3/6/2017, 12:52pm

A firefighter's fuel

“Lewis? Lewis! Where are you? I can’t see you?” the woman screams in full panic. The woman is pinned between the front seat and steering wheel of her now destroyed truck.

3/6/2017, 12:49pm

U.S. and Russia tensions rise over Flynn

Russian and U.S. tension has finally come to rest, at least without us knowing. Michael Flynn, national security advisor to President Trump, was asked to resign after misleading Vice President Pence and other White House officials about a conversation between Flynn and the Russian ambassador to the United States. Like any good politician, President Trump tried to direct attention away from this story, by creating another story that would grab more ratings.

3/6/2017, 12:46pm

Kapamilya Club introduces campus to Filipino culture

The Kapamilya Club (Kapa) plans on having a major impact at Eastern Michigan University by expanding knowledge of Filipino culture on campus. Kapa discussed their upcoming events, volunteer work, and community involvement to spread Filipino American representation to EMU and neighboring campuses at their weekly meeting, Thursday, Feb.

2/26/2017, 10:29pm

News Briefs: Feb. 26

EMU’s president James Smith to be inaugurated James M. Smith – Eastern Michigan University’s 23rd president – will be inaugurated at Pease Auditorium, March 2 at 2 p.m.

2/5/2017, 11:56am

President Trump's travel ban affects EMU students

Several students at Eastern Michigan University expressed the negative effects they have began to experience following the executive order on international travel President Donald Trump issued. The executive order has affect students lives and their future in the United States.

1/29/2017, 7:55pm

News Briefs: Jan. 29

Part-time lecturers teaching award nominations close Tuesday Nominations for the 2016 EMU-FT Part-Time Lecturers Distinguished Teaching Awards close Tuesday, Jan.

1/26/2017, 1:54am

EMU welcomes new regent Alexander Simpson

 Alexander Simpson, one of the newly appointed members of Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents, was welcomed to EMU through a town hall meet and greet.

1/25/2017, 1:54am

Following more sanctions protesters label EMU's president a racist

Following Eastern Michigan University’s office of student conduct issuing 16 additional student sanctions, over 100 students led a protest through the Student Center carrying a large sign that read, “EMU’s President is a racist." The sanctions follow several prior student sanctions that stem from conduct violations reported the night of the student led sit-in that took place in the Student Center in early Nov.

1/22/2017, 6:05pm

News Brief: Jan. 22

EMU student receives 2017 Outstanding Teachers Assistant Award Wendy Dorman, Eastern Michigan University graduate student and assistant teacher, was awarded the 2017 Outstanding Teachers Assistant Award from the National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT). According to a press release, Dorman was nominated for going above and beyond standard teaching assistant responsibilities to improve the quality of education for students.