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Miller wins presidential election

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The Desmond Miller/Steven Cole ticket was named the winner of the 2014 Eastern Michigan University Student Government Presidential election on Saturday. The write-in ticket of Fatma Jaber/Chris VanWashenova was disqualified for multiple campaign violations, according to a report issued by student government Election Commission Chair Nto Mbeng Agbor.

DPS expanding patrol borders

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More crime has been reported on Eastern Michigan University’s daily crime logs as EMU’s Department of Public Safety has expanded its patrol borders. It is important to remember that because more crime is being reported, it does not mean it was not happening before. It shows the investment in new officers by EMU and the ability of the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department and the Ypsilanti City Police Department to work together are creating a safer Ypsilanti community.

Desmond Miller officially named winner in Presidential election

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The Desmond Miller and Steven Cole ticket was named the winner of the 2014 Eastern Michigan University student government presidential election this evening. Write-in ticket Fatma Jaber and Chris VanWashenova has been disqualified for multiple campaign violations, according to a report issued by student government Election Commission Chair, Nto Mbeng Agbor.

Police Blotter

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April 11 The Department of Student Conduct and Community Standards reported to police that a loud verbal dispute occurred between two students at Pittman Residence Hall. Police documented the incident and verbally warned both students.

Dine and donate event at Tower Inn Thursday

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On Thursday, the American Red Cross and the International Business Student Association of Eastern Michigan University will be sponsoring a charity dine and donate event at the Tower Inn Café, Bar and Grill located on 701 W. Cross St. Ypsilanti, Mich.

Police Blotter

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April 8 Police were called to Sellers Residence Hall at 10:03 p.m. to respond to the odor of marijuana coming from a student’s room.

BREAKING: Election investigation details leaked

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A source close to the investigation of the Student Government Presidential election leaked detailed information regarding campaign improprieties committed by write-in candidate Fatma Jaber.

Student Government election commission continues investigation

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The March 27 election results for student government president and vice-president are still in limbo as the Student Government Election Commission continues to investigate reports of improprieties to the election process.

Former student charged with larceny

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Eastern Michigan University police officers arrested former EMU student Ian Evans Ratke on Saturday. Ratke was arrested for multiple larcenies committed at the Bruce T.

Police Blotter

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A female student may be charged with making a false police report. She told police she was assaulted and robbed at the Convocation Center and later admitted that to be a fabrication. The matter has been sent to the county prosecutor’s office and the student may also face discipline under the Student Code of Conduct and Community Standards.

‘Graduate at the Podium’ lets students present research

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There are places in the world that would rather see a woman dead than educated. Thankfully for Zeinab Moughnia, Eastern Michigan University is not one of those places.

Student government election results on hold

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The election for Eastern Michigan University’s Student Government’s Senatorial, Presidential ended on March 27, but a winner of the Presidential election has yet to be declared due to ongoing campaign investigations.

Police Blotter

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March 27 Officers were called to Best Residence Hall at 2:37 a.m. to respond to a verbal altercation in the parking lot.

Obama visits Ann Arbor to talk minimum wage

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President Barack Obama toured Ann Arbor on Wednesday to promote a bill written to increase minimum wage from $7.40 an hour to $10.10 an hour. The bill will soon be brought before Congress.

Student charged with several cases of larceny

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Police obtained a warrant to search Ogunade’s room from an investigation regarding a larceny that occurred on Feb. 9. Several students using the recreation center’s facilities reported missing belongings left in unlocked lockers.

Alum returns to discuss life as a diplomat

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Julie A. Eadeh has lived in more countries than many people have lived in houses – Saudi Arabia, Iraq, China and Qatar to name a few. Her journey through life has roots to Eastern Michigan University, where she received her degree in history. On Monday, she came back to EMU to talk to students about possibly following her career path as a diplomat for the United States of America in the Department of State.

Title IX plays major role in dealing with sexual assault on college campuses

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In January 2014, The White House Council on Women and Girls reported that approximately 1 in 5 women has been sexually assaulted while in college.

Police Blotter

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March 20 A female student reported being assaulted by her boyfriend at 11:48 a.m. The victim does not wish to press charges.

Board of Regents Subcommittee Briefs

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Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents round-up for March 25.

Police Blotter

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March 13 Police investigated a report of a sexual assault occurring off campus in April 2013. The victim has chosen to not press charges. The case remains open.

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