The “Alice in Wonderland” themed prom, which took over the Student Center Ballroom for the night, was a huge success. Students walked down a red carpet with life-sized playing cards and danced the night away with “Alice in Wonderland” playing in the background.
If you watch “The Best Man Holiday,” be prepared to laugh and shed some tears. The movie, directed by Malcolm D. Lee, picks up nearly 15 years later after the original “Best Man” film in 1999.
On the morning of Oct. 26, cars lined up at the Eastern Michigan University’s Rynearson Stadium parking lot to dispose of everything from traditional recyclables, electronic equipment and freon appliances to household hazardous materials such as paint, oil and cleaning supplies.
Giving your time to help others selflessly helps to enhance your community and gives you a chance to make a difference in someone else’s life other than your own.
Congratulations, you made it. You’re now a freshman or transfer student in college with a plethora of majors to decide from and organizations galore on campus to join.
Tattoos, a trend considered taboo 20 years ago, have become mainstream over the past decade. Summer and spring are the most popular seasons to get tattoos because there’s so much skin being shown off.
Eastern Michigan University graduates are going green in more ways than one. This December, more than 2,000 graduates will be walking across the stage in the traditional gowns made with a twist: Each gown is made from recycled bottles — 23 to be exact.
Eastern Michigan University students had the opportunity Oct. 10 to hear people speak on Proposal 4. The purpose of the proposal is to create a registry that will link seniors and people with disabilities with pre-screened, certified and trained home healthcare workers, as well as provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care.
The Eastern Michigan University Advising and Career Development Center is sponsoring the Fall Major Fest Monday, Oct.
Several youth oriented organizations came together for a block party on Saturday, Sept. 15 to raise awareness about youth services offered in Ypsilanti.
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A loss, but also an $850,000 payday.