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Keith Boykin, a nationally known political commentator and author, will serve as the keynote speaker for Eastern Michigan University’s (EMU) 33rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21, in the Student Center Auditorium.
Field trips in college? Professor Robert Twells set aside 50 spots for a tour of Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.
On Tuesday April 11, Bras for a Cause will be collecting new and gently-used bras all day in Marshall cubicle 302D to benefit Free the Girls, an organization that has donated bras to women in Mozambique, El Salvador, and Uganda. Also Tuesday, EMU Percussion Ensemble Concert will be performing at 7:30 p.m.
Zach Wygal, Eastern Michigan University alumni, transformed a gaming event he attempted in high school into a foundation that uses gaming to support over 100,000 children today.
On Tuesday April 4, Zeta Sigma Chi will host the first annual Nacho Average Greek Social, an opportunity to meet some of EMU's Greek life, ask questions, socialize and eat nachos.
The future forum, hosted by the Unity Mural Project, triggered conversation between an audience of roughly 50 students and staff in McKenny Ballroom, March 28. The Unity Mural Project hosted a forum to discuss Eastern Michigan University's future.
Joel Schoenhals, pianist and professor of piano at Eastern Michigan University, performed concert 2 of his Bach-Brahms project, Pease Auditorium, March 24. Schoenhals’ Bach-Brahms project is a two-year, four-concert series that features the complete partitas of Johann Sebastian Bach and character pieces of Johannes Brahms.
The Unity Mural Project “past” forum was attended by roughly 20 students and staff, March 20. The Unity Mural Project was organized by several students and staff following the several incidents of racist vandalism on EMU’s campus, fall 2017.
Campus Life will be hosting the 2017 Student Gold Medallion Awards on Tuesday, March 28th in the Student Center.
The men of the Eastern Michigan University NAACP Chapter put on, “Celebration of Black Women,” this event featured different forms of art that all celebrated women, Student Center Auditorium, March 19. The women’s celebration was an art showcase which gave a platform for male and female student artist to celebrate black women.