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Since first stepping foot firmly on campus in August 2015, I have had the opportunity to view this institution through a lens that few are given the chance. I’ve watched administrators, staff, faculty and students struggle to grasp what higher education, especially at the undergraduate level, looks like within the second decade of the 21st century. It is certain that the experiences I have had over the last several years are unique to a handful of alumni, and I find it difficult to explain much of how Eastern Michigan University works to those on the outside, let alone those who work on the inside.
The seasonal change is also a very personal change.
Lainna Joy is blazing forth the path of justice as the fiery heroine Cherry!
One hundred forty-two Eastern Michigan University employees are set to retire from the university within the next year.
Stop the city from being destroyed AND do my homework? That's not even close to possible!
Dawn Farm, a local Ypsilanti treatment center, will be hosting its annual Jamboree celebration Sunday, September 8 from 1 to 6 p.m.. Dawn Farm will be featuring a new event with the introduction of the youth pie bake-off.
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).
The Eastern Michigan University men's cross-country team will be competing for its 23rd conference championship in 2019. The team won the MAC in 2017. It will also be competing for a late season push into the NCAA championships, where a trip there would be the first since 2005.
Check out the new poster for Dora and the Lost City of Gold! ? Grab your familia y amigos when it hits theatres August 9. #DoraMovie Watch the new trailer now at the link in bio!
I really need to charge! Come on, power!
Ever wanted to draw a little doofy friend?
The 2019-20 college basketball season will begin on Nov. 5, 2019, and Eastern Michigan’s season will start soon after. The Eagles, who were picked to win the MAC West division prior to last year, are going to deal with a different level of expectations this time around.
Over the past few years, gun violence has become a nationwide problem and growing concern for citizens. In the city of Ypsilanti, there appears to be no exception.
Meet the Jangly Man. #ScaryStoriesMovie
They run this neighborhood now. Don’t miss @melissamccarthy, @tiffanyhaddish, and @elisabethmossofficial in #TheKitchenMovie, only in theaters August 9.
Ron Oestrike, who was once a longtime head coach for Eastern Michigan University’s baseball program, will be inducted into the Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame.
The wide receiving group for the Eagles is one of the most talented in the MAC as EMU has 16 receivers on the depth chart. The collective is as follows: Line Latu, Isaac Holder, Hassan Beydoun, Michael Thompson, Keyan Marshall, Tanner Knue, De’Anthony Ball, Amir Spivey, Joe Nowden, Eddie Daugherty IV, Noah Cameron, Dylan Drummond, Quian Williams, Logan Giordano, Matthew Sexton and Arthur Jackson III.
Following the deep dive into the quarterbacks room for Eastern Michigan University, it’s time to check in on the guys they’ll be handing the ball off to. The team has seven running backs listed on the roster, but Shaq Vann and Breck Turner have pulled away from the rest of the group. With that said, though, at least one other Eagles running back is going to get significant playing time in the upcoming season.
Eastern Michigan University opens their 2019 college football slate on August 31 against Coastal Carolina. Head coach Chris Creighton has named senior quarterback Mike Glass III the starting quarterback heading into the season, but Glass is far from the only QB on the depth chart. The Eagles have seven passers in total listed on the roster: Glass, Jairus Grissom, Preston Hutchinson, Aaron Jackson, Christopher Kaminski, Jayden Machado and Isaac Stiebling.
An apple a day gets your drawing muscles on their way!