With one hundred million people in the United States suffering from symptoms of chronic pain, the U.S. health care system was the main topic for the third installment of the Honors College Star Lecture Series at Eastern Michigan University on Tuesday, Dec. 6.
EMU student wins third annual College Food Stars cooking competition Sarah Lewis Kourtni Talley, student at Eastern Michigan University student, won the grand prize of $1000 at Holiday Inn near the University of Michigan’s third annual College Food Stars cooking competition on Sunday, Nov. 13 for her Avocado Delight dish.
In a collaborative effort to visually illustrate an educational and inclusive environment on Eastern Michigan University's campus, members of the EMU and Ypsilanti community are designing and painting a unity mural on Monday, Jan. 16.
In response to the multiple racist graffiti incidents on Eastern Michigan University's campus the EMU Faculty Senate hosted a day-long "Know Justice, Know Peace" teach-in on racism, diversity and inclusion on Monday, Nov.
EMU construction management students place second in national construction competition Six Eastern Michigan University construction management students placed second in a national pre-construction competition sponsored by the Associated Schools of Construction from Oct. 12 to Oct. 15 in Downers Grove, Illinois.
Four students who took part in the Student Center overnight occupation to protest the racial graffiti spray painted on several Eastern Michigan University buildings are currently facing one-year suspensions for their involvement in the sit-in.
Members of Eastern Michigan University's Student Government spoke with Bob Heighes, chief of EMU's Police Department, on Nov. 1 about EMU PD's ongoing investigation of the racial graffiti incidents on campus.
Bridget Mary McCormack, a Michigan Court Supreme Court Justice, has been selected as commencement speaker for Eastern Michigan University's fall commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 17.
Hundreds of people gathered outside of Ford Hall at Eastern Michigan University on Wednesday, Nov.
Actress Bellamy Young campaigns for Hillary Clinton at EMU Actress Bellamy Young, famous for her role as First Lady and Sen. Mellie Grant in the television series "Scandal," campaigned for Hillary Clinton at Eastern Michigan University's McKenny hall on Sunday, Oct. 30.