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Eastern Michigan University’s Eleanor Wright chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America will host the first PRSSA Talent Forum at 6 p.m.
Eastern Michigan University’s chief information officer held “Coffee with the CIO” Friday, Jan.
A piece of history contiguous with Ypsilanti will be preserved for future generations because a remnant of the industrialized war effort from the World War II-era has been saved from destruction. After raising more than $5 million, the Yankee Air Museum will relocate into the old Willow Run bomber plant, and the move is scheduled to take place in the summer of 2017.
Veterans Day is a chance for Americans to thank those who served in the U.S. military, and some Eastern Michigan University student veterans gave a glimpse into what the holiday means to them and spoke about what’s going on around campus on Tuesday - including a look at the location for EMU’s new Military and Veterans Resource Center.
The 13th annual Norwegian Foot March was held Saturday at the University of Southern Indiana, and four cadets from Eastern Michigan University’s Reserve Officers Training Corps participated in the event and marched 18.6 miles in roughly four hours.
Michigan State Representative David Rutledge spent Wednesday shadowing Eastern Michigan University Honors College student and contest winner Andrea Mellendorf.
There have been 4,400 hundred deaths in Western Africa caused by the Ebola virus, and the recorded outbreak has reached U.S.
Student veterans at Eastern Michigan University can now receive advice and counseling from a retired Army officer with more than 20 years of military experience.Michael Wise was hired as the new assistant director of veteran services, and he began work Monday, Sept.
Eastern Michigan University scholars filled the student center ballroom Tuesday evening for the first Honors College Star Lecture with speaker Heather Neff, an English professor and director of the EMU McNair Scholars Program.
The veteran community has been at the forefront of America’s attention due to a decade of continuous warfare, but some Eastern Michigan University scholars said many of their fellow service members are reaping benefits they did not earn.EMU junior Ken Gergely served nearly 13 years in the Marines as infantryman and deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan seven times.