NEWS


12/11/2016, 9:02pm

Student sanctions following sit-in continue

Following the four racial slurs found on Eastern Michigan University’s campus and the original four students being sanctioned for their involvement in the Student Center protest in early November, more sanctions have followed and will continue. “We can’t identify all students involved because none of them gave us their identification.


12/5/2016, 8:04am

News Briefs, Dec. 5

EMU student wins third annual College Food Stars cooking competition Sarah Lewis Kourtni Talley, student at Eastern Michigan University student, won the grand prize of $1000 at Holiday Inn near the University of Michigan’s third annual College Food Stars cooking competition on Sunday, Nov. 13 for her Avocado Delight dish.


12/5/2016, 7:33am

Eun-Jung Katherine Kim lectures on ideology and human rights at EMU

Eun-Jung Katherine Kim, Ph.D., assistant professor of philosophy at Wayne State University, presented her lecture, “In the Name of Human Rights: The Difference Between an Ideology and Ideal of Human Rights” as part of the Eastern Michigan University Philosophy Speaker Series on Thursday, Dec.


12/5/2016, 7:29am

Police Blotter, Dec. 5

Monday, Nov. 28 At 2:26 a.m. a traffic stop was conducted at the location of St. John Street and Lowell Street where a subject was cited for minor in possession of intoxicants. This case closed on Nov. 28.


11/27/2016, 9:00pm

Police Blotter, Nov. 28

Sunday, Nov. 20 At 1:39 a.m. the Department of Public Safety received a call regarding an underage student found intoxicated inside of Downing residence hall. This case was closed on Nov. 20.


11/27/2016, 8:07pm

Police Blotter, Nov. 21

Sunday, Nov. 13 At 7:08 a.m. three GPS units were reported stolen from three cars at a location on South Huron Street. The offense was believed to have occurred between Saturday, Nov. 12 at 5 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 13 at 7 a.m. The current status of this case is open.


11/19/2016, 11:03am

EMU students sanctioned for involvement in sit-in

In response to four racial slurs found on Eastern Michigan University's campus, four students have been sanctioned by EMU's Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards for their involvement in the Student Center protest in early November. Since late September, several racial slurs have been discovered including:"KKK, Go Home N*****rs” spray painted on King Hall, ,"Leave N*****rs" spray painted on Ford Hall, "N*****rs" spray painted in the elevator of Hoyt Residence Hall and "N*****rs" spray painted in the stairwell of Wise Residence Hall. In response to these incidents over 200 students came together and marched from dorm hall to dorm hall to gather their overnight necessities then marched to the Student Center shortly after midnight, Sep.


11/14/2016, 12:12pm

Police blotter, Nov. 14

Sunday, Nov. 6 At 7:59 p.m. the Department of Public Safety received a call regarding a student's bike stolen from the racks near Best residence hall. This case was closed on Sunday, Nov. 13.


11/13/2016, 11:15pm

News Briefs, Nov. 14

EMU construction management students place second in national construction competition Six Eastern Michigan University construction management students placed second in a national pre-construction competition sponsored by the Associated Schools of Construction from Oct. 12 to Oct. 15 in Downers Grove, Illinois.


11/8/2016, 7:59pm

Police Blotter, Oct. 30

Sunday, Oct. 23 At 12 a.m. a minor was reported to be in possession of alcohol inside of Downing residence hall. The current status of this case is open.


11/8/2016, 7:56pm

Police Blotter, Nov. 7

At 4:02 a.m. the Ypsilanti Police Department apprehended a suspect for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs on the corner of Huron River Drive and Leforge Road. The status of this case is pending.


11/7/2016, 11:56am

Petition follows occupation of EMU Student Center

three students involved in the occupation of the Student Center are being pursued by Eastern Michigan University for violation of student conduct, in response EMU faculty has started an online petition demanding that administration drop charges against the students and begin to take a different approach to non-violent protest.