2/11/2018, 9:52pm

EMU comes together to paint history

Almost 200 volunteers from all over Eastern Michigan University and the Ypsilanti community came to dedicate their time and efforts to paint 300 square feet of canvas. The mural is meant to represent the timeline of EMU and Ypsilanti divided into three sections: past activism, present, and future ambitions.

2/11/2018, 7:05pm

Board of Regents Announce New Health Center

YPSILANTI - Friday, Feb. 9, the Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents announced their plans to build a new primary urgent care facility on campus. This will be in collaboration with Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital, and Integrated Healthcare Associates (IHA).

2/4/2018, 2:49pm

EMU's Decision to Work with Academic Partnerships

YPSILANTI, MI – Recently there has been controversy between Eastern Michigan University and the American Association of University Professors (EMU-AAUP), headed by Union President, Judith Kullberg. The Union and faculty supporters are displeased with the terms of the contract made between EMU and Academic Partnerships (AP). 

1/28/2018, 10:51am

Philosophy department hosts first lecture of winter speaker series

Frustrated by the countless essays from his students on how men are oppressed as men, Higgins decided to present his research on how these claims can be flawed. In his lecture, “Three Hypotheses for Explaining the Alleged Oppression of Men,” he presents his findings and his own commentary following a questions from the attendees.

1/27/2018, 11:28am

Is EMU really safe?

More than 50 crimes involving sexual assault, theft, burglary, violence, vandalism, and harassments were reported on EMU’s campus within the first two months of the 2017 fall semester, according to the daily crime log. 

1/27/2018, 11:01am

EMU student Marawan Saadeldin talks on travel from Egypt

Eastern Michigan University’s newest ad campaign “You Are Welcome Here” shows that the university is proud to be a second home to many of the international students who decided to come to the United States and study there. One of the many international students that the university is host to is Marawan Saadeldin, an urban planning major and GIS minor from Alexandria, Egypt.