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EMU upsets U of M 45-42

Playing a stifling zone defense, Eastern Michigan Basketball upset the University of Michigan at the Crisler Center Tuesday night, winning 45-42.

EMU coach Rob Murphy said it was not only a huge win for EMU basketball but the entire athletic department.

The Wolverines had no answer for the Eagles swarming defense which invaded Michigan passing lanes and contested every shot UofM tried to put up.

EMU faculty and students attending the game took to twitter to come together to enjoy the victory, please follow @EEchoSports and @Amascharka for details.

A complete game summary to follow soon.

EMU transitions to a tobacco-free campus

Eastern Michigan University recently adopted a tobacco-free campus policy. The Board of Regents voted to pass this policy Friday afternoon at their winter regular meeting.

The tobacco-free policy is to move toward supporting a healthier learning, living and work environment for the EMU campus.

Three Eagles pick up MAC honors in football

While the Eastern Michigan football team struggled to a third straight 2-10 season, there were bright-spots amidst the gloom, as three players earned positions on the All-MAC list.

Junior defensive lineman Pat O’Connor headlines as the lone Eagle to earn first-team honors.

Two EMU Regents to retire

Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents Francine Parker and Floyd Clack finished their last Board of Regents meeting Friday afternoon.

Men's basketball drops its first game of the season

After a tough game against University of Dayton, the Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team undefeated winning streak came to an end with a final score of 73-64, as the Eagles drop their first road game of the season in Ohio.

The game began with Eastern and Dayton trading buckets, ending the first half with Eastern trailing by two, 26-28.

Digital Inclusion opens up Pop Up store in Ypsi

Digital Inclusion opened a Pop Up store, Nov. 24, in downtown Ypsilanti at 10 North Washington Street, slated to be open until Dec. 17.

A social enterprise of Eastern Michigan University’s, The Business Side of Youth, Digital Inclusion, refurbishes, repairs and sells donated computers at a considerably lower price than brand-new.