A recent EMU graduate turned faculty member sent University Christian Fellowship Director Sarah Jackson a message on the morning of the initial discovery of the racist hate speech that was painted on the wall of King Hall which motivated Pastor Jackson, her staff, and members of UCF to put together a unity rally that took place just over 48 hours after.
A new racial slur was found written in the stairwell of Wise Hall while Eastern Michigan University Administration drafted their response to the students challenge for resolutions.
Paul Fricano, Jordann McDermitt and Hylnur Anderesson were all named athletes of the week in their respective sports for their performances over the weekend.
The aftermath of the hate speech discovered Tuesday morning on EMU’s campus was immediate. Students gathered at the scene of the incident.
On Tuesday Sept. 20, around 9 a.m. graffiti was found on the outer wall of EMU's King Hall depicting hate speech.
The Internal Affairs Committee and the Political Action Change Committee met on Tuesday, Sept. 13. The following committees meet biweekly:
Wednesday, Sept. 21
Eastern Michigan University’s Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. chapter hosted “Peace of Mind”, a lecture about mental health on Thursday, Sept. 15 at the Student Center.
The Eastern Michigan University Special Victims Unit is a five-person task force organized earlier this year to address violent crimes against persons and minimize victimization within the campus community.
Saturday, Sept. 10