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LaTosha Brown addressed EMU for “Who Will Save American Democracy? The Role of Women, Young Voters, and People of Color in American Politics” (Photo courtesy of Steve Bryant).

LaTosha Brown addressed EMU for “Who Will Save American Democracy? The Role of Women, Young Voters, and People of Color in American Politics” (Photo courtesy of Steve Bryant).

3/2/2021, 4:29pm

LatTosha Brown presents “Who Will Save American Democracy? The Role of Women, Young Voters, and People of Color in American Politics”

Activist and expert on Black voting rights and suppression, LaTosha Brown spoke about the future of American democracy in a Black History Month keynote address on Feb. 24.

In Black History Month keynote address, LaTosha Brown, expert on Black voting rights and voter suppression, spoke on the future of American democracy.


3/1/2021, 9:59am

The University of Michigan’s Michigan Medicine holds 'Virtual Town Hall: COVID-19 and the African American Community'

The University of Michigan’s Michigan Medicine holds "Virtual Town Hall: COVID-19 and the African American Community." The virtual event was sponsored by the Program of Multicultural Health in collaboration with the Ministerial Alliance of Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor and Vicinity, Messias Temple Church, and St. Joseph Mercy Hospitals (SJMHS) in Ann Arbor and Chelsea.


2/23/2021, 6:19pm

Campus-Area Crime Map: Feb. 10 through Feb. 21

The campus–area crime map is a report of criminal activity that has been reported in the Ypsilanti-area as well as on the campus of Eastern Michigan University through the week of Feb. 10 through Feb. 21.


2/8/2021, 7:06pm

Virtual Speed Friending provided for EMU students to meet new people

Eastern Michigan University’s Campus Life and Office of Wellness & Community Responsibility presents Virtual Speed Friending, every Thursday through the end of the semester. The event series is co-hosted by EMU students, Isabel Berg and Keri Geis, for EMU students to be able to make new friends with other students.


1/20/2021, 1:08pm

Eastern Michigan University students launch job search website to fill roles at small businesses in the Ypsilanti and the Downriver community

Eastern Michigan University (EMU) student Collin Clem and recent EMU graduate Anthony Levesque have worked together to launch a website that works to help small businesses fill entry level positions. The website, Employee RoundUp, is aimed to help students and other individuals with limited skills fill positions in the Ypsilanti and Downriver areas.