EMU student Tia Jackson was flying back to Detroit on Tuesday, Jan. 21 when she said that she was sexually assaulted by a man sitting next to her.
EMU held its fall 2019 commencement ceremony on Dec. 15, 2019. In total, over 2,300 students were eligible to walk in the ceremony. U.S. Sen. Gary Peters was the commencement speaker, and he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Public Service degree.
Dr. Paul Leighton, who currently serves as the Chair of Swoop’s Advisory Board, addressed the board of regents on behalf of Swoop’s Pantry, saying that Swoop’s has seen a 50% increase in demand from last year. He has asked the board for additional storage space within Pierce Hall.
Hip hop sensation Juice WRLD, a rapper from the Chicago area whose real name is Jarad A. Higgins, was reported dead on Sunday Dec. 8 according to the Associated Press.
Sen. Peters was first elected as a U.S. Senator from Michigan in 2014, following a long history of public service. Peters has been approved as commencement speaker for the Dec. 15 ceremony.
The team earned their third title in franchise history this past season and set a school record.
Officials have stated that there are no major concerns regarding the smell and that no action is needed.
The humanity of the situation is often forgotten when discussing the immigration crisis. When Trump tries to stoke fear through incorrect claims regarding migrant caravans, lost jobs, or drugs and crime, it is forgotten that these are human beings whose lives have been filled with such adversity that they are willing to do whatever it takes to get even a slight opportunity at a better life.
Opinion: Whitmer administration should make Benton Harbor high school a shining example of school reform
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has been taking heat lately for her administration’s handling of the troubled school district of Benton Harbor Area Schools. Whitmer’s administration planned to close the district’s only high school because of its historically low academic performance and the fact that the district is more than $18 million in debt.