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Photo by Eiliv-Sonas Aceron on Unsplash.
This time Xzania finds out that she has been chosen to be the protector of Earth. She doesn't believe it, but as the only one with the power to stop the Indwa monster, she has to make a choice. Will she continue to deny fate?
What would it be like to hit up your great grandfather?
You can't tell anyone you have giant bat wings that sprout out of your back!
The Wellness Woof isn't just about helping students manage through stress, but it's also about brining diverse groups in the campus community together, according to Nick Pomante, student coordinator at the Office of Wellness and Community Responsibility. The next Wellness Woof will be October 16 from 4-6 p.m. at the Lake House.
Petting dogs has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety, according to Nick Pomante, student coordinator at the Office of Wellness and Community Responsibility. Here students pet dogs from Therapaws, a 501c3 organization.
Some students even brought family members to take part in the first Wellness Woof of the fall semester, at the Lake House on Tuesday.
Students pet dogs at the Wellness Woof, hosted by the Office of Wellness and Community Responsibility, outside the Lake House on Tuesday, Sept.17, 2019.
EMU wide receiver Dylan Drummond cuts toward first down at Rynearson Stadium on Sept. 21.
Photo Courtesy of Waifer X on Flickr.
This hero may be from beyond the stars but he won't falter in providing peace and safety! Arach Roz is the savior from the stars, Pale-Spider!
Photo by TSG Pixels on Unsplash.
A shooting occured outside Tom's Party Store on Sept. 17 at Cross and Ballard. Picture courtesy of Tom's Party Store.