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Sunday, Nov. 6
In an effort to help college students stay safe the company ROBOCOPP has created the "Sound Grenade," a personal alarm used to scare off possible criminals and attackers from hurting students.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump won the presidency on Tuesday, Nov. 8, stunning the crowd at Eastern Michigan University’s election party hosted by EMU Student Government.
EMU construction management students place second in national construction competition
Michigan has been chosen by the High Times as one of eight states that are mostly likely to legalize recreational marijuana in 2016. According to High Times, Michigan was named because of the “wildly successful” efforts in cities all over Michigan that have made advancements to decriminalize marijuana.
Rolf Niederhauser, Swiss author of ‘Seltsame Schleife’, or ‘Strange Loop’ visited EMU’s campus Monday, Nov. 7, to speak at an event sponsored by the foreign language department.
The No. 13 Eastern Michigan women’s cross country team turned in a strong performance at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional in Madison, Wis, on Friday, November 11. The Eagles finished the race fifth overall with 102 points.
The Eastern Michigan football team had to come back from being down 21 points to defeat the Ball State Cardinals in Muncie, Indiana on election night on its way to becoming bowl eligible in a 48-41 victory.
Four students who took part in the overnight occupation of the Student Center to protest the racial graffiti spray painted on several Eastern Michigan University buildings are currently facing possible one-year suspensions for their involvement in the sit-in.
Three students involved in the occupation of the Student Center are being pursued by Eastern Michigan University for violation of student conduct, in response EMU faculty has started an online petition demanding that President James Smith discontinues the persecution of the students involved in the peaceful demonstration and begin to show solidarity.
Michigan Supreme Court Justice Bridget McCormack selected as EMU fall commencement speaker
Members of Eastern Michigan University's Student Government spoke with Bob Heighes, chief of EMU's Police Department, on Nov. 1 about EMU PD's ongoing investigation of the racial graffiti incidents on campus.
Hundreds of people gathered outside of Ford Hall at Eastern Michigan University on Wednesday, Nov. 2, to unite against racism and the racial graffiti incidents occurring on campus.
President Smith and Provost Rhonda Longworth both recognize the aftermath of the multiple incidents of hate speech as an immediate need for students. However, since September when the first incident occurred students have actively voiced their belief that enough isn't being done, and following the Ford Hall incident students sentiments have continued.
In the evening the day following a racial slur being painted on the exterior wall of Ford Hall, over 200 students entered Eastern Michigan University's Student Center shortly after 12 a.m. The students congregated and stayed inside the Student Center until after 6 a.m.
A racial slur targeting the black community was spray painted at Eastern Michigan University on the east exterior wall of Ford Hall on the morning of Oct. 31. This incident is the third racial slur that has been reported on EMU’s campus since late September.
Actress Bellamy Young campaigns for Hillary Clinton at EMU
Professors Beth Henschen and Jeffery Bernstein took over the guises of presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump for a mock debate at Eastern Michigan University on Wednesday, Oct. 26.
Many students that live in campus housing on Eastern Michigan University’s campus do not have the amenities of air conditioning, with 10 of the 12 residence hall complexes and all of the apartment complexes lacking air conditioning.
Eastern Michigan University Dining Services held its grand reopening in the Student Center on Thursday, Oct. 13 in commemoration of contracting with Chartwells, a catering service that works with over 280 colleges.