Alli Wroblewski

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Theater production brings magic of Narnia to life


On Friday, the Quirk-Sponberg Theater grew still as 7 p.m. drew near. The soft sound of children shushing was heard around the theater, bouncing off exposed brick walls as the lights dimmed. Children and parents sat in anticipation to see the world of author C.S. Lewis’ “Narnia” come to life as the Eastern Michigan University Theatre for the Young presented its production of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”

EMU student shares military experiences


Aaron Heckert sat in a rested position while talking about his time in the 1st Infantry division, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1-77 Armor, Bravo Company in the U.S. Army. Heckert joined the army on July 11, 2005, and during that time he worked as a tank driver, loader and gunner. He was stationed in Germany, and deployed to Iraq.

Can anything and everything be turned into a "sexy" costume?

| and have come out with many Halloween costumes that have stirred some controversy on the topic of if there is a line that can be crossed when it comes to being too sexy.

Farmers' Market spends last week outdoors before moving to its winter location


The market has gained popularity through word of mouth and social media. However, it has been going on for 30 years, and has become a core component to the community and families in the area.

First Fridays at Beezy’s


Eastern Michigan University art graduate, Caleb Zweifler, will be presenting a First Friday event at Beezy’s Café to promote a rich, artistic side from local artists.

Stay safe during flu season


With the cold and flu season closing in on us – and for a few of us, already here – it might be time for a reminder about those key health tips we learned in grade school. Much like basic algebra and English skills, we forget simple things like singing our ABCs when washing our hands or how to have a solid sleeping pattern.

Just Arts and Music has first of many open mic nights


The art and performance based student organization Just Arts and Music, or JAM, will be holding the first of its monthly open mic nights on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 9 p.m. in room 300 of the Student Center.

Bona Sera gives off a sense of community


On the corner of West Michigan Avenue and Washington Street stands Bona Sera Café, with its twinkling lights in the windows and brightly colored chalkboard listing today’s specials outside.

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