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Police blotter Feb. 6

Monday, Feb. 1, 2016.

  • A patrol car from the Department of Public Safety was flagged down near Downing, Monday and were told about two people arguing by the meters.

News briefs Feb. 6.

Students interested in an Early Childhood Education major will be able to explore the major in detail at a group advisory session, Monday, Jan.

Fatima Sidiqi discusses women in Islam

The Women’s and Gender Studies department held a program Wednesday, Feb 3, to discuss women in Islam.

Fatima Sidiqi presented “Jihadism and Escalation of Violence Against Women and Girls: Polices Combating Gender-Based Violence in the Middle East and North Africa.”

Sidiqi is considered an expert in women’s and gender studies and is a senior professor of linguistics and gender studies at Sidi Mohamed ben Abdella Univeristy in Morocco.

She talked about the term jihad, which has origins in the Koran and the Haddith.

EMU student creates scholarship through t-shirts

College can be tough, especially with the costs that comes with it.

Eastern Michigan student Joey Stinson found this out firsthand but decided to help out students in similar situations by creating a scholarship using money generated from T-Shirts that he designed.

Police blotter Feb. 2.

Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016.

  • A patrol from the Department of Public Safety pulled over a car on North Hamilton for a traffic violation at 2:13 a.m.

News briefs Feb. 2.

The Vision Volunteer Center is going to bridge the gap between EMU students interested in doing volunteer work and the charities that need volunteers.