NEWS


6/29/2019, 10:10pm

EMU raises student tuition for 2019 school year

At the June 13 Board of Regents meeting an increase of 4.4 percent was approved for undergraduate tuition. According to the Board of Regents, the State of Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency has recommended to the Governor a tuition restraint cap of 4.4 percent. This puts the undergraduate tuition increase at the state maximum. 


6/28/2019, 4:14pm

Police Blotter: June 9- June 21

The police blotter is a report of the criminal goings-on on and around Eastern Michigan University, during the weeks of June 9 through June 21. 


6/28/2019, 4:13pm

Police Blotter: May 25- June 8

 The police blotter is a report of the criminal goings-on on and around Eastern Michigan University, during the weeks of May 25 through June 8.  


1/20/2020, 12:00pm

January 20, 2020

In this week’s news, a vigil held in honor of a young man killed in Ypsilanti Township Park, info on CloseUP Theatre Troupe’s anticipated MLK performances, as well as an opportunity to become a part of the Eastern Pride Identity Coalition.


10/13/2019, 1:09pm

EMU's first ever accessibility crew working to make the theater experience enjoyable for all

Eastern Michigan University’s first ever accessibility crew will take action this winter during the EMU Theatre’s presentation of “Still Life with Iris.” Under the guidance of Elena SV Flys, EMU assistant professor of arts administration, the accessibility crew is responsible for designing the access services that will be available for three of the six performances that will take place in Quirk Theatre in Dec.  


10/6/2019, 12:29pm

Police Blotter: Sept. 30 - Oct. 4

The police blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of September 30 through October 4.


6/13/2019, 3:14am

Brief: EMU staffer convicted of financial crimes, accused of secretly recording his relative and boyfriend during sex

Channel 4/Click On Detroit revealed that an Eastern Michigan University employee is accused of recording a relative and her boyfriend participating in sex acts via hidden cameras. Michael Pickerel, an EMU alum and staff member at the College of Business’s Dean’s office, did not have hidden cameras on school property, but was placed on administrative leave on June 10 in relation to the accusations.