The tassels have been flipped, congratulations given and the ceremony is finally over; you’ve graduated from Eastern Michigan University and now are part of the alumni family.
One might have found that they were mystified by the sounds of Domonique Williams-De Hoyos, EMU senior, singing “The Reason Why The Doves Cry” when headed to the Student Center Ballroom last Friday night.
Whether it’s layering up for the harsh winds or dressing down for those mild nights, Eastern Michigan University students have shown what it takes to survive Michigan’s changing seasons in style. With the New Year in full swing, many students may be looking to change up their wardrobe, but you don’t need to spend a whole lot of money in order to do it. Jasmine Pearson, senior, said that her best style advice is layers.
Although the world is only a few days into 2016, students at EMU still reflect fondly on past events of 2015.
When asked “what’s your favorite holiday gift” EMU students seemed a bit stumped by the question; mainly because there were too many to choose from. Ashley Woodworth, sophomore, said that her favorite gift was a tie blanket.
On Friday, Dec. 12, Pease Auditorium was graced by more than one performance of Cinderella. To start the spectacle, Professor Anne Gajda opened with the Orchestra to a beautiful piece in celebration of the performance.
Students looking for the more artistic side of Eastern Michigan University found the perfect place to express themselves at Open Mic Night last Thursday.
Last Friday night students and attendants alike were in awe at EMU’s planetarium as it presented Saturn: Jewel of the Heavens.
“Remember, remember, the 5th of November,” words that were used continuously while viewing the famous movie V for Vendetta. In an unknown future of British tyranny, a shadowy freedom fighter, known only by the alias of "V", plots to overthrow it with the help of a young woman, according to IMDb.
Have you ever had the chance to explore Downtown Ypsilanti or Depot Town? Those brave enough to participate in the #ExploreYpsi Scavenger hunt last Friday did. The event called for a group ranging from 1-5 people to follow the VISION (Volunteers Incorporating Service into Our Neighborhoods) Center’s Instagram account and tag themselves in photos or videos from around Ypsilanti.