NEWS


12/1/2017, 5:48pm

Center for Multicultural Affairs shows film "Indian School: the Survival Story"

Eastern Michigan University’s Center for Multicultural Affairs and the Native American Student Organization presented the documentary, “Indian School, the Survivor Story”, a film highlighting the experiences of Native Americans in the Indian Industrial Boarding School in Mount Pleasant, Michigan on Thursday, Nov. 30 at Halle Library. 


12/1/2017, 5:28pm

EMU celebrates #GivingTRUEDAY

With November being the month of giving, Eastern Michigan University holds Giving TRUE DAY as a way to raise funds and support different aspects of the university.


11/29/2017, 2:03pm

Photo Gallery: History of Black Jews in America

America’s most influential black rabbi, Capers C. Funnye, Jr., is spiritual leader of Beth Shalom B’nai Zaken Ethiopian Hebrew Congregation, Chicago. He also serves as chief rabbi of the International Israelite Board of Rabbis.


11/8/2017, 3:42pm

Latinx Student Association holds Dia de los Muertos Celebration

The Latinx Student Association (LSA) has been preparing for the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration all month. It took 10  people to set up an hour before the event began on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. Around 85 students signed into the event. However, it appeared that more than one hundred students attended the event to enjoy the night’s festivities. Students came in for various reasons including EMU’s Edge program, study table hours, and fun. 


11/8/2017, 3:37pm

Explore Eastern Open House introduces new students to EMU

EMU held Explore Eastern Open House to give first-year, high school, transfer, and graduate students a glimpse of what Eastern Michigan University has to offer towards their academic careers and what life would be as an Eagle.