Monday, March 4
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Monday, March 4
Dozens of farmworkers, students, allies and community leaders gathered to rally outside of Wendy’s on Carpenter Street Saturday, March 9.
A home invasion occurred at Hoyt Residence Hall at 1:26 a.m. The case remains open.
Supporters for Ken Hobbs gathered at the Ypsilanti City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 5. A total of 15 members from the community spoke against the department's decision to hire a white candidate from outside Ypsilanti rather than of Hobbs, who is Black.
Guest speaker Tameka Citchen-Spruce, disability advocate of over 10 years, film producer and writer, presented “The Accomplishments of African-Americans with Disabilities” Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 11 a.m. in Room 320 of the Student Center.
Africology and African studies experts gathered in celebration of Black History Month to answer the question, “What is Racism?” in a panel discussion open to students, faculty and other Eastern Michigan University community members.
The Washtenaw County Prosecutor has decided not to pursue ethnic intimidation charges in the Best Hall case at Eastern Michigan University. The decision was made February 26 by First Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Konrad Siller.
Stepping off the sixth-floor elevators in Pray-Harrold, a laugh erupts which seems to be contagious. Following the laugh, a smile and bubbly personality emerges, that brings smiles from everyone around. Senior Secretary for the English Language and Literature department, Shayna White, is an integral part of many people's success.
Despite the approach of mid-winter break, Eastern Michigan University has made some progress in addressing the aftermath Best Hall’s ethnic intimidation case. Though there has been no official ruling and doling of punishment by the Office of Wellness and Community Responsibility (OWCR), disciplinary action has allegedly taken place against the perpetrator via Housing and Residence Life.
A case of ethnic intimidation was reported in Best Hall at 3:41 p.m. The racial display was found at 4:15 a.m. The case remains open.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Eastern Michigan University’s ROTC students completed training operations at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens to prepare for their training camp that meet in multiple regiments throughout the summer.
This article was prepared by the Eastern Echo team: Editor-in-Chief Malaya Elgarico and Digital Editor Arica Frisbey. It was written by Frisbey.
Updated at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 12 to reflect an official statement from the university.
YPSILANTI, Mich. -- The Faculty Affairs Committee meeting on Thursday, Feb. 7 set up to present three works to the Board of Regents on how they improve engagement within the community. Overseeing the presentations and sitting in the center of the room were Provost and Executive Vice President Rhonda Longworth, and Regents Jim Webb and Rich Baird.
During the Student Affairs Committee meeting, the Board of Regents received presentations Thursday, Feb. 7 from the Student Affairs Professional Development, Diversity and Community Involvement (DCI), and Residence Hall Association (RHA). These brief presentations consisted of an overview and updates that each organization has improved to help better the student community here at Eastern.
Eastern Michigan University held its Board of Regents Education Policies Committee meeting Thursday, Feb. 7 at 9:45 a.m., one of five committee meetings prior to the full Board of Regents meeting at 1:30 p.m. later that day.
The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents met Thursday, Feb. 7 to review the Athletic Affairs Committee at Welch Hall. Here are some of the highlights of the meeting.
Statement of EMU-AAUP
Updated at 11:56 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 11 to reflect additional information provided by the EMU-AAUP.
Eastern Michigan University closed classes for three days last week due to extreme weather conditions, making it too dangerous for students and faculty to commute to campus as well as a safety concern to travel across campus.