Sean Handler

Articles (24 total)

EMU professor creates inclusive environment for ASD students

“I love that EMU is very friendly and like a small college while having so many resources and teachers who focus on teaching and open to supporting diversity,” said Professor Sally Burton-Hoyle. She is no stranger to diversity as she assists students on the autism spectrum as one of the advisors to the College Supports Program (CSP) at EMU.

Review: Sherlock - The Abominable Bride

BBC’s excellent television series Sherlock returned all too briefly over the New Year in the form of a one-shot holiday special called The Abominable Bride. For this one special episode, viewers are taken back in time to the Victorian era, made famous in Arthur Conan Doyle’s original Sherlock Holmes works.

Youmacon comes to Detroit this Halloween weekend

If you are looking for something to do over Halloween weekend that is different from the usual parties or gathering candy, then Youmacon may be for you.  Set in the heart of Detroit in the Renaissance Center and Cobo Hall, Youmacon is the largest anime convention in Michigan.

Eastern to host its first anime convention this January

Whether you’ve never been to an anime convention before and want your first experience to be closer to home, or you’re a seasoned con veteran looking to fill the winter void with a fun and unique experience, Washi Con may be the event for you.

Judo Club raises awareness to avoid loss of practice space

Student organizations make up a large part of the EMU community and recently one of them has ended up in a tough spot. EMU’s Judo Club is one of the athletic clubs at EMU and has recently been subject to the potential loss of its practice space in Warner Building, Gym C.

Midwest Media Expo

“I see conventions as mini-vacations, a break from the every day to have fun and relax at the same time.” said Carl Henrichs, a Simulation, Animation, and Gaming major at EMU.  For this weekend at least, those words rang true as fans of movies, television, comics, and gaming made their way to the Renaissance Center in Detroit for Midwest Media Expo 2015. The convention’s second year brought new and old faces out for three days of panels, concerts, and activities for attendees to enjoy.

Long distance made easy

What happens when you’ve made that one great friend but said friend lives farther away from you than you thought?

Midwest Media Expo

For those who are interested in going to a convention similar to last year’s Youmacon but don’t want to wait until Halloween, there is another option just around the corner.