Check it Out: Chess Club

Are you a potential chess Grandmaster? Do you simply want to learn the game? Chess Club might be the place for you. Chess Club takes all types of players for some fun and fellowship all while working on your moves, from openings to check mates. Joining a club or organization is a great way to… Continue reading Check it Out: Chess Club

EMU takes high honors at Moot Court

Three pairs of Eastern Michigan University students finished among the top 10 teams in the nation in a national Moot Court competition this month in Long Beach, Calif., finishing third, fourth and seventh. No other students from Michigan universities finished in the top 30 teams. Way to go Eagles! What is a Moot Court? Moot… Continue reading EMU takes high honors at Moot Court

Do you want to be the very best?

Have you ever wanted to be a Pokemon Champion? Two campus organizations are coming together to help you do just that. Coup de Grais- one of the two cosponsors of the event is focused on table top gaming. The group plays everything from D&D to whatever obscure games are brought each week and is open… Continue reading Do you want to be the very best?

An open, safe, and supportive environment…

  The EMU Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Center (LGBTRC) seeks to provide a wide range of education, information, and advocacy services. They maintain an open, safe and supportive environment for all students, staff, faculty and the campus community. All of this is designed to support the three biggest goals of the center; increasing… Continue reading An open, safe, and supportive environment…

This Week at EMU 9/22

We hope everyone had a good weekend. Have you ever wanted to chat with a producer of Modern Family? As long as you’re free Tuesday afternoon, you can! As you head back to start a new week, check out some of the myriad of other activates this week.   Monday   Intersections: What is intersectionality?… Continue reading This Week at EMU 9/22

For the students, by the students…

Student council this ain’t… What can student government do for you? Time and time again, studies have shown that students who are somehow engaged on campus are more likely to graduate. One great way to be directly involved on campus is student government. HSC blog sat down and talked with Desmond Miller, the sitting student… Continue reading For the students, by the students…