The Created Equal organization set up in front of the Marshall building around 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 18 to promote their pro-life and anti-abortion views to the students of EMU. The organization was partnered with Protect Life at EMU.
Supporters for Ken Hobbs gathered at the Ypsilanti City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 5. 15 people spoke against the department's decision to hire a white candidate from outside Ypsilanti rather than of Hobbs, who is Black.
Africology and African Studies Experts Answer What Racism Is in Panel Discussion in Celebration Black History Month
Africology and African studies experts gathered in celebration of Black History Month to answer the question, “What is Racism?” in a panel discussion open to students, faculty and other Eastern Michigan University community members.
The Faculty Affairs Committee meeting on Thursday, Feb. 7 set up to present three works to the Board of Regents on how they improve engagement within the community.
At the Martin Luther King Jr. statue located between Boone Hall and Welch Hall, dozens gathered for the annual commemorative march to honor King’s legacy and to reflect the historic 1965 Selma-Montgomery March done by thousands of non-violent demonstrators.
Spotted earlier today by one of the Eastern Echo’s reporters is the tampering of a message condemning anti-semitism on the freedom walls located on the lawn between Pray-Harrold and the Snow Health Center.
Eastern Michigan University holds is sixth annual Giving True Day as a way to support and give thanks to different aspects of the university. One can make a gift to athletics, an EMU college of the donor’s choice, WEMU, special initiatives like the Undergraduate Symposium, and much more.
A member of Eastern Michigan University Marching Band’s equipment staff was found unresponsive this afternoon in an office in the Alexander Music Building.
This morning, a suspect was arrested from Walton Hall in connection to the April 2018 murder of Christopher Marsh. The arrest was orchestrated by Pittsfield Township Police, with help from the Washtenaw County Metro SWAT team.
Almost 200 volunteers from all over Eastern Michigan University and the Ypsilanti community came to dedicate their time and efforts to paint 300 square feet of canvas. The mural is meant to represent the timeline of EMU and Ypsilanti divided into three sections: past activism, present, and future ambitions.