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A privatization plan for Eastern Michigan University’s parking, pitched to the Ypsilanti City Council for approval, was met with opposition from multiple students and faculty.
The Eagle Café and Lobby Shops on Eastern Michigan University’s campus provide a convenient source of drinks and snacks for students, but they come at a steep price.
Sunday, March 4
For Eastern Michigan University student Hannah Armstrong, finding affordable and trusted car insurance was a struggle.
Students who spend a lot of time in Roosevelt hall now have a much more modern and stylish place to study between classes.
Sunday, Feb. 25
The official unveiling of the new unity mural within Eastern Michigan University’s McKenny Hall garnered praise as well as criticism from students.
Portion of the unity mural in EMU's McKenny Hall student lounge.
With midterm exams dominating the week, Eastern Michigan University organizations set up a self-care fair to ease student anxieties and encourage individual wellness.
Some sticky notes with encouraging thoughts left on one of the tables at EMU's Self-Care Fair.
The workshop “Learning to Learn in Technical Courses”, held in the Halle Library basement on Friday Feb. 16, hopes to help students identify the best way they can learn in their classes.
A new health care facility is to be built and opened on Eastern Michigan University’s campus in the summer of 2019.
Sunday, Feb. 11
Jose Carlos Aguiar, PhD, and pastor Monica Villarreal, two philanthropists from opposite sides of the globe, came together to facilitate a conversation on environmental disasters and delivering eco-justice.
A student organization at Eastern Michigan University, EMU Students for Choice, aims to eliminate the stigma around sex by providing information and resources on reproductive health and sex education.
“Today makes a special day,” said student body vice president Larry Borum. “We all came here with the intent of making a change on this campus.”
YPSILANTI - Friday, Feb. 9, the Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents announced their plans to build a new primary urgent care facility on campus. This will be in collaboration with Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital, and Integrated Healthcare Associates (IHA).
Beginning Monday, Feb. 12, the internationally acclaimed Formosa Quartet will be performing and teaching at Eastern Michigan University’s School of Music and Dance. The quartet features violinists Jasmine Lin and Wayne Lee, violist Che-Yen Chen, and professor of cello at EMU, Deborah Pae.