Bianca Ramsey


EMU alumna, Krystle DuPree, runs for Ann Arbor Board of Education

EMU alumna Krystle Dupree is running for Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education. If elected Dupree has three main goals as a Board of Education member: make the Board more accessible and accountable for the community; hire a more culturally responsive and representative staff; and increase the districts focus on Special Education.

Podcast: Swoop's Pantry Changes

Joelle Summers, the graduate assistant at Swoop's Pantry, discusses the changes that were made to accommodate the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Swoop's Pantry alters its procedure to practice social distancing

Swoop’s Pantry has changed its operational procedures to adhere to social distancing practices. Pantry users must fill out a form with their supply preferences and pick up a pre-made bag made by Swoop’s Pantry’s team.  To begin using Swoop’s Pantry for the first time, you must be registered for the current or upcoming term and fill out the intake form. 

Who are the Ombuds?

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.  

Our World, Our Story: A Conversation with Jay’Len Boone

Jay’Len Boone came to EMU’s Honors College to talk about his success as the eighth United States Youth Observer to the United Nations. An open panel discussion followed the lecture. This event was one of first this year in celebration of Black History Month.