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In Early September University Christian Fellowship’s annual street carnival shutdown Saint John Street on EMU’s campus. The carnival brought attention to an otherwise quiet campus home. The painted white house has sat on St. John Street across from Best Hall going on 16 years, and for it being so close to campus the home has gone unnoticed more often than it goes noticed. The home can however be noticed for its long blue sign that runs the length of the porch and it reads, “University Christian Fellowship.” University Christian Fellowship (UCF) is a faith based campus organization.
University Christian Fellowship members and church goers after service, Student Center Rm 310.
The Eastern Echo received a copy of a 2014 and 2015 athletic budget from an anonymous source inside the Eastern Michigan University Student Government.
The Board of Regents room in Welch Hall was packed with people from across the state, Friday, as the Board of Regents formally elected Dr. James Michael Smith as Eastern Michigan University's 23rd president.
With finals fast approaching, the Echo asked students, "What do you do to prepare for finals?"
Kim Schatzel, Eastern Michigan University Interim President, Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs, is leaving EMU, effective Jan. 25, 2016 to serve as president of Towson University. We asked students what they think about her move.
Do you watch the presidential debates even though the general election is a year away?
With midterms coming to a conclusion, Eastern students are finally getting a chance to come out of their studying caves and Eagle on the Street was there to ask: How do you celebrate the end of midterms?
Eastern Michigan University is investigating a party held April 11 at a house on N. Hamilton St. According to Nathan Phillips, a member of the Native American community, some of the 30 students were dressed up as Native Americans.
A gas leak at the LeForge Road Bridge on Monday afternoon cut off parts of Ypsilanti from Superior Township. Ypsilanti Fire Chief Max Anthouard said they got the call about 3 p.m. Anthouard said that the leak occurred accidentally when a tree trimmer on the north side of the LeForge Road Bridge hit an unmarked gas line.
While protesters shut down Board of Regents meetings and teachers’ unions boycott Eastern Michigan University student teachers, the College of Education’s faculty is putting all of its efforts into making sure students never miss out on an educational opportunity.
Twenty Eastern Michigan University students packaged and passed out 150 lunches to 40 people at the Salvation Army, 9 S. State Street, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday.
After seven years in the captain’s seat, university president Susan Martin is feeling bittersweet about stepping down in July.
Student Government held its Internal Affairs and Business and Finance committee meetings April 14 in the Student Center. The Public Affairs and Student Affairs committee meetings were canceled.
“In Her Shoes: Forging Paths at EMU” is a new exhibit that opened Thursday in the McKenny Gallery. According to a press release from the university’s Department of Communications, the exhibit will be about the paths women have forged and the barriers women have broken both at Eastern and beyond, from 1849 to the present.
Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents voted in favor of Provost Kim Schatzel taking the position of interim president of the university effective July 7, 2015.
The Howell Nature Center is holding its first Community Appreciation Day at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 9.
Eastern Michigan University's Student Government will be participating in the Student Association of Michigan's trip to Lansing Thursday, April 16.
Four students were arrested after disrupting the planned showing of "American Sniper" Friday evening in the EMU Student Center Auditorium. The film had begun when protesters interrupted and continued after they left. The 10 p.m. showing was rescheduled.
The Women’s Resource Center hosted Eastern Michigan University’s second annual Take Back the Night march on Tuesday in the Student Center Ballroom. The march was held as part of the WRC’s Consent Week.