When one thinks about Martin Luther King, Jr., there are many of qualities and contributions that come to mind: civil rights activist, God-fearing, revolutionary, a symbol of peace. But there’s a disconnect that exists with the younger generation on the significance of his work. A flier has created controversy with the image of King on a man’s body with a gold chain holding the “westside” gang symbol with the title “Freedom 2 Twerk: Martin Luther King Day Weekend Party.”
Mother Nature and Jack Frost released their vengeance across the state of Michigan with frigid temperatures below zero, treacherous road conditions and high winds. But through the torture of surviving this winter wonderland, Eastern Michigan University students were gifted with two back-to-back snow days from Jan. 6-7.
For Eastern Michigan University alumnus and movie producer Wesley Coller, his passion for creating and appreciation for visual masterpieces on the big screen has led him to incredible opportunities.
Once a little kid from Pinckney, Mich., Coller had a boundless imagination. He loved art, the coming-of-age film “Stand By Me” and had “crazy, illusive dreams that was an impossibility.”
The sun shone on the cold morning of Dec. 7, the sound of cheers as runners dashed through Rolling Hills County Park in Ypsilanti, dressed in Santa and elf shirts and hats for the Go Santa Go 5k Run.
In spirit of the holiday, members of the Eastern Michigan University Student Government and the community joined forces to make the city of Ypsilanti magical and a little brighter with hanging holiday decorations on Monday, Dec. 2.
Big Sean, one of the most popular artists in hip-hop since his debut album in 2011 “Finally Famous,” returned to his home state to perform at the Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center on November 20th, bringing his North American tour to a close. On Dec. 2nd, he will start the leg of his European tour until Dec. 18th.
This Thanksgiving, a special piece of my life that I’m thankful for is discovering where I come from and the family I didn’t know existed.
On Monday, Nov. 18, Black Leaders Aspiring for Critical Knowledge held an event called “Family Feud: EMU Edition” in the Student Center Auditorium. Inspired by the original TV game show hosted by comedian Steve Harvey, B.L.A.C.K. invited a variety of different clubs and organizations to get involved in the festivities as part of B.L.A.C.K. Week.
The season brings the spirit of being thankful but giving back to those in need. This month, volunteer around your city during these events and local centers to make someone’s holiday special.
November 11 events: All morning— Free breakfast donut and coffee at all Krispy Kreme locations All day— Free admission to the Henry Ford Museum for active-duty military personnel, veterans and their families – location: Dearborn, Mich. thehenryford.org/events/veteransday.aspx.
“You don’t know how many people have been raped. Most people, who are raped, are raped by people they know. You don’t know how many people, what has happened in these dorms and no one has been able to come forward,” Dominique E. Moore of Zeta Sigma Chi said.
“I’m a Yankee Doodle Dandy, a Yankee Doodle, do or die,” a group of women sings in happiness. “A real live nephew of my Uncle Sam, born on the Fourth of July…”
“Paris Is Burning,” the 1990 documentary directed by Jennie Livingston follows the ballroom culture in New York City and the African American, Latino and Transgender communities. With a vivid representation of gender bending, drag, and the art of vogue, it remains as one of the most legendary and revered documentaries in gay culture that continues to stand the test of time 23 years later.
The men’s restroom at The Cavern Club in Ann Arbor is draped in all things feminine, with an assortment of wigs, corsets and costumes scattered about. The sound of Diana Ross’ voice faintly sings from a tiny boom box as Paul Bowling, 22, stares curiously at his handsome reflection in the mirror, before plucking a brush from the overwhelming heap of makeup on the counter.
A woman feeling liberated and unashamed of her sexuality in a society that is explicitly fueled by sexual images and acts is appreciated, but how often is a woman celebrated for remaining pure in every sense of the word?
Shara Cabay and Adam Reid Shara: “Adam and I should be the next King and Queen because we both have a strong sense of pride and love for the University.
Tamar Braxton, the younger sister of Grammy award winning singer Toni Braxton and of WeTv’s “Braxton Family Values” fame has a talent and ferocious, over-the-top personality that separates her from the rest – even Toni.
Sept. 13, 1996 was a somber day when the music industry was at a standstill after the death of Hip-Hop legend Tupac Shakur was killed at the age of 25 in a drive by shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada. During his controversial five year career, his compelling lyricism with his poetic narrations of life of the streets and his anger with the treatment of young black males paralleled and made people take notice.
For college students learning to take advantage of their newfound independence, figuring out how to make easy and affordable meals and desserts on a budget is a skill. Whether you utilize your dorm stove or a microwave, easy and delicious meals can be made.
“Dirty little secrets always come out” and the third season of ABC’s critically acclaimed and Emmy nominated political thriller “Scandal,” premiering on Oct. 3 at 10 p.m, promises more gut-wrenching turmoil of forbidden love and suffocating dilemmas that rest on one woman’s shoulders.
Autism is a developmental disability that occurs in children as young as three years old. Autism affects children in three crucial areas: social interaction, behavior, and language. This commonly results in children being withdrawn, lacking social skills or having behavioral problems.
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