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Dining Commons open for summer

(05/14/12 5:38pm)

Eastern Michigan University’s Dining Commons, located between Best, Wise, Buell and Downing residence halls, is now open for the summer semester with an all-you-can-eat buffet of homestyle entrees, pasta, grilled foods, soups, salads, stir-fry and desserts for $6.75. The Commons accepts cash, credit and the Advantage and Advantage Flex meal plans, which offer purchase options such as prepay for 27 meals and get three free, and receive 10 percent above the amount purchased respectively. Weekly menus are listed on the Dining Commons’ website www.emich.edu/dining/services/thecommons, and summer semester hours are 11 a.m.










Proposed changes to charter involve weed consumption

(05/26/12 5:15pm)

Antonio Cosme, an Eastern Michigan University graduate who heads the Committee for a Safer Ypsilanti, said at a press conference at EMU May 23 that his group will promote an amendment to the Ypsilanti city charter to make “possession of small amounts of cannabis the lowest law enforcement priority.” Charles Ream of the Coalition for a Safer Michigan, another group supporting and promoting the proposed amendment, said it offers students a chance to affect public policy. “This is not about marijuana,” Ream said.


Police Blotter

(05/26/12 5:16pm)

CAMPUS May 20 - A glass door was smashed out on West Cross Street at 10:56 p.m. May 21 - A juvenile was arrested after stealing a bike from the Buell Hall parking lot at 7:14 a.m. An unattended purse was reported stolen in Pray-Harrold at 1:23 p.m. A male was arrested for an EMU bench warrant at 1:28 p.m.







Professor Tew named new director of EMU's CSEHR

(06/04/12 5:13pm)

Eastern Michigan University’s Center for the Study of Equality and Human Rights, whose mission statement is the advancement and promotion of equality and human rights with a primary focus on eliminating homophobia, appointed EMU Professor of communication Michael Tew as the center’s new director, said the center’s current Director Dennis Patrick.