The Faculty Affairs Committee meeting on Thursday, Feb. 7 set up to present three works to the Board of Regents on how they improve engagement within the community.
During the Student Affairs Committee meeting, the Board of Regents received presentations Thursday, Feb. 7 from the Student Affairs Professional Development, Diversity and Community Involvement (DCI), and Residence Hall Association (RHA). These brief presentations consisted of an overview and updates that each organization has improved to help better the student community here at Eastern.
Eastern Michigan University held its Board of Regents Education Policies Committee meeting Thursday, Feb. 7 at 9:45 a.m., one of five committee meetings prior to the full Board of Regents meeting at 1:30 p.m. later that day.
The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents met Thursday, Feb. 7 to review the Athletic Affairs Committee at Welch Hall. Here are some of the highlights of the meeting.
The use of a racial slur by an Eastern Michigan University professor sparked concern in an EMU student at the Board of Regents meeting on Thursday. That student is also the president of the student body.
Eastern Michigan University closed classes for three days last week due to extreme weather conditions, making it too dangerous for students and faculty to commute to campus as well as a safety concern to travel across campus.
The EMU Student Government hosted a forum to discuss the future renovations to the Rec/IM on Monday.
A summary of the criminal goings-on at Eastern Michigan University, January 28 to February 3, 2018.
The student senate appointed a new senator and discussed the upcoming weather during their bi-weekly meeting at the Student Center on Tuesday, Jan. 29.
One of the longest government shutdowns in our nation’s history has finally ended this past week on Friday, Jan. 25. Both political parties have three weeks until Feb. 15 to roll up their sleeves and come to a consensus over the border security.
Eastern Michigan University students were met with cold temperatures and a slick commute to and through campus with freezing rain hitting that area in the evening on Jan. 22.
Photos of new discriminatory messages that were painted on Eastern Michigan University’s Freedom Walls surfaced on social media. The photos began to appear online on the night of Saturday, Jan. 19.
President Trump signed a spending bill that reopened the government on Friday. The deal came 35 days into the longest shutdown in U.S. history.
On Jan. 19 and 20, video clips emerged showing a Native American man, identified as Nathan Phillips, and a group of high schools boys wearing “Make America Great Again” gear involved in a confrontation in Washington D.C. The story was trending on Twitter and quickly went viral, receiving coverage from news outlets all over the country.
Keith Boykin delivered a keynote address to Eastern Michigan University during the 33rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration to a full auditorium of students, faculty, staff, administrators and community members.
At the Martin Luther King Jr. statue located between Boone Hall and Welch Hall, dozens gathered for the annual commemorative march to honor King’s legacy and to reflect the historic 1965 Selma-Montgomery March done by thousands of non-violent demonstrators.
The Color of Drums Poetry Celebration, presented by Eastern Michigan University’s Poetry Society on Friday, Oct. 18, made it clear from the opening line that performers were there to speak boldly on what often goes unspoken.
Students and faculty members gathered to celebrate the beginning of Eastern Michigan University’s celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his accomplishments. Coming off the end of a march, the excited students and faculty who participated were greeted with food and a showcase of artwork from members of the community and students of EMU, with the latter hoping to receive one of three $500 scholarships.