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Eastern Michigan University’s Holy Trinity Student Parish and Hillel at EMU, along with EMU’s Division of Academic Affairs, College of Arts and Sciences and several other academic departments, have teamed up to sponsor an event titled “Did God Survive the Holocaust: A Jewish/Catholic Conversation.”
The discussion will take place at 7 p.m Monday in the EMU Student Center Ballroom.
Eastern Michigan University’s Student Center Ballroom was packed with students, faculty and others for a debate last Monday evening.
The College of Business at Eastern Michigan University offers experience to business students through the Entrepreneur Internship Program.
Assistant City Attorney Karl Barr said he would most likely be filing in circuit court mid-December to abate the Thompson Building at 400 N.
Last Monday, Governor Jennifer Granholm addressed the packed Student Center Ballroom regarding the loss of the Michigan Promise Scholarship.
Announcing a major expansion of the war in Afghanistan, President Barack Obama on Tuesday said the swift deployment of 30,000 troops would be enough to break the Taliban before the soldiers begin coming home in mid-2011 – a bet he is making because the U.S. cannot afford a drawn-out, costly campaign.
CHICAGO – Senora Desiree cries when she talks about her only son, who is HIV-positive. The fact the 18-year-old has been barred from visiting Chicago only heaps humiliation on top of her pain.
WASHINGTON _ The broadest revamp of financial regulation in seven decades cleared a key congressional committee Wednesday and will move next week to debate on the floor of the House of Representatives.
For hundreds of years, politics has been a man’s game. The White House Project is determined to change that. The project is a non-profit organization whose goal is to get women into politics and leadership roles. It is done through teaching women how to run campaigns.
A vehicle owner returned to the hoyt lot at 11:20 a.M. To find the side mirror was taken from the parked vehicle.
A trio spent its summer shooting high-frequency waves at the sky. Fired from an advanced facility in Gakona, Alaska the waves stirred up Earth’s upper atmosphere, also called the ionosphere.
Dr. Paul (Joe) Ramsey was struggling with his undergrads. Ramsey, an assistant education professor at Eastern Michigan University, wasn’t seeing his students making the proper connections in his SOFD 328-W class, Schools for a Diverse and Democratic Society.
The 19-year-old Ypsilanti resident arrested in the May shooting death of 18-year-old Cortez Donald pled guilty to second-degree murder.
The information is according to a Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office release, which said Daniel Haywood pled guilty to a felony firearm charges in addition to the murder charge.
The release said Haywood could face a minimum of 20 years in prison with the two convictions.
The original incident took place on May 28, near Donald’s home at the 200 block Kirk Street in Ypsilanti Township.
Last Friday, Snow Health Center opened its doors for students to receive the H1N1 vaccination.
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama insisted last week that U.S. cannot afford a lengthy nation-building effort in Afghanistan -- but limiting U.
MILWAUKEE— Mop-up from the massive fish kill continued on the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal Friday, and while officials said they’ve killed thousands of fish, as of Friday afternoon only one of them was confirmed to be an Asian carp.
PHILADELPHIA— Saturday, Dec. 6, 1941, was payday. By the time various deductions were made, John Joniec and his Army buddies in Schofield Barracks had little money left.
So they spent the day hanging out, shooting the breeze.
Professor Juan R. Cole of the University of Michigan’s History department addressed the situation in the Middle East on Thursday evening in the Student Center.
Ypsilanti City Council will likely be discussing the merits of contracting dispatch for police and fire departments through the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office.
After a presentation during last Tuesday night's City Council meeting, City Manager Ed Koryzno said the group would likely be taking the matter up for discussion during its meeting later this month.
He said the matter can be decided by resolution of Council, which would not require publication or a public hearing.
During his presentation to City Council, Lieutenant Paul DeRidder – acting chief for the Ypsilanti Police Department, said the city could realize more than $89,000 in cost savings if the plan is approved.
Last Monday, the Ypsilanti Downtown Development Authority’s Design Committee looked at nine bids from four sign contractors for the signal tower at the corner of Cross and River streets in Depot Town.
A motion from DDA member Sandee French to accept a design from Huron Signs was seconded by Scotty James, DDA board member and design committee vice-chair.