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The school year opened with across-the-board hikes on most fees across campus as state funding for Eastern Michigan University dwindles.
For the average undergrad taking 30 credits a year this means a $306 annual increase in tuition and mandatory fees – about $10.20 more per credit hour.
Dec. 1 – At 12:11 a.m. a flyer was found burnt on a wall in Best Hall.
Information was found that indicated credit card fraud at approximately 12:30 p.m.
Solar Ypsi founder Dave Strenski spoke about his vision for expanding the usage of solar power and ways for the state of Michigan to regenerate the economy by switching over from coal and natural gas.
Residents in Ypsilanti are spending more money on maintaining their vehicles due to major potholes and the city’s budget for road maintenance.
According to Mayor Paul Schreiber in a letter addressed to the residents of Ypsilanti, the city is at a fiscal crossroad and must replace lost tax revenues to survive.
Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced Oct. 19 a new online service --ExpressSOS.com. Since its release, the no-wait, online expansion of the Secretary of State has provided customer convenience as well as enabling employees to better serve visitors at the local branch offices.
Eastern Michigan University had favorable reactions to a policy the University of Missouri began mulling over mid-November, indicating approval to begin requiring students to obtain written permission from professors before videotaping classroom lectures.
As it stands, EMU is close behind UM in the way of making changes.
Beloved fictional character Robin Hood has seen a recent cultural revival, but not in the form of another Hollywood attempt to make money by retelling his story.
Protestors internationally have been shouting his name as the moniker for a controversial new tax proposal that is gaining momentum.
Eric Ward, a health education coordinator at Eastern Michigan University’s Wellness Center, spoke at the student government meeting Tuesday night, explaining the philosophy behind EMU’s free HIV testing.
Ypsilanti business owner Paul Ajlouny of Eagles Market, 501 W. Cross St., said purchasing a permit from the Michigan Liquor Control Commission to sell alcohol before noon on Sundays was an easy decision for him.
“Demand, simple as that,” he said.
Crown House of Gifts, located in Ann Arbor’s Traver Village shopping center, will be hosting a food drive from Monday to Friday.
Eastern Michigan University’s Center for Entrepreneurship had its first elevator pitch competition on Friday.
The long-empty 38-acre Water Street site on Michigan Avenue just east of central Ypsilanti might become the site of a public recreation center if the Ypsilanti City Council takes up a proposal from Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Department.
In case you missed it, and it’s quite likely you did, Club Halle’s Kickoff was this past Thursday.
A lot happened this year. A gunman in Tucson, an act of God in the Pacific Rim, a single moment of defiance in Tunisia sparked a region wide uprising.
A legend of innovation died, a legacy in Penn State College crumbled, political battles raged.
An out-of-control actor started “winning,” a pair of 20-somethings tied the knot across the pond and a mastermind of terror met his maker.
So much happened in 2011, yet oftentimes it felt like very little.
Early this semester the tenure track faculty at Central Michigan University went on strike. This came after months of unsuccessful negotiations with the university to draft a new contract.
The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 is a bill said to strip Americans of their basic constitutional rights.
At the Sept. 20 Board of Regents meeting, Eastern Michigan University’s Chief Financial Officer John Lumm reported that the university was suffering from a $4.6 million deficit and recently, he sat down with The Eastern Echo to provide further insight into EMU’s budget.
Internet user privacy concerns are back in U.S. court again; the civil case revolves around little known tracking methods being used to gather users’ browsing histories, without their knowledge or consent, and potentially affects every Internet user.
The lawsuit alleges KISSmetrics, a California based website analytics company, violated the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act, by intentionally exploiting user software to bypass browser security settings, with the intent of intercepting and disclosing user information.
The class action lawsuit filed by the KamberLaw firm, in the U.S.
The spirit of Greg O’Dell, the Eastern Michigan University Chief of Police who died last Friday, permeated the atmosphere as hundreds gathered in Pease Auditorium today to mourn his death.
The need for more parking is a frequent demand in automobile-dependent Southeast Michigan. Last year, newly elected Student Government President Jelani McGadney and Vice President Jeffrey Chicoine took a fresh approach to this demand: to offer EMU students, faculty and staff the chance to buy a discounted Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (AATA) bus pass.