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Every vote counts

With less than a week to go before voters head to the polls for local, state and congressional elections, candidates are making their final push to get voters on their side.

Large reptile threatens EMU's students

A large reptile, believed to be from the Mesozoic era, has recently been spotted living in the lake outside of the Eastern Michigan University Student Center, according to reports.

The reptile has been described as having a long neck with a horse like head, its body is believed to have multiple humps and it is estimated to be between 20 to 30 feet long.

News Briefs Oct. 29

The Art Masters Association Studio Walk

Art department buildings on campus will host an Art Masters Association Studio walk to show off a behind the scenes glimpse of artists at work and the process it takes to complete such art on Oct.

Police Blotter, Oct. 28

Friday, Oct. 24

Officers attempted to pull a dark colored sport motorcycle over that had an unreadable paper license plate near Washtenaw Avenue and Oakwood Street at 11:56 p.m.

Debbie Dingell participates in student debt forum

Debbie Dingell, democrat congressional candidate for Michigan’s 12th district, came to Eastern Michigan University Wednesday to participate in a forum with students and administration on rising higher educational costs.

Dingell is running for the congressional seat vacated by her retiring husband, U.S.

Women's Resource Center holds 'True Life' discussion

Eastern Michigan University’s Women’s Resource Center held a discussion Wednesday night about the silent exhibit display titled True Life: My Life Experience With Domestic Violence.

The exhibit displayed artwork from a number of different “survivors” and “thrivers.” The exhibit included children’s artwork, paintings, sculptures, quilts, hand-designed t-shirts, empowering words on hand-designed bras and poetry.