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Local Ypsilanti artist, KidJay, auditioned for America’s Got Talent performing his song “Golden Child”.
The 16th annual “Tim Esch Scouting for Food Birthday Party” raised 60,000 meals while raising awareness and helping local food insecurity in the community. It was hosted by local Boy Scout Troop 4.
Professional jazz musicians will be performing every Friday at Frog Island Park in Ypsilanti, MI free of charge to attendees.
Board of Regents meeting includes discussion on a block tuition pricing model and recommendations for the 3D Arts Complex renovations
The Board of Regents meeting showcased recognition towards members of the EMU community such as athletic championship winners and award winning faculty, plus news regarding tuition and financial aid for EMU students.
Altogether, $4.6 million has been granted to the School of Art and Design at EMU for a proposed 3D Arts Complex. The recommendation to renovate will be voted on June 10 by the Board of Regents.
Via Zoom, the City of Ypsilanti discussed budget plans and more on May 4, 2021.
The EMU Board of Regents met on April 22, 2021 live on EMU’s YouTube channel. The next meeting will be held on June 10.
Student Government met with Debbie Dingell and passed 6 Resolutions at their last meeting of the school year
The last Student Government meeting of the 2020-2021 school year included a meeting with Congresswoman Debbie Dingell about important matters, with 6 new Resolutions proposed and voted on.
ECA student Brianna Davis started a petition on Change.org asking Eastern Michigan University to reconsider not extending the pass/fail option deadline during the Winter 2021 semester. Three EMU Student Government members are also organizing an email campaign asking students to urge the University to reconsider their decision.
Student Government discussed and voted on two resolutions regarding parking citations and voting last week
Two resolutions were passed at the latest Student Government meeting, hoping to have a conversation with parking a Eastern Michigan University and changing the bylaws regarding moving meetings surrounding election weeks.