NEWS


11/17/2019, 3:28pm

Alumni group GameAbove donates $3.5 million to Eastern Michigan University for faculty, staff and students

$2 Million has been gifted to the "GameAbove, Faculty First" initiative to support faculty, another $1.5 Million has been allocated to the "Students Matter Most" initiative.

It was announced Monday, Nov. 11, that GameAbove, an EMU alumni group, would be donating $3.5 millions  to faculty initiatives and development along with student needs. In their donation, GameAbove gifted $2 million to the "Game Above, Faculty First" initiative and $1.5 million to a second initiative under the name of "Students Matter Most.”


11/18/2019, 12:19pm

The film "Intelligent Lives" screens in EMU Student Center

On Fri. Nov. 17, the Eastern Michigan University College of Education and the Ann Arbor Individual Disability Education Advocacy Series (A2Ideas) co-sponsored a screening of the film Intelligent Lives at the EMU Student Center. Following the screening of the film, there was a panel discussion led by Heather Eckner, Janice Fialka and Dr. Carrie Filarski. 


11/17/2019, 3:14pm

Police Blotter: Nov. 11 - Nov. 16

The police blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of Nov. 11 through Nov. 16.


11/16/2019, 5:46pm

EMU club hockey receives no funding from senators this week

During the Business and Finance Committee Meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12, senators agreed to wait to allocate any further funding to EMU hockey until Director Mohammad Aggour met with the club’s president to discuss details of the costs. The committee did allocate funding to three student organizations. The committee allocated a total of $2,864.25 at this meeting.


11/10/2019, 4:46pm

Police Blotter: Nov. 4 - Nov. 8

The police blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of Nov. 4 through Nov. 8.


11/9/2019, 11:24am

Student Senate creates commission to tackle housing and food insecurity

During the Senate meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 5, Resolution 106-08, which was a proposal to start an ad-hoc committee to focus on the issue of food and housing insecurities on campus, was presented to senators. Senators also discussed Resolution 106-09, which would establish a fundraiser for the Student Emergency Fund where Student Government would match student donations that met certain criteria. Both of these resolutions were passed in unanimous votes.


11/3/2019, 12:00am

Pumpkins light up Frog Island Park at All Hallows Illumination

Jack-o’-lanterns get their final hurrah in Frog Island Park. To finish the Halloween season off strong, Ypsi residents of all ages bring their pumpkins to put on display for the whole community to see. The charmed evening also featured entertainment including fire dancing, a monster violinist, and a tarot card reader.