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Samples are given for the reopening of Student Center dining
Audience members from the "Got Consent?" event holding Start by Believing flyers. Their names are written on them, followed by the statement, "When someone tells me they were raped or sexually assaulted, I Start by Believing."
Audience members holding Start by Believing flyers. Their names are written on them, followed by the statement, "When someone tells me they were raped or sexually assaulted, I Start by Believing."
Kiley Albert, ROTC alpha company executive officer, swimming 15 meters with a dummy M16 rifle and full equipment.
In an effort to change the publics' response to sexual assault, the "Start by Believing" campaign was held at Eastern Michigan University on Monday, Oct. 10.
In a test of endurance the Eastern Michigan University ROTC program conducted Combat Water Survival Training in Jones Pool on Friday, Oct. 14.
Eastern Michigan University hosted a public informational session called "Got Consent?" on Wednesday, Oct. 12, which describes dating and sexual violence and how the criminal justice system operates.
EMU's College of Business among nation's best in Princeton Review
Saturday, Oct. 8
Sen. Cory Booker sitting at the edge of the stage and addressing the crowd during the Hillary Clinton campaign at EMU on Monday, Oct. 10
Sen. Cory Booker addressing the crowd during the Hillary Clinton campaign at EMU on Monday, Oct. 10
From left to right: Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, "The Walking Dead" star Danai Gurira, student body president Tanasia Morton, Michigan Senators Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow, and New Jersey Senator Booker.
Just before the deadline of Oct. 11, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker visited Eastern Michigan University on Monday, Oct. 10 to encourage voter registration.
The two incidents of hate speech in late September the occurred on Eastern Michigan University campus have revealed issues in communication between faculty, students and members of EMU’s executive team. EMU faculty, student leaders and members of EMU’s executive team have been vocal about a need to address the breakdown in communication as members of each group work toward developing resolutions.
Eastern Michigan University President James Smith met with Faculty Senate members on Wednesday, Oct. 12 to discuss the decision to sell EMU Kresge Environmental Center, also known as Fish Lake.
David E. Rutledge (middle) holding a plaque given to him by the Student Government senate in commemoration of his recommendation to be on the EMU Board of Regents.
State Representative David E. Rutledge served as a guest speaker at the Eastern Michigan University Student Government senate meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 4.
Jemison and members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, from left to right: Erika Baldwin, Debranae Campbell, Mae C. Jemison, Ugochinyere Nwaneri, Victoria Rodgers, Justaughna Earle
Swoop's Food Pantry expands after first year of operation