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The results of three specimens’, two from Washtenaw and one from Macomb counties, came back negative for the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and the Washtenaw County Health Departments are still waiting on the results of another specimen from Washtenaw County.
After nine grueling days of impeachment trial proceedings, the end may actually be in sight. Unfortunately, it's not the ending that just over half of the country was hoping for.
On Thursday Jan. 31, 2020 an Eastern Michigan University Department of Public Safety training occurred at Buell Residence Hall around 11:30 a.m.
There are many problems within Ypsilanti: concentrated low income housing, a higher than average crime rate and below average public schools. These issues are well-known and often openly discussed by residents.
The Ypsilanti water tower, which goes by many names, stands tall at the highest point of elevation in the city: the intersection of Cross and Summit streets.
The Business and Finance Committee allocated a total of $4,601.64 to Club Sports at their meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 28 from their total budget of $25,752.78.
The Business and Finance Committee at Eastern Michigan University began their meeting on Jan. 28 with a student organization budget of $23,462.41. They allocated a total of $4,316.19 to student organizations by the end of the meeting.
Even the biggest and toughest of us can feel down every now and again, so even the smallest of gestures can make anyone happy.
Updated on Feb. 15, 2020: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that the gym is free to use. Each student is billed $40 per semester as a REC/IM fee. Students can opt out, losing access to the gym.
On Tuesday, Jan. 28, dietetics students and Eagle Nutrition Services hosted a home-cooking class at Rackham Hall. For $5 participants were instructed on healthier home cooking by EMU dietetics students.
"A Playback for the Decade,“ a 6 Figures Performance took place on Tuesday, Jan. 28, in EMU’s Quirk Sponberg Theatre - 107 Lab Theatre. Conducted by Dr. Anita Rich, students performed a series of improvisational skits.
This anecdotal account is intended to give you firsthand advice on a subject which goes un- or under-mentioned. Millennials and members of Generation Z are notorious for embracing hustle culture and are often forced into overworking by current socioeconomic conditions. Some, however, use work for another reason: to cope.
Some traction has been gained in this historic impeachment trial of the president. The Democrats have finally concluded their presentation in the case for his removal of office, and lawyers representing the president have initiated their defense in the trial.
Warning: the following presentation contains graphic and explicit content that may not be suitable for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised.
The Eastern Michigan men’s track and field team competed in the Cam Am Classic on Saturday, Jan. 25 at Bowen Fieldhouse in Ypsilanti. The Eagles competed in 17 events and had a first place finisher in eight of those. EMU was led by Baboucar Sallah-Mohammed, who won the long jump and triple jump events.
The Eastern Michigan Eagles (4-1, 3-1) swimming and diving team defeated the Bowling Green Falcons (3-2, 1-2), 206.5-93.5, on Friday, Jan. 24 at Jones Natatorium in Ypsilanti. The Eagles are now 2-0 at home and have bounced back from their lone loss versus Akron last weekend.
Our hero E-Mo reveals his age to the world, and he is only 19?!
While on an errand run for Heroes Inc., our intrepid hero, A.C., encounters a mysterious being, and it doesn't seem to want to be friends!
The Eastern Michigan Eagles (9-9, 4-3) women’s basketball team came back from losing against Central Michigan last Wednesday, Jan. 22 by taking the win against Northern Illinois (5-13, 1-6) on Jan, 25. This was a home game as the Eagles celebrated National Women and Girls in Sports Day and the victory. This is the women’s first win against Northern Illinois since March of 2018.
The EMU women's tennis team defeated Eastern Illinois University 5-2 and lost 7-0 to Illinois at the Atkins Tennis Center in Champaign, Ill. on Sunday, Jan. 26. The two matches were the second and third of 2020, with one loss to Michigan State on Jan. 23 and three invitationals this past fall.