LatTosha Brown presents “Who Will Save American Democracy? The Role of Women, Young Voters, and People of Color in American Politics”
In Black History Month keynote address, LaTosha Brown, expert on Black voting rights and voter suppression, spoke on the future of American democracy.
Ypsilanti City Council decides to continue street closures and discusses gun violence during Feb. 2 meeting
Ypsilanti City Council expressed concern over the recent increase in gun violence and voted to continue street closures for small businesses during the pandemic.
The first annual Gen. G Foundation scholarship was awarded to 11 students around the country, including EMU freshman Joaquin Pizana.
A virtual ceremony and concert was held on Saturday, Jan. 16 to honor the 2021 MLK Scholarship Award winners.
At the Convocation Center, the EMU police department organized a drive-through trick or treat on Friday, Oct. 30, followed by a drive-in movie.