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A ceremony of remembrance was held at Eastern Michigan University's 9/11 Memorial in memory of those lost during the terrorist attacks and the first responders on Sunday, Sept. 11.
The Eastern Michigan University Federation of Teachers held a rally outside of Welch Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 7 as the EMUFT negotiates a new contract for full-time lecturers.
As the beginning of the semester draws closer for Eastern Michigan University students, the incoming freshmen moved into Eastern's residence halls on Friday, Sep. 2.
When starting college for the first time many students may find the beginning of their first semester overwhelming as they are thrust into a foreign world without the proper tools for success. College is drastically different than high school, but with proper preparation this transition can be made as seamlessly as possible.
Trying to adjust to living in an unfamiliar city can be difficult, let alone finding the buildings on Eastern Michigan University's campus or exploring the dozens of restaurants that the city of Ypsilanti has to offer. While the choices are endless, here are a few restaurants that will appeal to a variety of palates and satisfy the most intense hunger cravings.
With school just around the corner many students are gearing up for the first day of class. While Eastern Michigan University hosts an expansive library right on campus, the internet also offers several key resources that can aid in a successful semester. The following websites can help make sure that you're on the top of your game this academic year.
Thursday, Aug. 4
The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents approved two collective bargaining agreements at a special board meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 2 with the EMU Officers Association of Michigan and with UAW Local 1975, according to an article by MLive.
During the winter semester, I wrote an article including a series of interviews with members of the Eastern Michigan University that were affected by the Flint water crisis.
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In response to the number of unarmed African American men being shot down by police across the country recently and the subsequent ambushes occurring to police officers as well, the EMU Ballroom filled with people from across the Ypsilanti community to talk about policing throughout the community. This was organized by the Washtenaw County Sheriff, WEMU, and a student group called Interrupt Violence.
Ypsilanti’s City Manager has announced his retirement. The city council accepted the resignation of City Manager Ralph Lange during a 7:00 a.m. meeting, Friday, July 8.
Ten EMU employees lost their jobs Monday evening due to budget cuts. Although the number of job losses are known, the actual positions and people have not yet been identified.
The beginning of any college semester is stressful enough as students sign up for classes, fill out financial aid forms, attend orientation, meet with academic advisors and get ready for countless deadlines and all-nighters.
Earlier this June it was announced that Wayne State University would no longer be making it a requirement for all students to take and pass a math class in order to graduate. The university is now leaving it up to the individual departments to decide whether or not they believe math should be included in each specific degree’s requirements. Not do the departments have the option to choose whether or not they want to make math a requirement for some students, but they also will get to choose what level of math the students must pass.
Students at Eastern Michigan University will be paying an additional 4.1 percent in tuition this fall semester. This is not the only increase students will be feeling. In n a predominantly commuter-student institution, parking passes will cost an additional $50, bringing the total cost to $150. Commuter costs are currently $100 for most services.