Monday, Jan. 27
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Monday, Jan. 27
From Jan. 10 until Jan. 31 the Riverside Arts Center held their most recent exhibit, entitled “Insecurity."
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.
On Thursday Jan. 31, 2020 an Eastern Michigan University Department of Public Safety training occurred at Buell Residence Hall around 11:30 a.m.
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.
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.
Eastern Michigan University (EMU) Student Government met Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020.
EMU student Tia Jackson was flying back to Detroit on Tuesday, Jan. 21 when, she said, the man beside her sexually assaulted her.
Amtrak is working with the city of Ypsilanti in hopes of constructing a new train station in Depot Town. This is the beginning of investments throughout the metropolitan area in 2020. The train stop/station is expected to help community members travel safely, increase economic prosperity in Washtenaw county and even help EMU students traveling to and from Detroit and Chicago especially.
Monday, Jan. 20
The USAF Band of Mid-America’s Shades of Blue jazz ensemble performed in Pease Auditorium on Tuesday, Jan 21. The band consisted of 16 musicians and two vocalists who accompanied the band during four songs.
Eastern Michigan University’s Student Government approved the delegate appointment of Kiera Osborne, a representative of the Black Student Union, during their Tuesday, Jan. 21, senate meeting.
An Ypsilanti Township man was left in critical condition Thursday, Jan. 16 after being stabbed multiple times with a katana-type sword.
CloseUp Theatre held its performance titled Revelations with the theme “Rise Up Against Injustice” on Monday, Jan. 20. This event is one of several events held in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. this past weekend.
Liz Hornyak: Happy MLK Day everyone! In this week’s news, a vigil held in honor of a young man killed in Ypsilanti Township Park, info on CloseUP Theatre Troupe’s anticipated MLK performances, as well as an opportunity to become a part of the Eastern Pride Identity Coalition. I’m your host Liz Hornyak, and you’re listening to the Eastern Echo Podcast.
Monday, Jan. 13
GameAbove is a group of EMU alumni who have made several donations for specifically outlined initiatives throughout last semester, Fall 2019, and the current semester.