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News Briefs, Oct. 21

International Conversation Club

Students of all ethnicities are encouraged to attend the International Conversation Club and participate in talks about various topics.

EMU institutes new pilot program to help student parents

Eastern Michigan University took its first steps in helping students who are parents graduate by approving a pilot parenting student support program for the 2015 winter semester.

The parenting student support program will work within the Women’s Resource Center.

Police Blotter, Oct. 21

Friday, Oct. 17,

It was reported that a male suspect was hiding inside of his car acting suspiciously at the Marriott Hotel parking lot on Huron Street at 1:14 a.m.

Students fight for food justice

Students on Eastern Michigan University’s campus are working to bring food justice to those in need.

Food justice is a term used to define and describe the work of eradicating food insecurity.

Fifth annual Clean Up Day sees turnout of over 700 recyclers

Stacks of trash were shuttled to Rynearson Stadium parking lot to be properly disposed of by the regional environmental recycling program presented by Washtenaw County on Saturday.

Celebrating the fifth annual Clean Up Day held at Eastern Michigan University, 700-900 recyclers showed up to safely discard their hazardous materials.

VISION holds challenge for student organizations

Haley Moraniec, coordinator for the Volunteer Challenge at the VISION Center, said that this is VISION’s first year doing “the challenge,” a program designed to familiarize students with social justice issues and get them involved with service projects.

“If all goes well, we plan to make it an annual challenge,” Moraniec said.

All student organizations were invited by Campus Life to participate.