The Ypsilanti City Council approved a resolution authorizing the park improvement cost schedule at their bi-weekly meeting on Tuesday, April 16.
A live blog of the Ypsilanti City Council meeting Tuesday, April 16.
Several propane tanks exploded at Ann Arbor Welding Supply at around 12:40 p.m. on Thursday, April 11. The incident was handled by Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety.
Women in Philanthropy and the Creative Science Inquiry Experience program (CSIE) hosted the first SolvEMU -- a critical thinking competition in the Student Center on Friday, April 5.
The police blotter is a collection of the criminal going-ons at Eastern Michigan University for the week of April 1 through April 7.
Vee Kennedy and the English Graduate Students Association organized the third annual EGSA Conference on Friday, April 5.
Tuesday’s city council meeting saw the appointment of Frances McMullan as permanent city manager and Andrew Hellenga as permanent city clerk. The meeting also saw the passing of four other resolutions in the city.
A live blog from News Editor Dominic Sevilla on Tuesday's city council meeting.
Eastern Michigan University hosts the 39th Undergraduate Symposium
The police blotter is a collection of the criminal going-ons at Eastern Michigan University for the week of March 25 through March 31.
The Student Senate passed a resolution that urges the administration to keep the students best interests in mind, if planned to go forward with a public-private plan for housing on campus.
Ethan Smith and Hajer Abuzir won the student body election for president and vice president. The unofficial results posted Thursday night declared them the winners.
Eastern Michigan University's police blotter for the week of March 18-24.
Elsie S. Ott: the First woman awarded a U.S. Air Force Air medal, 1943.
Students from local high schools joined EMU staff, faculty and students in celebrating the 11th Annual César Chávez Day of Celebration. Activities and presentations celebrated Latinx-American culture, addressed the lack of Latinx economic mobility and highlighted the importance of receiving a college degree.
Ypsilanti City Council voted to pass an amendment that regulates the areas of the city where the sale and recreational use of firearms can be located at.
Student Sen. Kirk Suchowesky announced on Saturday, March 5 that he’s suspending his campaign for Student Body President.
The student body elections are quickly approaching. Ethan Smith was the first to announce his candidacy for student body president and hopes his voice will speak volumes to the administration.
A conversation between Chris Yeadon, who is the director of dining services, and the Student Senate about dining on campus. Focusing on more options for religious and vegetarian/vegan diners as well as changes that they have made to places like the Crossroads Marketplace and the Eastern Eateries.