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Everyone hears of the excitement of Fashion Week in major cities like New York, Paris and Milan. Eastern Michigan University students had a taste of their own Fashion Week leading up to the big fashion show “La Dolce Vita, The Sweet Life” on Oct. 10.
On Friday, an international teleconference at Eastern Michigan University addressed several aspects of gerontology and health care facing older adults in room 108 of the Marshall Building. The conference included multiple fields and was broadcasted live to 5,000 medical personnel from 32 hospitals in Ukraine alone.
On Monday, Sept. 30, at the Porter College of Education, Eastern Michigan University professor Karen Paciorek gave an informational session for EMU students who may be interested in teaching in China.
If you enjoy the twists and turns of teen drama or thrilling mysteries, then beware because there may be a new television series for you to get addicted to, especially if you are already a fan of ABC Family’s hit show “Pretty Little Liars.”
One of the best parts about being a college student in this time era is all of the technological advances available to help with classes, homework, organization, social life and just about everything under the sun. Many students use handy devices to make college life easier, and the big hype about owning a smartphone is due to the many apps you have available. If you are paying all of that money for your smartphone, you might as well use it to your best possible advantage.
Getting back into the swing of things for a new school year can take a little bit of time to get used to.
When you go out to eat, one of the main determining factors as to whether or not you plan on returning to that restaurant usually has to do with what kind of customer service you received.
Now that school is out, it’s usually the time for broke college students to find a job fast. Whether you are just looking for a part-time job for the summer or a full-time job to pay your bills, there are a lot of things to consider when job hunting.
The Best Buddies program raised over $11,000 Sunday for its Eastern Michigan University and University of Michigan chapters through the Best Buddies Michigan Friendship Walk.
To discuss the various concepts of race and how our differences can have both negative and positive impacts in our lives, the American Anthropological Association has put together a tour called Understanding Race Project Community Conversation.
If you are a music lover or enjoy relaxing to some classical jazz every once in a while, you should attend Eastern Michigan University’s Jazz Ensemble concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Student Center Auditorium.
There is nothing more complicated in life than love. Relationships go through many different stages and everyone has different expectations and routines when it comes to dating.
Out of all the classes you have had here at Eastern Michigan University, it’s very likely you’ve shared a classroom with someone of a different culture or ethnicity.
Often times before a big Eastern Michigan University game or event, we want to go show off our school spirit by buying some new gear, but many times it seems to be a little over priced or you see the same designs worn by people all over campus.
If you’re looking for something to do Friday night and need a good laugh, consider stopping by The Mix Lounge Friday.
If you’re stumped on what to get for your girlfriend, sister or mother or maybe just want to buy something for yourself, you could check out some one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry from the Emerge Global organization.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder expressed his desire Nov. 28 to get the environment and natural resources in good shape for future generations so Michigan will be “a place our kids will want to live, work and play.”
This year, there will be more Amtrak Wolverine service trains traveling to and from Michigan.
Eastern Michigan University’s Ford Gallery, located in Ford Hall, will be displaying art Nov. 12-16 of “Memory and Surface,” which is a Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts show featuring work by Chris Sneed and Joe Wambaugh from their graduate thesis. Their display, “Paper vs Clay: The Art of High Five,” will have an opening reception Nov. 15 from 6–8 p.m.
Eastern Michigan University’s Center for Multicultural Affairs put on the Lively Luncheon event in the Student Center Nov. 1. These luncheons are held every month in regards to current events on a different topic or culture. This particular luncheon was held for Native American Heritage Month and was hosted by the Native American Student Organization.