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Eastern Michigan University’s Black Women’s Leadership Symposium will be starting at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, March 24, in the Guild Room of McKenny. This will be a five-person panel “examining the importance of joining in solidarity with other women of color and potential allies in efforts to elicit social change,” according to the EMU calendar. According to the Sistership Initiative’s Facebook page, one member of the panel will be Heather Neff, PhD, an EMU literature professor and director of the McNair Scholarship. It will also include Chiara Hensley, PhD, EMU’s assistant VP of Student Affairs, Trelawny Boyton, Director of Multiethnic Student Affairs at the U of M, social activist and EMU alumnus Doretha Thomas and Ann Lampkin-Williams, PhD, Special Councilor to the Chancellor for Inclusion and Strategic Projects at U of M – Dearborn. Attendance is free and LBC approved.
Thursday, March 17, 2016.
The Senate passed a resolution 19-0-0 on Wednesday night in the Student Center to urge Eastern Michigan University to paint crosswalks and place crosswalk signs on campus. The resolution, S. Res-102-13, notes “the present danger” EMU students face due to the lack of those two.
EMU Marching Band guard member Lulu Chang during the 2014 season.
From left to right, Senator Tanasia Morton, Senator Brianna Moore, and Senator Sam Jones-Darling during their March 22 meeting.
2014 EMU Marching Band during their Pre-Game performance of the "Eagles' Fight Song" where they spell out "EMU."
The 2016 NCAA Gymnastics Selection Show has come and gone and the Eastern Michigan University gymnastics team learned it was placed in the Ann Arbor Regional, which takes place on April 2 at 6 p.m.
The University of Michigan isn’t the only football team in Washtenaw County leaving its campus for spring practices. Coach Chris Creighton and the Eastern Michigan University football team are keeping things a little more local, as they will head to Ford Field in Detroit for an open practice Monday, March 28.
Hillary Clinton, as many analysts say, faces an uphill battle against Bernie Sanders now that the Southern primaries are over. She just barely won in Iowa, Missouri, Illinois and Massachusetts. She lost in New Hampshire, Michigan and Minnesota. For Clinton, the further north she goes, the more her fate will be in the hands of super delegates.
Spring is to be described as a blissful season, all about rejuvenating and getting over the lasting effects winter brought such as fatigue and even depression. What better way to welcome the springtime than with trying new makeup and hairstyles?
The historic season of the Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team continued Saturday afternoon as they won the Mid-American Conference championship with a 196.425 in Muncie, Ind.
“One of the reasons we hold these events is to give our students a chance to network,” Dean of the College of Business Michael Tidwell said during the third annual Eastern Michigan University Business Luncheon Friday, March 18.
Monday, March 14, 2016.
Alison Kafer, PhD, professor of feminist studies at Southwestern University presents her lecture "Haunting the Edges of Social Justice: Disability Across Movements"
The lecture “Haunting the Edges of Social Justice: Disability Across Movements” which touches on how disability relates to social movements and social justice was presented by Alison Kafer, PhD, professor of feminist studies at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas on Thursday, March 17 in Halle Library.
The Eastern Michigan University Wrestling team finished off their season in the "Big Apple" on Thursday and Friday as four wrestlers competed in the NCAA Wrestling National Championships in Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Students will have the opportunity to learn about Confucianism Monday, March 21, when Grand Valley State University professor Peimin Ni visits campus. According to the event’s Facebook page, the professor will lecture on “the Gonfu Reading of Confucianism and its implications for philosophy.” His hour and a half long lecture, part of the philosophy speaker series, is in Halle Library room 300 at 5:30 p.m. This is free and LBC approved.
The Eastern Michigan women’s basketball team advanced to the WNIT second round after defeating St. Mary’s University in the final seconds, 74-73, Thursday evening in Moraga, Calif.
The Mid-American Conference announced the women’s gymnastics All-MAC first and second teams Wednesday afternoon.
An EMU student was struck and killed by an Amtrak train, Thursday, just before midnight. According to a press release from the university that was emailed across campus, the victim was a young woman between the ages of 19-20 from Brownstown, Mich. and was a resident of Hill Hall.