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EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY - A controversial phrase was discovered on the free speech walls outside of Pray Harold on Thursday. The phrase, “It’s okay to be white,” was written on both sides of each wall. The message was painted over a Nipsey Hussle tribute.
The Democratic Party is set to have a historic primary season with 18 major candidates already announcing their run for president. The party has also amassed the most diverse primary field in history with more women and minority candidates than ever before.
Last year was a prominent year for showcasing diversity on the big screen. Movies like “Black Panther” and “Crazy Rich Asians” not only broke records at the box office but are also critically acclaimed for breaking racial barriers on the big screen.
In December 2017, Eastern Michigan University’s Board of Regents approved a 35-year contract with LAZ Parking, officially privatizing campus parking. The decision, which resulted in a one-time $55 million payment to the university, resulted in a major increase in parking citations.
The Eastern Michigan baseball team fell to Oakland, 10-9, at the Oakland Baseball Field in Rochester, MI on Wednesday, April 10. After falling down 5-0, the Eagles came back to take a lead on two separate occasions before allowing a walk-off single. Eastern Michigan is just 4-6 in their last 10 games.
The Eastern Michigan football team had their annual Spring Game on Saturday, April 13. Team Fink and Team Hale faced off in Rynearson Stadium in Ypsilanti, as Team Fink came out on top 14-7 behind a touchdown from Karmi Mackey and Preston Hutchinson.
The 106th Student Senate was sworn in Tuesday, April 9 at the Student Center. Student Body President Candice Crutcher did the honors, welcoming in six new and 13 returning senators.
YPSILANTI, Mich. – Eastern Michigan University’s Student Body President Candice Crutcher signed an executive order suspending the Black Student Union (BSU) from receiving funding from Student Government until they pay back over $1,000 that was loaned to them at the beginning of August 2018.
This story will be updated as more information is learned and an official statement is released by the Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety on the cause of the explosion. Last updated at 5:59 p.m.
Women in Philanthropy and the Creative Science Inquiry Experience program (CSIE) hosted the first SolvEMU -- a critical thinking competition in the Student Center on Friday, April 5.
Eastern Michigan baseball defeated Bowling Green 4-0 on Sunday, April 7 at Oestrike Stadium, its first shutout of 2019 and first series win against the Mid-American Conference this season. The Eagles beat BGSU 3-1 on Friday and lost 7-4 on Saturday.
Despite making over $8.1 billion in profit after taxes in 2018, General Motors is planning to close plants in Detroit-Hamtramck, Warren, Mich., Lordstown, Ohio, White Marsh, Md. and Ontario, Canada. The decision to cut costs was made to save the company $6 billion by 2020 and the company plans to open new plants in Mexico.
When friends, family and other playgoers gathered in Quirk Theatre Friday night, there was the anticipation of a great opening night in the air, a held breath and hope for an entertaining rendition of one of Shakespeare’s works.
Sleep is an important thing for college students to plan for in their lives. That’s the message that participants learned at this year’s “Sleep More, Stress Less” seminar held on April 4 in the Student Center Room 310A from 3 to 4 p.m.
Eastern Michigan baseball gave up an early lead to lose 14-8 against Oakland on April 3 in Oestrike Stadium in Ypsilanti. The Eagles held an 8-2 lead heading into the top of the eighth inning, but a nine-run inning by Oakland gave them a 11-8 lead and eventually the victory.
View my live blog from Tuesday's meeting and follow my Twitter for more updates on city council.
This added to the council propsed business portion of the meeting.
After multiple 100 million single views on YouTube and critically praised EPs, the wait is over for 17-year old pop star Billie Eilish’s debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go.”
By Ronia-Isabel Cabansag, News Writer and Nautica Marshall, BMA Editor
Another talented cast takes the Quirk mainstage this coming weekend for EMU Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s classic “Much Ado About Nothing.”