Eastern Michigan University’s Holy Trinity Student Parish and Hillel at EMU, along with EMU’s Division of Academic Affairs, College of Arts and Sciences and several other academic departments, have teamed up to sponsor an event titled “Did God Survive the Holocaust: A Jewish/Catholic Conversation.” The discussion will take place at 7 p.m Monday in the EMU Student Center Ballroom.
Staged readings of 34-year-old local playwright Joseph Zettelmaier’s plays entitled “All Childish Things, Episodes I, II and III,” will be presented on campus this weekend at the Quirk-Sponberg Theatre. In an interview Monday, Zettelmaier, who is also a drama composition teacher at Eastern Michigan University, talked about his three plays, which are heavily influenced by the Star Wars trilogy.
Kay Givens McGowan, a lecturer in Eastern Michigan University’s sociology, anthropology and criminology departments, was inducted into the Michigan Women’s Hall of Fame on Wednesday in Lansing.
America is only one country in a world becoming more international. Like it or not, ideas and businesses are going global, and people are going global as a result.
Freelance journalist Alison Weir, founder and executive director of the Web site and non-profit organization “If Americans Knew,” will be coming to Eastern Michigan University’s campus.
It is a good year to be of German heritage, and EMU’s German Club showed just that at their fifth annual celebration of German-American Day last Wednesday.
Michele Bond has been an athlete her whole life, having competed at the national level in synchronized swimming and attained a third degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. She has trained in jujitsu, arnis, gymnastics, stunt fighting and swordplay, and also enjoys running, weight training and kickboxing. So when she says yoga is the first of her athletic pursuits she has been passionate enough about to teach, it has plenty of merit.
Looking for a place to showcase your artistic skills? Maybe you’re a dancer, a poet or you’re in a band. Maybe you make some other form of art, be it visual or tangible. Or do you just appreciate all these things and want to see more of them on EMU campus?
For German-Americans on Eastern Michigan University’s campus, this is an exciting and momentous year.
Eastern Michigan University has seen several new initiatives and programs centered on recycling on campus, including offering recycling options during residence hall move-in week for the first time. But there’s work to be done, according to Steven Moore, EMU’s energy and sustainability manager.