Charnika Jett

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Pennies for Pencils raises money for local K-12 schools

Due to the recent budget cuts, college students have lost a handful of scholarships the state had given them upon graduating high school. But what some people forgot about was these budget cuts have also affected other public K-12 schools as well.


Festival gala celebrates Chinese culture at EMU

While most of the world was camped out in front of a TV in anticipation to watch the big game this past Sunday afternoon, nearly one hundred others decided to flock to the Student Center to get some culture.


Glover comes to the mitten

Political activist and renowned actor Danny Glover visited members of Detroit’s west side Saturday evening to discuss grassroots activism in a poverty-infested area of the city.


Sick? Try these time-proven techniques

No matter how lucky you feel as a person, there’s almost no safeguard when it comes to getting sick as the seasons change. And with all of the “I-have-to-go-to-class-no-matter-what” type of students, that chance quadruples every time you touch a door handle anywhere on campus. So since it’s almost inevitable to buy your “sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep you ever got with a cold medicine” for the season, there are other measures you can take to make your recovery in reduced time.


Jay-Z brings old, new to Convo

It seemed as though every seat from the top of Eastern Michigan University’s Convocation Center to the very floor was filled.


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