NEWS


10/19/2019, 11:59pm

Police Blotter: Oct. 14 - Oct. 19

The police blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of Oct. 14 through Oct. 19.


10/14/2019, 10:29pm

Created Equal takes a stand on EMU campus

The organization Created Equal displayed graphic images of abortion on campus on Oct. 9. The organization stages a protest on abortion every year on the south side of campus next to Porter and King Hall. Student Government provided students with information on how to avoid the area if they did not want to see the display. 


10/13/2019, 3:52pm

EMU alumnus premieres film When It Breaks at the State Theatre

On Sat. October 12, EMU alumnus Todd Tue premiered his film 'When It Breaks' at the State Theatre in Ann Arbor. The documentary film follows special education teacher and musician Konrad Wert, also known as his stage name Possessed by Paul James, as he tours the country with his family for a year. 


10/13/2019, 12:45pm

Police Blotter: Oct. 7 - Oct. 12

The Police Blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of Oct. 7 through Oct. 12.


10/13/2019, 12:44pm

Office of Community Wellness donates 100 iClickers to aid students

In a Senate Meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 8, Speaker of the House Taylor Lawrence shares the progress of the iClicker project. The Office of Community Wellness donated 100 iClickers, and Lawrence applied for a grant from the Women in Philanthropy to expand the project. This project will allow students access to tools to enhance their education without having to spend more money.


10/12/2019, 12:24pm

Miscommunication evident in allocation processes

The Business and Finance Committee allocated $1,443 to EMU Gospel Choirs last winter semester. The funds were never transferred to the organization’s account after paperwork was likely misplaced during the allocation process. The Senate passed a resolution on Tuesday, Oct. 8 to allocate the original amount plus $57 as an apology to the organization.