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Eight games into its 2011 season, the Eastern Michigan University volleyball team garnered its seventh consecutive win as it defeated Youngstown State 3-1 (25-20, 25-16, 18-25, 25-20). This marks the Eagles’ longest win streak since opening the 2010 season with a perfect 8-0 record.
The Eastern Michigan University football team was scheduled to kickoff its 2011 campaign against Howard University at 7 p.m. on Saturday, September 3. The players showed up, the coaches were there, the stands were filling up, but as of right now, we still don’t have score. The only person you can thank is Mother Nature.
Construction of Eastern Michigan University’s 9/11 memorial is under way at Pease Park, located between Pease Auditorium and Cross St., and a brief observance is scheduled to take place at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 11, according to a release sent to the campus community.
There have been plenty of new faces added to Eastern Michigan University’s football roster, especially on the defensive side, but one name sticks out. Sophomore corner, Marlon Pollard, rated a four-star recruit by Rivals and Scout chose to leave the University of California Los Angeles to join the Eagles.
His name is down in the books at the University of Michigan as the all-time leading rusher and is now in the books as an offensive quality control coach for Eastern Michigan University’s Football Team. On August 17, 2011 head coach Ron English announced Mike Hart will be joining the Eagles staff.
Last September the Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team self-reported NCAA violations. Almost a year later, the team has a received a Notice of Inquiry, the NCAA’s formal way to inform the team that it is opening an investigation.
Eastern Michigan University’s College of Business dean, David Mielke, announced today he plans to step down and return to the faculty at the end of the 2011-12 academic year, according to university officials.
Mired in a year long slump, Brandon Inge watched the Tigers trade for Royals third baseman Wilson Betemit on Wednesday to serve as his replacement down the stretch. It was a move that was hard to swallow for the longest tenured Tiger, but Inge handled it with the class that made him a fan favorite over the last 11 years in the Motor City.
The Washtenaw County Health Center opened two cooling centers in response to the excessive heat warning that lasted until 10 p.m. Thursday.
At approximately 11:30 a.m., the PNC Bank located on Golfside Drive and Clark Road in Ypsilanti was robbed.
During today’s Finance and Audit Committee meeting, Eastern Michigan University Chief Financial Officer John Lumm recommended a 3.65 percent increase in tuition and fees to the Board of Regents.
I commend state Rep. Hugh Crawford, chairman of the House Regulatory Reform Committee for not preceding with a bill that would ban owning a pit bull terrier in Michigan. According to a Detroit News article, state Rep. Tim Bledsoe wanted to enact a law that would make breeding them illegal after one year and owning them illegal after 10. The pit bulls I know are playful and love to lick away. My friends and neighbors should not be made criminals for other irresponsible dog owners.
Eastern Michigan University’s All Union Council, which encompasses five bargaining units at the university, has rejected President Susan Martin’s proposal to forfeit a 1.5 percent pay raise and has instead urged her to cut athletics and administration positions.
President Barack Obama confirmed to the nation Osama Bin Laden was killed at a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan after a firefight some time on Sunday. Bin Laden, the mastermind behind the Sept. 11,2001 attacks, was killed by U.S. special forces in a mansion.
Eastern Michigan University Provost and Executive Vice President Jack Kay has announced he will step down from his post at the end of June.
Eastern Michigan University President Susan Martin released an April update detailing “initial actions” the university plans to take — such as implementing a pay freeze for the 2011-2012 fiscal year for all employees not under union contract — in response to Governor Rick Snyder’s proposed 15 percent reduction in state funding.
In an update sent out to the campus community, Eastern Michigan University said they have reason to believe the former student employees used the obtained personal information to file fraudulent tax returns in the March 9 security breach.
For the full story, see ‘Woman assaulted in Phelps’
Eastern Michigan University has chosen two alumni to deliver commencement addresses for the dual April 16 graduation ceremonies.
Eastern Michigan University alumnus Paul Fales was located in Japan and reunited with his parents Monday night via Skype on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 broadcast.