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Banana beer a tasty treat

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College students have long considered beer to be one of nature’s basic food groups. Now they have good reason.

Annual Pancake Breakfast Fly-In held at Willow Run

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Eastern Michigan University’s chapter of Alpha Eta Rho, Sigma Chi, held its Annual Pancake Breakfast Fly-In at Eagle Flight Center, located at Willow Run Airport, on Saturday, May 18 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Student volunteers take pride in Ypsilanti

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Eastern Michigan University students took pride in Ypsilanti on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to noon, by volunteering for Ypsilanti P.R.I.D.E. Day, an annual event intended to nurture community pride and inspire local business growth through beautification of the city’s environment.

Washtenaw County: Safety belt enforcement zones begin today

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A special traffic enforcement period will be implemented beginning May 20 and going through June 2 in Washtenaw County, according to a Washtenaw County Sheriff’s media release.

Abducted: Ypsi woman found safe

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According to a press release from the Ypsilanti Police Department, Ms. Cook has been found and is secure.

Students take the next step

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Eastern Michigan University’s 2013 Spring Commencement was held April 28, at the Convocation Center, in two sessions.

Heart Walk sets new monetary goal

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The 2013 Washtenaw County Heart Walk will take place Sunday, May 19. The start location will be at Washtenaw Community College, located at 4800 E. Huron River Drive in Ann Arbor.

EagleMail to be improved

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Improvements to EagleMail settings will take place on Saturday, May 18.

Audits keep students on track

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All Eastern Michigan University students who have 95 or more credit hours are advised to complete a degree audit prior to graduating.

WEMU’S Clark Smith retires

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Clark Smith, 89.1 FM WEMU’s program director, retired May 3 after 30 years of service. He was originally hired on as the news director for the station in May 1983 and then named program director in 2007, according to a press release issued by WEMU.

Ypsi City Council considers solar power for city roofs

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The Ypsilanti City Council was asked for a policy commitment in favor of solar power for the city Tuesday night.

Niswender was drowned

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Details have emerged in the Niswender case as family members have told the Monroe Evening News that Julia Niswender, 23, was drowned in her bathtub.

Company offers $10,000 reward for information in Julia Niswender case

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A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person responsible for the death of 23-year-old Julia Niswender.

Miller, Monea new president, vice president

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Desmond Miller and Nino Monea are Eastern Michigan University’s new student president and vice-president elect, respectively.

Ypsi streetlight upgrade

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The cost per city parcel for the scheduled conversion of 260 mercury vapor streetlights to LED along the East Michigan Avenue and Ecorse area was discussed at a special Ypsilanti City Council work session Tuesday night.

Ypsi discusses hoophouses

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Ypsilanti City Council passed the first reading of the “Food Production Amendments” ordinance—omitting all wording pertaining to “hoophouses” or “greenhouses”—at its Feb. 19 meeting.

Ypsi to play role in DTE programs

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The City of Ypsilanti will be the first city to participate in two DTE Energy programs that will potentially save the city $23,000 annually in streetlight energy costs.

City Council addresses finances, millage

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Millage funds for public transportation in Ypsilanti are maxed out, Ypsilanti City Council member Peter Murdock said.

LGBT research being accepted for scholarship

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Proposals for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender student research are being accepted by Eastern Michigan University’s Center for the Study of Equality and Human Rights.

Snow removal rule may change to 24 hours

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Council member, Peter Murdock proposed an ordinance for snow removal at the Ypsilanti City Council meeting Jan. 8.

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