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LED signs light up high-traffic areas

(05/10/10 5:27pm)

Eastern Michigan University is currently installing four new LCD and LED displays in high-traffic locations to communicate emergency and university messages to students, visitors and faculty. Students will also be able to advertise upcoming events relating to their student organizations, sororities and fraternities so students can view these events while walking or driving to class.



Election to decide on adjuncts union

(05/10/10 5:32pm)

Eastern Michigan University announced Friday an agreement was reached with the EMU Federation of Teachers to hold an election for a union that would represent adjunct teaching instructors. In a statement, Jack Kay, EMU provost and executive vice president, said the agreement will give an additional estimated 500 teachers the opportunity to elect a collective bargaining representative




Fast track gives freshmen crash course

(05/17/10 4:40pm)

About 100 incoming freshmen and their parents gathered at the Student Center for Fast Track, last Thursday. Fast Track is the first step of orientation for first-year students; the remaining steps occur in the fall. The program is a basic crash-course for freshmen and their parents, giving an overview on everything on campus from general education requirements to financial aid to housing. April Badon, admissions adviser and host of the event, helped the new students travel around campus, get their student IDs and meet with offices on campus, while their parents stayed back in the Student Center Ballroom for presentations on the EMU way of life. Departments like financial aid, career services and tutoring had booths for the parents to visit.








Police Blotter

(05/24/10 3:55pm)

May 13 Disruptive juveniles were asked to disperse in Halle Library, one student refused to comply until further discussion from Campus Police convinced him to go elsewhere. May 14 A subject was caught attempting to sell numerous books to the Campus Bookstore that had been stolen from Halle Library.