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Marygrove College in Detroit will permanently cease to offer courses to current students as well cease admissions after the fall 2019 semester. Students at the Detroit college, which now only offers courses at the graduate level, will be able to complete their degrees at Eastern Michigan University.
Wesley Howell, director of EMU's Rec/IM department, said goodbye to Eastern Michigan University - and Michigan - at the beginning of the fall semester. After serving the students of EMU for over a year, Howell said he was excited but saddened to announce his acceptance of a position in the recreational facilities at the distinguished Stanford University near Palo Alto, California.
Eastern Michigan University, along with fellow Washtenaw County schools teamed up to host the fifth annual “Bright Futures” event on August 20. The event was held at Washtenaw Community College in the liberal arts building.
Phase one of the $16 million renovation to the REC/IM will not be open in time for the start of the fall 2019 semester as originally expected. A delay in receiving materials is the cause for the hold up.
One hundred forty-two Eastern Michigan University employees are set to retire from the university within the next year.
Eastern Michigan University has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Ford Motor Company through its highly competitive Ford College Community Challenge (Ford C3).
Most students are prepared to face the expected stresses of college such as staying up late to study for exams or doing copious amounts of homework. However, some students have additional worries on their plate. With college tuition on the rise across the country, reports of food and housing insecurity among college students are on the rise, too.
At the June 13 Board of Regents meeting, 28 Eastern Michigan University faculty research projects were approved.These projects, called sabbatical leave projects, would not only benefit the Ypsilanti community, but people all around the globe.
The parking structure off Oakwood Avenue on the west side of campus has been undergoing some extensive renovations this summer. ParkEMU, as operated by LAZ parking, began renovations at the conclusion of the winter semester.
The Eastern Michigan University (EMU) Board of Regents recommended and approved a 4.4% increase of undergraduate tuition for the 2019-20 school year. This is accompanied by an increase of 5% for graduate and doctoral student tuition.
During the winter 2019 semester, Eastern Michigan University’s Engage @EMU office launched a new pilot program in an effort to increase student enrollment.
Updated 6/13/ 2019 at 8:30 p.m. to reflect new information via MLive.
The cast and crew of "She Kills Monsters" slayed the stage on opening night, Friday, May 31 at the Quirk-Sponberg theater.
With the fall 2019 semester approaching, the Rec/IM announced that the first phase of renovation will be competed in the fall. This phase includes floors three, four and five.
In an ongoing effort to save money while stabilizing its budget, Eastern Michigan University has announced a Voluntary Early Retirement Incentive Plan (VERIP) that will allow current employees to accept a payout and retire.
EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY (EMU) - With the recent announcement that the hot water on campus would be interrupted, EMU Dining announced the following closures starting Thursday, May 9:
A possible deal with a third party for Eastern Michigan University student housing looms, yet the president of the university has stated that it might take a year before such a deal is finalized.
Inside the 100-year-old building that houses the Riverside Arts Center, the staccato tapping of typewriter keys rang out against the tiled floor and wood-trimmed walls. Along the wall of the studio sat the “futurologists,” each with a typewriter positioned in front of them. Rolls of paper flowed from the typewriters, creeping across the floor toward the audience. On either side of the instrumentalists were Eastern Michigan University Professor Carla Harryman and University of Michigan Professor Petra Kuppers. Together, their combined voices and typewriter sounds created a symphony of words and noises. This is Hannah Cut In, an original piece created by Professor Harryman and originally performed for the Poets Theater 2017 conference at UC Berkeley.
If you follow high school sports in Downriver Michigan, you most likely know the name Frank Wladyslawski. He is a multimedia sports journalist that reports for the News-Herald and Dearborn Press & Guide. His section for the News-Herald is called the “MIprepzone," where he and his team of freelance reporters get the latest games and tournaments covered for the Downriver and Huron leagues.
“No matter how rich, wealthy, or accustomed you may be, if I can’t hold a conversation with you, I can’t see myself working under you,” Eastern Michigan student Xavier Cheatum said.