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VISION holds challenge for student organizations

(10/19/14 6:33pm)

Haley Moraniec, coordinator for the Volunteer Challenge at the VISION Center, said that this is VISION’s first year doing “the challenge,” a program designed to familiarize students with social justice issues and get them involved with service projects.“If all goes well, we plan to make it an annual challenge,” Moraniec said.All student organizations were invited by Campus Life to participate.


Fifth annual Clean Up Day sees turnout of over 700 recyclers

(10/19/14 6:37pm)

Stacks of trash were shuttled to Rynearson Stadium parking lot to be properly disposed of by the regional environmental recycling program presented by Washtenaw County on Saturday.Celebrating the fifth annual Clean Up Day held at Eastern Michigan University, 700-900 recyclers showed up to safely discard their hazardous materials.










'Nathan's Law' to bring bicycle and motorcycle awareness to driver's ed

(10/26/14 1:41pm)

Oct. 14 was a good day for bicyclists and motorcyclists, when Governor Rick Snyder signed Public Act 317, also known as Nathan’s Law, to add information about bicycle and motorcycle awareness to the Michigan drivers’ education curriculum.The Act passed the Michigan House unanimously in June and was named after Nathan Bower, a 19-year-old who was killed in a motorist/motorcyclist accident in 2009.








Student Government finance committee votes on student org, club sports' financing

(10/29/14 3:27pm)

The Student Government budget and finance committee convened Tuesday to approve or deny student organization’s and club sport’s requests for financing.Attending Student Senators on the budget and finance committee were Nate Pyle, Carl Matherly, Fatma Jabor, William McDonald, JoePernicano, John McCallister.