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Monday, Oct. 31
Saturday, Oct. 15
The Eastern Michigan University Physical Plant is renovating the courtyard in King Hall as a result of the Sept. 20 graffiti incident which included racial slurs spray painted on the west wall.
Saturday, Oct. 8
Eastern Michigan University President James Smith met with Faculty Senate members on Wednesday, Oct. 12 to discuss the decision to sell EMU Kresge Environmental Center, also known as Fish Lake.
Sunday, Oct. 2
Five Democratic candidates vying for a seat in the 54th district of the Michigan House of Representatives flexed their political muscles on Thursday night April 26 in a debate held at Pray-Harrold.
Students from Eastern Michigan University’s graduate historic preservation program cut the ribbon and unveiled a new exhibit that highlights the involvement of EMU student organizations over the past 166 years on Thursday, April 14 in McKenny Hall.
In observance of National Crime Victims Rights Week from April 10-16, the Department of Public Safety, Crime Prevention, and Wellness Center partnered to share information with Eastern Michigan University community for an event dedicated to victims’ rights in the Student Center on Thursday, April 14.
The battle for Mexican restaurant supremacy rages on. With a plethora of eateries in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area offering quality Mexican dishes, it’s hard to decide who will emerge as the frontrunner. Enter La Fuente.
Zero hour is upon us. Winter is almost here, and Jack Frost will be out in full force. Skin care in the winter time can be a pain, so I’ve compiled a list of five great skin care tips to make sure that the sexy is preserved and your situation is moisturized.
Besides our neighbors south of the border, Italians may have the best food anywhere in the world. Whenever I eat Italian food, I become akin to a hungry child who can’t wait to sit down and chow down. Italians seem to have innate cooking skills, and a good cook is flexible with ingredients. Recently, my travels led me to Argiero’s Italian Restaurant in Ann Arbor.
Two days ago, voters in three separate Michigan communities had the final say in deciding whether or not local police would arrest recreational marijuana users.
In 1989, Michelle Rowan moved from her home state of Jalisco, Mexico to Ypsilanti, Michigan in search of her piece of the American dream.
I’m glad Snoop is back to using the “Dogg” in his name again.
I love Halloween. Not so much for the costumes, but for the candy, the Devil’s Night pranks and in anticipation of what the girls’ costumes will look like. Who doesn’t love curling up with some apple cider with a splash of vodka, and watching “Friday the 13th”? The energy is really dope though and it has me thinking of some great horror themed hip-hip songs. So here we go, without further ado, my top 10 hip-hop songs for Halloween.
With all of the disposable rubbish that comes out of Hollywood, it’s a breath of fresh air when a good movie is released. It’s so unfortunate that the film industry has had the stink of the comic book genre linger on the business for years now. It would seem that a lot of the movies that get greenlit nowadays are the results of overeducated agents, ne’er-do-well producers and excessive cocaine use. But all of those bad feelings were purged upon one screening of “The Counselor.”
Sushi is a cornerstone of lunchtime meals and a healthy part of Japanese cuisine. It gives college students an alternative to the mundane experience of college cafeteria food.
Let me be the first to say, I love it when local rappers/singers/bands/musicians start to shine. I love it when their respective cities collect their due, and I love it even more when the synergy created is created in my own home state.
When the culture of hip-hop music was birthed 35 years ago, many individuals had mixed emotions about this new trend. Let’s be honest – the DJs plugging their Technic 1200s and their mixers into the lamp post for power was incepted just to become a hobby. It was meant to diverge from the harsh realities of urban decay that were impossible to ignore in New York City in the late 1970s.