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Protestors bring signs to Ypsi City Council meeting

(10/21/15 3:28pm)

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.Some of the signs read “danger police in area,” “justice delayed is justice denied,” “Black lives matter.”Student’s marched from Eastern Michigan University DPS to McKenny chanting “hey now hey now, we want freedom freedom... racist cops we don’t need them need them” “The fact this meeting is on campus is important it gives students a chance to have a voice, this needs to be talked about,” Shaina Johnson, senior, communications major said.

Honors student shadows state representative

(10/24/15 10:41pm)

Meaghan Lynch was awarded the opportunity to shadow David Rutledge, a state representative for the 54th House District, on Wednesday in Lansing as part of a program hosted by The Honors College.The sophomore, a double major in political science and public and nonprofit administration, won the second annual “A Day in the Life” competition.“I learned a lot,” Lynch said.

Jesiel talks estate plans and financial wellness

(10/24/15 11:03pm)

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.EMU's human resources department held its weekly Fifth Floor Fridays session on Thursday in the Recreational and Intramural center.

Eagle Flight Centre names new chief flight instructor

(10/25/15 8:16am)

Ed St. Antoine is Eastern Michigan University’s Eagle Flight Centre’s new chief flight instructor.Tom Trumbull, president of the center, said the FAA God Seal instructor has qualities a good flight instructor should possess, such as passion for aviation and teaching.“Ed has shown a true desire to make a difference at our organization and with our students,” Trumbull said in a statement.

​Casablanca brings Mediterranean flavor to Ypsilanti

(10/25/15 8:21am)

Morocco meets Ypsilanti on Washtenaw Street’s new, six-month old restaurant, Casablanca. If you’re looking for a taste of something original, fresh, affordable, and very close to Eastern’s campus, then you should check them out.This hole-in-the-wall hotspot has delicious and authentic Mediterranean flavors just waiting to be explored.