10/17/2016, 7:09am

News Briefs, Oct. 15

EMU's College of Business was ranked one of the nation's best business schools according to a 2017 edition of the Princeton Review's book, "The Best 294 Business Schools."

10/16/2016, 4:54pm

Police Blotter, Oct. 15

At 12:35 a.m. Department of Public Safety officials received a call regarding a stolen Microsoft Xbox controller taken from a room inside Best residence hall. The current status of this case is open.

10/14/2016, 11:58am

Fish Lake property to remain owned by EMU

Eastern Michigan University President James Smith met with Faculty Senate members on Wednesday, Oct. 12 to discuss the decision to sell EMU Kresge Environmental Center, also known as Fish Lake.

10/10/2016, 8:12am

News Briefs, Oct. 11

After giving out more than 20,000 pounds of food in its first year of operation, Swoop's Food Pantry has expanded to a larger site in Pierce hall at Eastern Michigan University. Swoop's Pantry, formerly housed in Marshall building, now consists of two rooms and has a waiting room across the hall.

10/9/2016, 5:36pm

Police Blotter, Oct. 8

At 2:32 a.m. a woman reported that she was sexually assaulted at an off campus residence on North Normal Street. The current status of this case is pending. At 5:59 a.m. a female subject reported that her roommate was intoxicated and in need of medical attention in Village building B. This case was closed on Oct. 2.

10/8/2016, 11:21pm

Dialogue following racist hate speech on EMU's campus

Eastern Michigan University Administration is in the process of working with black student leaders to form resolutions three weeks following the incidents of racist hate speech being painted on the wall of King Hall, and two days later being written in the stairwell of Wise Hall.

10/5/2016, 2:05pm

EMU Student Government senate meeting, Sept. 20

Eastern Michigan University senators voted on several resolutions ranging from discontent over dining service transparency, two provisional senator nominations, EMU Board of Regents candidate recommendations to Gov. Rick Snyder and student organization delegates. The three hour meeting was held on Tuesday, Sept. 20.

10/3/2016, 7:51am

Police Blotter, Oct. 1

At 12:33 a.m. the Department of Public Safety received a call regarding suspected marijuana use on the grounds at the Village building. Subjects were also arrested on warrants. This case was closed on Sept. 25.

10/3/2016, 7:42am

News Briefs, Oct. 1

Students were evacuated as smoke filled Putnam Residence Hall due to an accidental fire reported mid-afternoon on Monday, Sept. 26. The fire started when a hot curling iron came into contact with a mattress in a resident's room. While smoke filled Putnam Hall the fire was confined to that room.