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Listening to your elders has always been a wise course of action. Listening to your fellow college students is no different. To take advice from seniors with plenty of credit hours under their belts could make your time at Eastern Michigan University all the better for taking their word for it. “Students about to graduate should cherish the time they have before ‘the real world’ kicks in,” said Alex Baauw, a mechanical engineering technology senior.
As Eastern Michigan University’s Eleanor Wright chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America opened its 14th annual Student Development Conference on Friday, Dec.
As Eastern Michigan University Fall 2011 Commencement steadily approaches, the competitive job market weighs on the minds of students, graduates and alumni.
As the fall semester draws to a close, seniors ready to graduate Dec. 18 prepare for commencement – some frantically.
While some students find classes stressful enough on their own, this year’s Mr. Greek, sophomore Joshua Richardson, keeps busy on and off campus.
Meeting good comedians is more adventurous than just seeing them entertain. Much like their performances, they are easy to get lost in, and the comedians that hail from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York are no exception.
Since its premiere at the Rainbow Variety Show in late October, Eastern Michigan University’s contribution to the It Gets Better project was shared over 1,800 times on Facebook in under 24 hours.
The drive for equality and acceptance of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community is still a work in progress; advocates and allies work every day to make a positive difference.
When students set out into the world of higher education, most want a good career with plenty of options and good pay.
Leslie Feist is at the top of her form in her latest dramatic and soulful release, “Metals.” You might remember her as the indie darling featured in those iPod Nano commercials for the song “1234,” but “Metals,” released Oct.