NEWS


11/2/2019, 2:47am

Dean of Students presents to the Board of Regents

Since the department’s formalization in 2016, the Dean of Students has received nearly 450 requests of notification for professors of student emergency absence. The office will provide solutions to students encompassing a variety of situations including student hospitalization, physical or mental health concerns, personal crisis or family emergency concerns. 


11/2/2019, 2:27am

EMU's Campus Life and Student Center team up to host Pumpkin Carving on the patio

The Student Center patio was filled with eager pumpkin-carving contest participants on Oct. 29. At the event, students were able to create all kinds of fun and spooky designs to celebrate Halloween at EMU. Not only could students participate in pumpkin-carving, they could also listen to music provided by DJ LiXxer, take Halloween photos in the photo booth, enjoy free hot chocolate and apple cider and enter giveaways from Amazon and the EMU Bookstore. 


10/28/2019, 5:07pm

Faculty engagement in student recruitment show positive effects on enrollment

Typically, faculty are not too engaged with the process of recruiting students. At the recent Regents meeting on Oct. 24, several faculty members showed how their programs were successfully increasing enrollment rates. It is hoped that the success of these programs will inspire other faculty campus-wide to develop their own programs to bring in more students to EMU.


10/27/2019, 4:18pm

Police Blotter: Oct. 21 - Oct. 26

The police blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of Oct. 21 through Oct. 26.


10/26/2019, 3:50pm

Trap Karaoke displays culture and history

Oct. 8, 2019 in EMU’s Student Center Ballroom, The Nation organized and put on EMU’s own Trap Karaoke event. The Ballroom was full of energy and self-expression as a community through singing, rap and dance.  


10/25/2019, 12:16am

Inequality of free speech on campus becomes concern for EMU Student Government

During the Senate meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, Senator Nick Galluzzo and representatives from Protect Life at EMU made the Student Government aware of the destruction of the pro-life chalk messages on campus. Planned Parenthood Next Generation said they did not encourage any destructive behavior from its members. Galluzzo said he plans to write a resolution addressing the inequalities evident in the current campus climate.