His House Christian Fellowship and the College of Business set up booths in the Student Center lobby Monday with the intention of informing students about their clubs and providing them with more information about how to join their respective causes.
Phonathon for EMU Foundation— Eastern Michigan University students are urged to sign up for the phonathon this spring. The funds that will be offered through callers of the phonathon are to support EMU.
Eastern Michigan University kicked off advising week in Halle Library Monday afternoon with an Academic Advising and Career Development Center booth run by people from both the academia and employment sections. These representatives were on hand to teach students how to set up appointments for the center, discuss the “dos” and “don’ts” of resumes and talk about interviewing skills.
Miller said that he decided to run again because there are still so many things he wants to accomplish for the students at EMU.
Eastern Michigan University’s Student Government is proposing an initiative that would ensure the parking at the meters on campus become free of charge to patrons using the spots during weekend hours.
Board of Regents Meeting Schedule— Eastern Michigan University’s Board of Regents meeting will be held at Welch Hall, room 201, on Tuesday, March 25. The meeting time will be at 1:30 p.m. Other committee meetings will also be held in Welch Hall throughout the day.
Forum About EMU’s Budget—
On Tuesday, Feb.18, from 11 a.m. to noon, Eastern Michigan University’s President Susan Martin will be presenting a form about EMU’s Strategic Plan and the university’s budget. EMU Chief Financial
Officer John Lumm will present the budget.
Eastern Michigan University’s Student Senate met on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the Student Center to discuss various agenda items including a proposal for a smoke-free campus.
Eastern Michigan University students literally took the plunge at Delta Sigma Phi’s Second Polar Plunge event on Wednesday.
Lunch and Learn session—
Eastern Michigan University is providing a chance for people to engage in an event titled “Do One
Thing: Emergency Preparedness for the Whole Community.”
Eastern Michigan University’s Student Senate met on Tuesday at the Student Center to discuss various agenda items including a proposal for a smoke-free campus, core values for the student body and the inclusion of various reflection rooms across campus.
Eastern Michigan University’s Student Government sponsored the Off-Campus Housing Fair on Thursday as part of EMU’s Safety Week. The event was held at the Student Center on campus and was designed to help students talk to different leasing professionals around Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor about the security they provide to their tenants.
Imagine inserting a vodka-soaked tampon or giving yourself an alcoholic enema just to get inebriated. People have done it – and if it sounds deadly, well, it is.
Former EMU Professor Dies— James William Gousseff, who retired as an emeritus professor of communication and theatre arts in 1998 and served at Eastern Michigan University since 1963 when he joined the faculty, died on Saturday, Jan. 25. He was 85 years old.
Lecture on Sexual Attraction— Dr. Ogi Ogas, neuroscientist and author, will speak about sexual attraction.
Community ecology lecture— Emily Grman from Michigan State University will be presenting a lecture entitled, “Community Ecology in a Changing Environment.”
The preliminary hearing for Kristopher Pratt, 20 and Ed Thomas, 20, two men accused of killing Eastern Michigan University football player Demarius Reed was scheduled for today, Wednesday Jan. 29 at 2 p.m. in the 14A-1 District Court in Pittsfield Township.
Eastern Michigan University’s Student Government is sponsoring an event titled “Don’t Blame It On the Alcohol” at the Student Center on Feb. 4 in room 310A at 7 p.m.
Explore Eastern— Eastern Michigan University’s Explore Eastern Open House will take take on March 8 from 10 a.m.
Eastern Michigan University’s 2014 Study Abroad Fair gave students the opportunity to browse the various destinations they can visit to learn about different cultures and study for the credit course that is offered.
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