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Yet another year is now put under our belts. So much has happened in 2017 that it would difficult to pinpoint what made it what it was. There are some good things and of course some bad things, but let’s take a step back and recall some major events that happened in the United States.
Sunday, Dec. 31
While Washington and Hollywood are both seemingly worlds away from the small college town of Ypsilanti, many Eastern Michigan University students still have things to say about the sex scandals that many of America’s most powerful people are involved in.
Engage@EMU, a university office just over a year old, held an open house Friday, Dec. 8 to showcase several programs and invite those interested to see how they can engage with the community.
Sunday, Dec. 3
A forum discussing Eastern Michigan University’s current budget and Strong Hall renovations was held Tuesday in the student center to the public.
Sunday, Nov. 26
Landing in a small town created a huge opportunity for Bee Roll.
Police Chief Tony Deguisti answered questions about the new swabbing drug tests happening in Ypsilanti at the city council meeting on Tuesday, November 28.
Eastern Michigan University’s Center for Multicultural Affairs and the Native American Student Organization presented the documentary, “Indian School, the Survivor Story”, a film highlighting the experiences of Native Americans in the Indian Industrial Boarding School in Mount Pleasant, Michigan on Thursday, Nov. 30 at Halle Library.
With November being the month of giving, Eastern Michigan University holds Giving TRUE DAY as a way to raise funds and support different aspects of the university.
Anna Nawrocki (left) and Akshata Hiremath (right) at the college of arts and sciences giving table.
Former Eastern Michigan University student, Eddie Curlin, 29, who is accused of the racial graffiti found on campus during the fall 2016 semester, waived his right to a probable cause conference at the 14a-1 District Court in Ann Arbor, Thursday.
Zeta Sigma Chi, an Eastern Michigan University sorority, held their 9th annual SexapalooZa, an event promoting conversation and education about safe and healthy sex.
It has been over a year since Eastern Michigan University found unsettling vandalism on campus. Ever since its discovery, it has struck countless discussions rising the political climate among students.