Steve Horwitz, PhD. hosted a presentation on Monday in the Halle library. The presentation centered on one key question: “Do we really need central banks?”.
On Friday, the Eastern Michigan University Advising and Career Development Center hosted an IT job fair in the Student Center. Representatives from 10 different companies set up individual stations in room 310 of the EMU Student Center. Students spoke with each of the representatives in an interview-like format.
“Tonight I want to talk to you about Syria, why it matters and where we go from here.”
The debate over the merit of online learning has gained momentum in recent years. This is especially the case in Michigan, which has seen a growth to 192 school districts allowing online learning from just 12 in 2009.
Michigan has one of the highest rates of registered sex offenders in the country.
Sascha Feuchert, a leading Holocaust expert, spoke to a full auditorium in Eastern Michigan University’s Student Center on Sunday.
More than 800,000 people filled the National Mall in Washington D.C. Monday to watch President Barack Obama take his oath for a second term in office.
Students and personnel were temporarily evacuated from Snow Health Center at about 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14. Fire and police were called in response to a suspicion of fire.
Businessman Bill Weatherstone spoke to a small group of Eastern Michigan University students Wednesday in the Student Center about the different aspects of working for a non-profit organization.
John D. Dingell, D-Dearborn, is a representative of Michigan’s Fifteenth Congressional District. Serving 29 terms in the United States House of Representatives makes him the House’s longest serving member.
The Eastern Michigan University political science department hosted a mock presidential debate in the ballroom of the Student Center Oct.
After the first presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the focus of the nation was to see how the debate affected both candidates in their campaigns.
As the presidential debate began in Denver, Colo. Oct. 3, roughly 60 Eastern Michigan University students packed the Walton/Putnam lounge to watch.
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