Eastern Michigan University is doing what it can to help support the community. In this weeks news, medical professionals will be permitted to stay in the Village Apartments and Campus Life has come up with a financial program to reimburse student organizations whose events have been cancelled.
2 EMU students and 1 faculty member have tested positive for COVID-19, and students have the option of a pass-fail grading system.
As of Sunday evening, March 15, there are 53 reported cases of COVID-19 in the state of Michigan. Ypsilanti has declared a state of emergency and the community is stepping up to support its citizens through this uncertain time.
In this week’s news, EMU’s response to the global coronavirus outbreak, the university’s new contract with Civic Media Group, and information on a free tax preparation seminar for students.
On today’s episode, we’re bringing you an update in the search for Trey Matthews’ killer, and news on two new members of EMU’s student senate. Plus, what you need to know about this year’s Pride Prom.
On today’s episode, an overview of several decisions made by the EMU Board of Regents last Thursday, and a generous donation from alumni group GameAbove. Also this week, students have the opportunity to interact with therapy animals and take a free yoga class.
On today’s episode, news on parking updates for the city of Ypsilanti, how the Ypsilanti District Library is celebrating Black History Month, as well as exciting opportunities for students to get help with scholarships and finding their career path.
On today’s episode, news on the death of an NBA legend, plans to bring a new Amtrak station to Ypsilanti, and a vegan potluck happening this week in Ypsilanti’s Depot Town.