Articles (20 total)
A shooting near Eastern Michigan University’s campus on Thursday resulted in the death of a 21-year-old man.
Eastern Michigan University students march across EMU’s campus on Thursday as they demand the removal of fraternities, especially those involved in recent sexual assault cases.
Donald Scott, an EMU alumni, qualified for the triple jump at the Tokyo Olympics this year and hopes to bring home gold.
Eastern Michigan University has multiple buildings facing water damages after the heavy rainfall this past week.
Public Information Officer Susan Ringler-Cerniglia for the Washtenaw County Health Department and others share their issues and concerns after phase one of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution began on Jan. 11 in Michigan.
Affordability concerns arise over new Water Street development plan during Ypsilanti City Council meeting
The Ypsilanti City Council discussed the Kaufman Jacobs redevelopment plan for Water St., a 32-acre lot that has been open for development for over the past 20 years.
As the the 2021 winter semester quickly approaches, Clinical Therapist Katie Holden gives her advice to students who have had their mental health impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ypsilanti City Council votes to make it illegal to discriminate someone based on prior misdemeanor convictions
Ypsilanti’s Discrimination Ordinance now prevents “actual or perceived” discrimination based on someone’s prior misdemeanor and felony convictions. Victims of discrimination may file a lawsuit against anyone who violates the ordinance. Those who violate the ordinance may be subject to fines and state and federal law.