Debris is curated and installed entirely by students, including Capstone students Adam Pete, Alexandra Dietz, Arezo Korourian, Bonnie Lobbestael, Brett Trombley, Casey Dickerson, Donald Morris, Emma Buck, Eric Fine, Jared Sternberg, Myron Brownie, Rita Hillman and Victoria Behne, all under the guidance of assistant art professor Jason Ferguson.
The “Alice in Wonderland” themed prom, which took over the Student Center Ballroom for the night, was a huge success. Students walked down a red carpet with life-sized playing cards and danced the night away with “Alice in Wonderland” playing in the background.
Faye Valtadoros, JETAA President, shared her reason for bringing the film to EMU, saying “it is an important story for everyone to hear,” and that it brings “the unknown to the public’s knowledge.”
She knew once she saw it at a national conference that she had to bring it back to EMU.
Colors in Harmony began in 1999 as a way for students to showcase their talents and culture through performances and a fashion show. Performances, which will include traditional dances, fashion and music, will be as diverse and rich with culture as the students are. This event is a way to learn about the backgrounds and cultures of students that make EMU’s campus unique.
Women’s History Month 2014 got off to a great start at Eastern Michigan University, beginning with two events that were similar in structure, but which differed heavily in perspective. The first event, held on Monday, March 3, was a screening of a portion of the film “Half the Sky,” followed by a panel discussion.
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