Monday, Oct. 26
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Monday, Oct. 26
Alan Jesiel, wealth management advisor from the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America-College Retirement Equities Fund, spoke to Eastern Michigan University staff about the importance of having a solid estate plan in place.
Meaghan Lynch was awarded the opportunity to shadow David Rutledge, a state representative for the 54th House District, Wednesday in Lansing as part of a program hosted by The Honors College.
Ypsilanti City Council held its regular meeting in the McKenny Ball room Tuesday, Oct. 20. About 28 protestors holding signs lined the back of the ballroom.
The Student Senate passed unanimously a resolution to express its discontent with the presidential search process at its regular meeting Tuesday night in the Student Center.
Steven Cole, a senior political science major, is half way through his first semester as Student Government president. He was elected into office on a five-pronged platform. Here’s an update on where stands on those issues.
Thursday, Oct. 22
Four teams of interior design students participated in a Designer’s Challenge at the Home and Lifestyle Show of Michigan on Saturday and Sunday at the Convocation Center.
The College of Technology is bringing Johnathon Pytko from Pixar Animation Studios to present and give a peek into the making of “The Good Dinosaur.”
Twenty students attended the Syrian Refugees in Southeast Michigan lecture on Tuesday in the Student Center. The event was hosted by Students Organize for Syria.
Eastern Michigan University's LGBT Resource Center is hosting the I AM: The LGBTG Project Debrief as part of OUTober Tuesday evening, in room 352 of the Student Center.
Inspired by the “A Herstory of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement” blogpost by Alicia Garza, a conversation was held about Intersections: The Theft of Black Queer Women’s Work on Monday in the Student Center.
Monday, Oct. 12
Students taking PHED 309, Methods of Teaching Outdoor Pursuits and Adventure Education, went rock climbing on Friday at Planet Rock, Ann Arbor, as part of their course.
The Black Student Union sponsored and Student Government hosted Know Your rights from 7-9 p.m. Thursday in room 310A of the Student Center.
True Life exhibit
An Eastern Michigan University student reported an attempted armed robbery Thursday night in Green Lot 1, northeast corner of campus. The victim reported that nothing was taken and he sustained no injuries.
Eastern Michigan University’s Middle Eastern Student Association is collecting donations for refugees, but the clothing, appliances, money and furniture gathered will not be sent overseas.
Eastern Michigan University's Department of Public Safety had no reported incidents for Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015.
The Student Government Business and Finance Committee passed 15 allocations during regular committee meetings Tuesday night in the Student Center.