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On June 1, the city of Ypsilanti kicked off it's LBGTQ+ Pride month with the second Annual Ypsi Pride community celebration. Part of the first Friday is a series of events to draw members from LBGT+ community with local businesses around downtown Ypsilanti.
Summer is the perfect time to get out of the house with friends for a night on the town. Here are five popular events happening soon in the local metro-Detroit area.
After a rally where student athletes and alumni protested the cut of four sports, arguments continued into the scheduled Board of Regents meeting Friday, April 20.
In a continued effort to urge the reversal of Eastern Michigan University’s decision to cut four sports from their athletic program, students, staff and alumni gathered outside Welch Hall in protest Friday, April 20.
Students, alumni, faculty and staff gathered outside Eastern Michigan University’s convocation center Monday, April 16 in a rally against the recent cut of four sports.
Sunday, April 8
“Just deal with it.”
Sunday, April 1
Sunday, March 25
Philadelphia pop punk band The Wonder Years hosted an acoustic performance inside of the record store Dearborn Music to promote their upcoming record “Sister Cities” Thursday, March 29.
The price of college has many students at Eastern Michigan University concerned for their education. While EMU is one of the more affordable of the state universities in Michigan, some students feel that it may not be that way for long.
Coming on the heels of Eastern Michigan University’s ongoing budget crisis, the Faculty Senate discussed a resolution to potentially issue a vote of no confidence to President James Smith Wednesday, March 28.
Students and faculty gathered outside Welch Hall Tuesday, March 27 to deliver summarized demands for budget changes to the president’s office.
Students and staff funnel into the Welch Hall stairwell to university president's office.
In the wake of Eastern Michigan University’s announced parting of four sports from its athletics program, university athletes expressed their anger and sadness over the decision.