9/29/2019, 4:16pm

Laugh-A-Minute-Enterprises and Campus Life Host Comedy Night

On the evening of Sept. 26, students filled the Student Center Auditorium to enjoy a free comedy show hosted by Laugh-A-Minute-Enterprises and Campus Life. At the event, L.A.M.E. members showed off their comedic talent through performances such as improv games and ad-lib hilarity. 

9/29/2019, 3:52pm

Police Blotter: Sept. 23 - 29

The police blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of September 23 through September 29.

9/29/2019, 2:25pm

MAP provides students the opportunity to address issues of minority participation

Through the MAP organization, students can share ideas on topics related to minorities and philosophy, meet and support peers and learn from philosophy departments. MAP’s first meeting is on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at 5 p.m. in the History and Philosophy lounge. If interested, please contact Borges at sarellan@emich.edu to let him know you will be attending. 

9/29/2019, 2:09pm

Boubacar Toure is set to make an impact for the Eagles after major improvements

Eastern Michigan’s men’s basketball team has seen many additions to the program in recent years and Boubacar Toure has been one to standout amongst the rest. The Senegal native is a 7’0” center who made his way to EMU in 2018. Before his arrival to Eastern Michigan, Toure played collegiate basketball at Grand Canyon University. He started his career as a redshirt freshman during the 2015-16 season. 

9/29/2019, 2:08pm

EMU women's basketball finalizes 2019-20 roster

The Eastern Michigan University’s women’s basketball team has an updated roster going into the 2019-20 season. The current 14-player roster consists of two freshmen, one transfer and 11 returners. The Eagles picked up freshmen guards, Aaliyah Stanley and Constance Chaplin for the upcoming season. 

9/29/2019, 1:03pm

EMU club baseball team hosts Autism Acceptance Game

Eastern Michigan's club baseball team played more than just a game on Tuesday, Sept. 24 as they were playing an Autism Acceptance Game against the University of Michigan. During the game, they sold Autism Awareness ribbons and were able to raise over $500 to donate to the Autism Alliance of Michigan. It was a very close game until Michigan scored twice in the sixth inning, putting them up 4-0 as they won behind a no-hitter from Raj Sharma. 

9/29/2019, 12:54pm

Reviewing the first month of the Eagles football season

The Eastern Michigan Eagles hold the best record in the Mid-American Conference at 3-1 after one month of play. This is just the second time in head coach Chris Creighton's tenure in Ypsilanti that the Eagles have gotten off to such a start. The Eagles have wins over Coastal Carolina, Illinois and Central Connecticut State. The loss was on the road against Kentucky. 

9/28/2019, 11:57am

EMU Office of the Ombuds present to Student Government

The Office of the Ombuds is a resource for the Eastern Michigan University community to take advantage of when faced with any concern. The office helps to resolve issues, coach through conflicts and act as a neutral resource while investigating grievances through EMU. Ombuds came to the Sept. 24 Student Government meeting to make themselves known so that members in Student Government can point individuals in their direction to receive help as well as be a resource to the office when looking into different policies here on campus.

9/26/2019, 11:33pm

Around the MAC: Eastern Michigan stole the show with last-second victory over Central Connecticut State

The action has been tighter than ever with one month now behind us in the 2019 college football season. Teams combined for just a 3-6 record in a tough week overall for the Mid-American Conference. Eastern Michigan is the first team with three wins after their victory over Central Connecticut State, thanks to late game heroics from Matthew Sexton. The Eagles will take on rival Central Michigan on Oct. 5 following their bye week.

9/26/2019, 10:09pm

EMU wide receiver stays humble despite a strong start to his 2019 campaign

Just four games into his sophomore season, wide receiver Dylan Drummond leads all Eastern Michigan receivers with 19 receptions as the team finished their non-conference schedule with a 3-1 record. Drummond has become an essential part of the Eagles' offense, forming great chemistry with senior quarterback Mike Glass III but the wide receiver still isn't satisfied.