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Core Fulbright Scholarship Program offers students new experiences

(05/31/10 4:18pm)

The competition for the 2011-2012 Core Fulbright Scholar Program and the Fulbright Student Program officially opened May 1 and ends August 2 for the scholar program and September 15 for the student program. The Fulbright Program was established in 1946 by the U.S. Congress and was named after Senator J. William Fulbright of Arkansas, under whose legislation the program was established.

Budget forum discusses 0-0-0 initiative

(05/31/10 4:31pm)

Eastern Michigan University president Susan Martin and chief financial officer John Lumm held the first of four budget forums at the Student Center auditorium last Thursday. The forum, which gave an overview of the fiscal year 2010-11 budget overview, was open to all students, faculty and staff for the purpose of transparency and better understanding of EMU’s budget, budget processes and financial position.

Police Blotter

(06/07/10 5:43pm)

May 29 — An altercation among players on the basketball court occurred in the REC IM at 10:09 a.m. Citations for disorderly conduct were issued and the case was closed May 30. A subject was arrested on Oakwood St. at 3:34 p.m. for failure to appear and driving with a suspended license. The subject had a bench warrant with EMU police. The case closed May 30.

B-side honors participants

(06/14/10 4:52pm)

Visitors to the Student Center were welcomed by an unfamiliar sound Thursday in a familiar place. Live heavy metal music was pumped through the complex, emanating from a conference room on the third floor. The performance, by a band called In the Name of the King, was the opening entertainment for a youth entrepreneurship showcase presented by The Business Side of Youth.

Ypsi citizens support cancer research with Relay for Life

(06/14/10 4:53pm)

Cancer survivors and supporters will participate in the 2010 Relay for Life event at 10 a.m. Saturday at Riverside Park. Relay for Life began in Tacoma, Wash. Dr. Gordy Klatt, a colorectal surgeon, decided he wanted to show support for all of his patients who had battled cancer. Klatt began to raise money for his local American Cancer Society office by running marathons