“The Vagina Monologues”, Eve Ensler’s iconic feminist play, was presented for the 16 year in a row at Eastern Michigan University.
The Neighborhood Theater Group (NTG) presents Sketchual Healing on Feb. 16 through 18 and Feb 24 and 25.
Lorraine Hansberry’s revolutionary play, “A Raisin in the Sun”, was produced by Eastern Michigan University Theatre.
On Tuesday Feb. 14, the Rec IM Building will be hosting Wellness Woof, a opportunity to de-stress, relax, and hang out with licensed therapy dogs from Therapaws from Adorn You Couples Challenge hosted by You Beautiful Black Women will be hosted from from 7 until 9 p.m, McKenny Hall Ballroom.
Eastern Michigan University’s Main Stage theatre production of “A Raisin in the Sun” opens on Wednesday, Feb.
Our Voices is a show put on by the Women’s Resource Center of Eastern Michigan University. This year the show was hosted by Abigail Allman and comprised of pieces written and performed by women and and anyone that identifies as such on campus.
EMU is hosting a community conversation on Tuesday Feb. 7, in an effort to combat the negative stigma towards the LGBTQ+ community that Chick-Fil-A has been associated with.
Project Big Sister (PBS) hosted an expo to help promote black excellence and black businesses at Eastern Michigan University in the Student Center Ballroom, Jan.
Eastern Michigan University Student Government hosted a self defense class in the student center's ballroom on Jan.
In the month of January, the Ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Xi Chapter here at Eastern not only celebrate their Founder’s Day (Jan.15) and Charter Day (Jan.22), but they also host their annual Edith Penn Scholarship Ball.
‘Offerings’ by EMU fine arts senior, Nichole Klein. Managed by the Intermedia Gallery Group, Klein’s artwork was selected by the group because it fitted their criteria of artistic excellence, diversity of aesthetics, and attention to social and cultural contexts, as stated on their website.
On Jan 31, Officer Dorsey, EMU Department of Public Safety, will be teaching a self defense class from 5 p.m.
With very few students attending, the International Youth and Students for Social Equality (IYSSE) hosted an event for students to discuss and learn about what Donald Trump stands for, and prepare for his time in office.
On Tuesday Jan.
Eastern Michigan University hosted their 31st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, with keynote speaker, Benjamin Jealous. Benjamin Jealous was the youngest President and CEO of NAACP.
The Center for Michigan hosted a discourse, “Community Conversation: ‘Race and Public Safety’,” on January 15, 2017 in EMU’s Student Center Auditorium. Aimed at encouraging improved interactions between community and the state government, Dwayne Barnes facilitated the event during which questions were posed and responses collected anonymously through a remote-based PowerPoint system.
Poetry Society (PS) hosted the 15th annual poetry event, The Color of Drums (TCOD), in Pease Auditorium, as a part of the campus wide celebration of Martin Luther King Day, Jan.13.
Almost one hundred and ninety Eastern Michigan University students kicked off their new year in the right direction at the Wellness Health Fair held at the Rec IM on Wednesday, January 11th.