NEWS


11/3/2017, 12:17pm

WGST department holds fall reception

Women’s and Gender Studies students met to connect with WGST professors, gain information on courses, and learn about community engagement opportunities in the WGST’s fall reception.


10/30/2017, 11:46am

QTPOCC hosts Queers Without Fears conversation

Abuse doesn’t look like it does in the movies. Chances are the picture you have in your head of somebody who would abuse or assault their partner is wildly inaccurate. This is one of many ideas put forth by the Eastern Michigan University Queer and Trans People of Color Collective’s Queers Without Fears Conversation.


10/30/2017, 11:42am

Board of Regents holds regular meeting

The Board of Regents approved a budget of $59 million in student aid for the 2018-19 academic year during its meeting over future actions for the university, among other decisions. 


10/30/2017, 11:40am

Black EMU alumni host 'Young and Successful'

“Love” by Kendrick Lamar featuring Zacari boomed as the room filled with black Eastern Michigan University students. Four rows of chairs for attendees were placed in front of a long table in the front of the room with six nametags placed at the edge. The nametags read from left to right: Danielle Clair Simpson, Alex Simpson, Choi Portis, Nicole Brown, Nick Patterson, and Tanasia Morton. 


10/26/2017, 11:18am

EMUBA holds "Young and Successful" panel

“Love” by Kendrick Lamar ft. Zacari boomed as the room filled with black EMU students. Four rows of about 15 chairs for attendees were placed in front of a long table in the front of the room with six name tags placed at the edge of it. They read from left to right: Danielle Clair Simpson, Alex Simpson, Choi Portis, Nicole Brown, Nick Patterson, and Tanasia Morton. 


10/23/2017, 8:19pm

Former EMU student arraigned for racial graffiti on campus

A former EMU student was arraigned Monday morning in the Washtenaw County District Court for the racial graffiti incidents on campus during the Fall 2016 semester.  Eddie Curlin, 29, who was already in jail for unrelated charges, was arraigned on three counts of malicious destruction of property, four counts of identity theft and one count of using computers to commit a crime stemming from vandalism incidents.