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Swastika defaces Students for Life chalk display

A Students for Life sidewalk chalk display was defaced with drawings of swastikas Tuesday evening.

EMU’s Students for Life is an on-campus chapter of the national pro-life organization, Students for Life of America.

LGBT community plant rainbow flag

EMU students created LGBT visibility by putting thousands of colored flags in the ground to create a large rainbow flag in the courtyard next to Pray-Harrold Sunday afternoon.

EMU junior Alex Bakhaus, event coordinator for the LGBT Resource Center, said the main purpose of the flag display is to inform new students and those who don't know there are LGBT resources on campus that a community is here for them.

Regents extend Susan Martin's contract through July 2016

Eastern Michigan University’s Board of Regents approved an extension of president Susan Martin’s contract from July 8, 2015 through July 7, 2016 at its regular meeting in Welch Hall Tuesday.

Martin’s yearly salary has been increased from $300,000 to $340,000, effective November 1, 2014.

Eagles drop MAC opener to Akron, 31-6.

The Eastern Michigan University football team gave up 31 unanswered points on the way to a 31-6 loss at the hands of the Akron University Zips, Saturday.

EMU grad brings international perspective to local theater

Spinning Dot Theater is a new company in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area that creates global awareness by performing international plays.

The brainchild of Jenny Koppera, a graduate of Eastern Michigan University, the theater is made up of three components, the professional company, the artist in residency and the youth theater company.

Michael Wise hired as assistant director of veterans services

Student veterans at Eastern Michigan University can now receive advice and counseling from a retired Army officer with more than 20 years of military experience.

Michael Wise was hired as the new assistant director of veteran services, and he began work Monday, Sept.