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Ypsilanti’s Haab’s Restaurant is visited by Congresswoman Debbie Dingell and Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist to showcase the impact of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund.
The fall 2021 semester has brought several new changes to COVID-19 protocols and campus life.
EMU’s new block tuition pricing model and reinstatement of online courses fees for the fall 2021 semester has sparked discussion across social media and prompted one student to start a petition.
YpsiWrites, a nonprofit community writing center has created three art and writing tours across Ypsilanti to inspire creativity. The tours are located in Depot Town, downtown Ypsilanti, and EMU’s campus.
Food Gatherers, an Ann Arbor-based organization, has announced their sponsorship of the federal Summer Food Service Program. The program provides free meals for students under the age of 18 in low income areas, including 19 locations in Ypsilanti.
Food Gatherers cancels yearly in-person event, Grillin’, and launches fundraiser in its place.
On April 9, Eastern Michigan University's cheer team became national champions. They won the National Cheerleaders Association Intermediate Small Coed Division IA for the first time in program history.
Eastern Michigan University posted a commencement video to celebrate the spring 2021 graduates virtually on Sunday, April 25.
The Center for Digital Engagement at EMU is accepting applications for 48 paid summer internships with Ann Arbor tech companies until April 30.
Gov. Whitmer and Rep. Dingell visited the Convocation Center at EMU to discuss local COVID-19 vaccine distribution and encourage Washtenaw County residents to get vaccinated.