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Eastern Michigan University’s Physical Plant Division announced they will be closing the main Student Center parking lot August 16-18 for sealing and striping; PPD’s Buildings and Grounds Director Dieter Otto said the lot will reopen August 19, as long as weather conditions permit the work to be completed.
Eastern Michigan University’s Physical Plant Division announced they will be temporary closing several campus parking lots, for sealing and striping, every week from now until the end of August.
Currently the paid McKenny and Hoyt parking lots will be closed through Friday, August 3. Students who live in the Village Residence halls and normally use the Hoyt Parking Lot can park in Green Lot 2.
Eastern Michigan University’s Board of Regents unanimously approved its new four-year contract agreement with the EMU chapter of the Police Officers Association of Michigan, during a special meeting of the board July 24.
The article “Rally supports faculty contract negotiations,” in the June 12 edition of The Eastern Echo, failed to mention the rally took place on June 5 and Anita Amrhein’s name was misspelled as “Amhreim.” Amrhein also said she was misquoted as saying, “Bargaining has been fair and in good faith,” when it should have read, “We are currently bargaining in good faith.”
The Department of Student Media is now accepting applications for Editor-in-Chief of Cellar Roots, the award winning literary and arts journal, for the 2012-13 academic year. The role of Editor-in-Chief is to provide the leadership necessary to publish a print edition of Cellar Roots during 2012-13.
Ypsilanti Police reported an Eastern Michigan University student, who is an Open Carry advocate and had his handgun in a holster, was the victim of an attempted unarmed robbery at approximately 9:15 a.m today, off campus in the 300 block of Pearl Street.