Amy Cooper


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DIY street fair shows off local talent

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A DIY Street fair took place in Ferndale last weekend. The festival was an art and vendor event that catered to the local creative talents, allowing them to sell and exhibit their work.

The event had many items to offer including jewelry, sculptures and clothing.

News Briefs

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Alumni Art Exhibition The Ford Gallery will place host to Alumni to play catch up with the formers of EMU’s Art Department with a reception on September 17 from 4-7 p.m., with the exhibit open 10 a.m.

News Briefs

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EMU Alumni to share words of wisdom in Professional Development Event at the EMU College of Business on Sept.

The Ugly Mug is a Jack-of-all-trades

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In the true fashion of a hipster, I like to look for new or hot spots that are local and off the beaten path.

New Nursing Program gives hands-on experience

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St. Joseph Mercy Health System has partnered with EMU’s Nursing Program to provide an environment to accurately prepare nurses for the future in their careers.

EMU invests in tech improvements

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Classroom technology improvements are being made around campus this year for audiovisual technology and enhanced classroom upgrades.

Pease Turns 100

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The event held at Pease Auditorium was hosted as a centennial event for the building on Friday, June 27th, 2014.

Business students pioneer pizza app

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Students from the Master’s Degree Program in Integrated Marketing Communications at Eastern Michigan University achieved multiple awards in a contest for Domino’s Pizza by creating an order-driven application for smartphones.

Eastern offering leadership minor in the fall

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Eastern Michigan University has a new minor coming this fall called interdisciplinary leadership, which is set to expand knowledge and personal awareness skill sets in hopes of creating a worldly and organized student upon graduation.

Students, staff find problems with emergency alert system

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After a record breaking winter in Ypsilanti it seems as if the harsh weather shows no signs of stopping. Livingston and Washtenaw County were hit by a tornado earlier this month, along with others in the Midwest.

Aviation fraternity raises money, highlights program

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The smell of pancakes cooking on the griddle and the sound of “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins blaring over the loudspeakers welcomed visitors to the Eagle Flight Center at Willow Run Airport Saturday morning. Eastern Michigan University’s Alpha Eta Rho-Sigma Chi aviation fraternity hosted its annual pancake breakfast to exhibit unique aircrafts and highlight the university’s aviation program to the community and prospective future aviation specialists.

'Computational Thinking' attempts to change views of search engines

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Robert M. Panoff, Ph.D., came to Eastern Michigan University’s Student Center Monday to present a dynamic and interactive visual approach to enhance how people interact with the world. Panoff’s presentation, entitled “Computational Thinking for All: The Power and the Peril” was sponsored by Shodor, a non-profit organization in Durham, North Carolina.

Search for Associate Vice President continues

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Eastern Michigan University continued its search for a new Associate Vice President of Student Life on Wednesday in the Student Center. The final candidate, Timothy Wise, shared his ideas to advance EMU’s student support system. The other candidates, Calvin Phillips and John Berry, already presented their vision for the school.

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