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Ron English relieved of duties as football coach

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Eastern Michigan University’s Vice President/Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Heather Lyke, announced Friday that coach Ron English had been relieved of his duties effective immediately.

Police Blotter

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Sept. 12
Nonstudents were seen arguing near the mailroom shipping and were issued disturbing the public peace around 7:04 p.m. A subject was arrested for possession of stolen credit cards on Huron River Drive around 6:35 p.m. A 1997 Honda Civic was stolen from the 2000 block of Ellsworth Road.

New faculty hires

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College of Arts and Sciences

African American studies

Ana Monteiro-Ferreira, of Philadelphia, Pa., assistant professor of African American Studies.

Police Blotter

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April 4
An act of vandalism was reported from Cornell Court Apartments around 10 p.m. A laundry machine was damaged by a group of Ypsilanti residents. Tenants testified to hearing banging sounds coming from the laundry room the previous night. One witness saw the group and identified it to Ypsilanti Police. The case was closed the next day.

Police Blotter

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March 29 A disagreement over owed money turned violent in the Mayhew lot. The two students involved met around 1:30 p.m., and within minutes the victim called DPS for help.

Roundup: Baseball splits; softball begins in Florida

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The Eastern Michigan University baseball team started off its season with a win against Kansas University in the first game of a double header Monday, taking the first game, 3-1, but dropping the second, 9-5.

In our opinion: State promises to its students should be kept

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When Gov. Jennifer Granholm signed the budget, she knew funding for the Michigan Promise Scholarship was not included.

Summer's finished

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Welcome back Eastern Michigan students and faculty. It’s that time again. Time to put away the shorts and sunglasses – if you were ever able to get them out – and pull on a sweater.

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