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Of course one of the things people like most about Halloween is getting scared, but not everyone likes scary movies. If you are still trying to get into the Halloween spirit and you’re not a huge fan of bloody murderers, then here are ten movies that are great for watching with your younger siblings, your kids, or cuddled up alone in your room.
Studying abroad gives students the opportunity to experience another country, get to know other students and earn credit. The one thing holding them back from this great opportunity is often the frightening cost.
The grand opening of the new McKenny Gallery, at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, will feature the exhibition “A Tradition of Leadership.”
Disney has put their magical touch on and revamped the movie Sleeping Beauty. Maleficent is not a story simply about a beautiful princess who falls into a deep slumber only to be awakened by the kiss of her truest love. This Disney story is darker. Maleficent travels into the bitter heart of a broken woman who swears she’ll get the last laugh.
One of the top trending hashtags on Twitter right now, #YesAllWomen, is becoming much more than a Twitter trend, it is now a nationwide movement.
On Friday, March 14 and Saturday, March 15, Eastern Michigan University’s Theatre for the Young gave a public performance of “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” based on the book by C.S. Lewis.
After one of the harshest winters Michigan has ever seen, people are getting very anxious to shed their winter coats, layers and snow boots. As soon as it starts to warm up this spring, there are many trends, both old and new, that we can expect to see this season.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, many couples are planning their romantic dates for this weekend. With all of this love in the air, it is extremely important for students to be safe and make smart decisions while being intimate.
Since 17 states throughout the country have legalized same-sex marriage, the media has been showing a lot more support for the cause through music, fashion and even popular TV shows. On Jan. 26, Disney Channel took a big step by introducing their first ever gay couple on an episode of “Good Luck Charlie.”
In this day and age, a lot of people don’t really think of racism as being that big of an issue as it used to be, especially during times when we are celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his accomplishments.
It is obvious that schools and businesses are becoming more diverse and minority races can be found in many more positions of authority and leadership all across the country. But one huge issue that still seems to make many people uncomfortable is the thought of interracial relationships and marriages.
This topic has recently been getting attention in the media due to the multiple interracial celebrity couples that have been coming about over the last few years.
On Jan. 13, rapper Kanye West got into an altercation with an 18-year-old man who made racial slurs involving his relationship with reality TV personality and socialite Kim Kardashian.
According to TMZ and Us Weekly, the man allegedly called Kardashian a “nigger lover,” which is what set West off.
Another similar incident is when Tamera Mowry-Housely from the 1990s show “Sister, Sister” announced on OWN’s “Where Are They Now?” special that she will be quitting her reality show and then burst into tears because of all the racism her family has faced on the Internet.
Mowry-Housely, who is biracial, has been married to Fox News correspondent Adam Housely for three years, and they have a son together. On the reality show, viewers were able to see moments where racist comments about their union and their child were made on Twitter, severely upsetting Mowry.
“I get called ‘white man’s whore,’” she said. “The new one was, back in the day, you cost $300, but now you’re giving it to him for free.”’
Her sister Tia Mowry-Hardrict, who is married to an African-American man, reveals that she’s often criticized for not marrying a white man.
“I get the opposite, actually. I’ve had people say that you’ve done it right by marrying a white man,” Tia said about her sister’s marriage.
Ypsilanti resident Cherokee Shoemaker, who is the mother of a biracial daughter, teaches her daughter the beauty of her heritage.
“Knowing that my daughter is biracial, I have always made it clear to let her know that she has the best of both worlds and despite all of the negativity, she can accomplish anything she wants to,” she said. “We have, of course, come a long way through the years, but people need to realize that there is still work to be done.”
After all of this unpredictable Michigan weather we have been having, it can be hard to decide what exactly to wear in the morning. One thing that everyone needs to be wearing around campus right now is boots.
The new Warner Brothers sports comedy, “Grudge Match”, opened in theaters on Dec. 25 and brought in about $7 million its opening week. Directed by Peter Segal and starring Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, Kim Basinger and Kevin Hart, the chemistry between the legendary actors
alone certainly calls for high expectations.
A man was arrested on Saturday Nov. 5, for allegedly stealing parts from a car that crashed last week, killing actor Paul Walker.
In early November, DISH Network Corporation announced the closing of the remaining company-owned Blockbuster stores in the United States. By January 2014, all 300 stores will be closed.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded not guilty after he was arrested for using weapons of mass destruction on April 19 as a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing that took place four days before his arrest, killing three people and injuring over 260.
Every year Halloween brings around new creepy television shows, scary movies and eerie music. But there are some classics that come to mind every Halloween no matter how old they are that bring on the full-blown nostalgia.
The most exciting activity for many children on Halloween is undoubtedly going trick-or-treating, but if you plan on going with your kids, siblings or friends, it is very important to be safe on this night.
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Eastern Michigan University’s Women’s Resource Center put together an in-depth look at just how serious the issue of domestic violence can be by taking victims’ stories and displaying them in a variety of artistic ways.
Designer Kami Michels from Kimberly Weder Designs spoke to EMU interior design students on Wednesday in Roosevelt Hall about what life can be like after graduation as an interior designer. Students who attended received free refreshments and Learning Beyond the Classroom credit.
With the new iOS7 update, new iPhone 5s and a new Galaxy all on the market right now, people can’t wait to get their hands on the latest and greatest. In addition to all of that, a new app might be just what you need to accompany your new phone or even the smartphone you already have.