Super Tuesday voters at the EMU Honors College reveal who they voted for, and Dr. Beth Henschen of the EMU Political Science Department weighs in on who she believes can best contend with the Trump campaign.
As of Sunday evening, March 15, there are 53 reported cases of COVID-19 in the state of Michigan. Ypsilanti has declared a state of emergency and the community is stepping up to support its citizens through this uncertain time.
In this week’s news, EMU’s response to the global coronavirus outbreak, the university’s new contract with Civic Media Group, and information on a free tax preparation seminar for students.
The EMU men's baseball team is off to a rough start in their season with a ten-game losing streak. Caleb Burlingame (sports columnist) and Luke Gremban (sports reporter) explain why the boys are struggling.
If you’re like many EMU students, you’ve heard of The Office of the Ombuds, but you may not know who works there or the services they provide. Reporters Kylie Gilligan and Bianca Ramsey break down the who, what, and where of this department, and how it can help students with grade disputes, course withdrawal applications, and discrimination claims, and other policy-based issues.
On today’s episode, we’re bringing you an update in the search for Trey Matthews’ killer, and news on two new members of EMU’s student senate. Plus, what you need to know about this year’s Pride Prom.
On today’s episode, an overview of several decisions made by the EMU Board of Regents last Thursday, and a generous donation from alumni group GameAbove. Also this week, students have the opportunity to interact with therapy animals and take a free yoga class.
On today’s episode, news on parking updates for the city of Ypsilanti, how the Ypsilanti District Library is celebrating Black History Month, as well as exciting opportunities for students to get help with scholarships and finding their career path.
After August 1970, the name John Norman Collins more or less disappears from the headlines and news reports. It’s the end of an era. With Collins behind bars for life, the city can breathe again. But still, something just isn’t quite right. One man was convicted of a horrific act and is rightfully paying the price, yes. But seven families are still left wondering, mourning, and searching for answers.
On today’s episode, news on the death of an NBA legend, plans to bring a new Amtrak station to Ypsilanti, and a vegan potluck happening this week in Ypsilanti’s Depot Town.
On the third installment of our Michigan Murders Series, we take you back to the courtroom where it all happened and walk you through John Norman Collins’ trial. After a long year for Ypsilanti, Collins finally meets his fate.
On today’s episode, news concerning a robbery that happened just south of campus, info on EMU’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, as well as updates on the gymnastics and basketball teams.
How did Collins manage to completely avoid police attention for nearly a full year? And what was he doing in the two-year span between his first crime and his arrest? We take a closer look at the Michigan Murderer himself, and why no one expected that it would be John Norman Collins.
On today’s episode, news on the Ann Arbor City Council’s decision to approve two affordable housing developments. We’ll also be discussing the fall commencement ceremony, and how EMU’s LGBTQ resource center honors the lives of transgender individuals.
Between 1967 and 1989, seven young women, all between the ages of 13 and 23, were found dead in Washtenaw County. Listen to learn the who, what, when, where, and how of the real-life 50-year-old cold case known today as The Michigan Murders.
Between the summers of 1967 and 1969, seven young women were found dead in Washtenaw County. This launched a frantic manhunt for a serial killer in Ypsilanti. No one could have foreseen what the hunt would bring.
Information on this week’s upcoming event, including Giving True Day, the annual Celebration of Writing and a holiday concert in the Student Center.