Monday, Nov. 28
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Monday, Nov. 28
In a collaborative effort to visually illustrate an educational and inclusive environment on Eastern Michigan University's campus, members of the EMU and Ypsilanti community are designing and painting a unity mural on Monday, Jan. 16.
Sunday, Nov. 20
Sunday, Nov. 13
On Monday, Nov. 14 Eastern Michigan University’s Faculty Senate hosted a racial relations teach-in titled “Know Justice, Know Peace,” an all-day event at McKenny Hall.
In response to the multiple racist graffiti incidents on Eastern Michigan University's campus the EMU Faculty Senate hosted a day-long "Know Justice, Know Peace" teach-in on racism, diversity and inclusion on Monday, Nov. 14 in McKenny Hall.
A rally protesting president-elect Donald Trump’s started in the early evening on Monday, Nov. 14 on Eastern Michigan University’s campus.
In an effort to help college students stay safe the company ROBOCOPP has created the "Sound Grenade," a personal alarm used to scare off possible criminals and attackers from hurting students.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump won the presidency on Tuesday, Nov. 8, stunning the crowd at Eastern Michigan University’s election party hosted by EMU Student Government.
EMU construction management students place second in national construction competition
Four students who took part in the overnight occupation of the Student Center to protest the racial graffiti spray painted on several Eastern Michigan University buildings are currently facing possible one-year suspensions for their involvement in the sit-in.
Bob Heighes (right), chief of Eastern Michigan University's police department, speaking with members of Student Government on Nov. 1 regarding EMU PD's investigation of the racial graffiti incidents on campus.
America collectively grimaced as the two major party presidential candidates hit the stage on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump verbally sparred in front of Chris Wallace, Fox News political commentator.
Sunday, Oct. 23
Monday, Oct. 31
Michigan Supreme Court Justice Bridget McCormack selected as EMU fall commencement speaker
Members of Eastern Michigan University's Student Government spoke with Bob Heighes, chief of EMU's Police Department, on Nov. 1 about EMU PD's ongoing investigation of the racial graffiti incidents on campus.
Faculty and students rally outside of Ford Hall at Eastern Michigan University on Wednesday, Nov. 2 to protest racism and the racial graffiti incidents on campus over the past month.
Protesters holding "pro-black" signs at the rally outside of Ford Hall at Eastern Michigan University on Wednesday, Nov. 2 to protest racism and the racial graffiti incidents on campus over the past month.
EMU grad students and alumni showing support for the Black Lives Matter movement at the faculty rally outside of Ford Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 2.