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The Trump administration announced their reversal of Obama-era guidance of Title IX, which forced universities that are federally funded to be aggressive on sexual assault perpetrators. The Title IX legislation required federally funded universities to have a system in place that handles sexual assault complaints.
Members of Eastern Michigan University’s student organization EMU Students for Choice gathered outside Marshall Hall on Thursday, Oct. 12 to protest Tuesday’s anti-abortion display.
EMU Women’s Resource Center holds a Self-Love Workshop to teach fun and easy ways to take care of yourself mentally and physically.
Eastern Michigan University students stand in silence with handwritten cardboard and scrap paper signs, contesting the anti-abortion display of hyper-focused photos of aborted fetuses.
Eastern Michigan University students from the leadership & counseling department helped fight the stigma against mental health with ‘mental health awareness week’ on campus.
Eastern Michigan University partnered with the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention (AFSP) Friday, Sept. 29, at 4p.m. to raise awareness for suicide prevention. The ‘Out of the Darkness Walk’ is part of an AFSP initiative to gather communities together to fight suicide.
A racist message was found on a men’s bathroom stall at Eastern Michigan University’s Student Center Wednesday, Sept., 27. The words “N------ die” were scratched into the surface, according to a statement made by student government and the NAACP.
“2016, September 20, at 7:20 p.m., somebody on this campus was going to do something very hanus,” said Dr. Lloyd Shelton, Vice President of the Black Faculty and Staff Association.
Walter Kraft stands hand-in-hand with students as they sing the "Lift Every Voice and Sing" -- the Black National Anthem.
Students from Eastern Michigan University’s Honors College gathered in downtown Ypsilanti to help with the development of Growing Hope’s new indoor community building Friday, Sept. 15.
The Canton Township Police Department shut down the eighth annual Eastern Michigan University Ice Breaker, “Issa Ice Breaker,” Friday, Sept. 8, at 11:30 p.m. at the Golden Gate Banquet Hall in Canton, Michigan with no explanation.
A disagreement among Eastern Michigan University students broke out around 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, over the content painted on the school’s freedom walls and kiosk.
Have you ever told somebody that you go school in Ypsilanti and they try to cut you down by saying, “Oh, Ann Arbor’s little sister,” as if it was some sort of insult?
As a freshman in college, you’ve already been told many different ideas of what it’s supposed to be like. I remember my parents, high school teachers and the average T-rated teen movies giving me all sorts of ideas. Many mild-mannered adults will tell you college is the time to focus entirely on education, to engage in numerous courses and soak up all that sweet, sweet knowledge with your endless supply of ramen noodles.
Freshman year of college is full of first-time experiences. The newfound freedom, the large size of campus and amount of students and opportunities to re-invent yourself are some of the basic changes you will experience. The purpose of this article, however, is to look at some things you might not have thought of. If you keep these eight things in mind, you will have a much better freshman year than most of your peers.
The Muslim Student Association hosted its annual Fast-a-thon in the Student Center Wednesday night. Ramadan started Tuesday and keynote speaker Imam Mika’il Stewart Saadiq hosted the association’s first official event.
Eastern Michigan University may open a food pantry soon. Haley Moraniec and Lynn Nybell presented the initiative at the Board of Regents Student Affairs Committee meeting March 17.
Student Government held its Internal Affairs and Business and Finance meetings Tuesday.
Candidates for student body president Jessica Howell, Sabrina Ford, Aimee Frey and Steven Cole participated in the Student Government 2015 Candidate Debate on Tuesday night in the Student Center.