Articles (9 total)
Jack-o’-lanterns get their final hurrah in Frog Island Park. To finish the Halloween season off strong, Ypsi residents of all ages bring their pumpkins to put on display for the whole community to see. The charmed evening also featured entertainment including fire dancing, a monster violinist, and a tarot card reader.
Typically, faculty are not too engaged with the process of recruiting students. At the recent Regents meeting on Oct. 24, several faculty members showed how their programs were successfully increasing enrollment rates. It is hoped that the success of these programs will inspire other faculty campus-wide to develop their own programs to bring in more students to EMU.
Cabaret is a risqué musical based on the play by John Van Bruten. When an unfortunate situation happened, the cast and crew banded together to produce a fantastic show. “Come to the cabaret, old chum!”
Bronze Beauties and Kings of Color hosted the In Living Talent show to launch the Black Homecoming events on campus. After several acts, Vociferous Dom took home the prize for his vocal and trumpet performance.
150 students from Plymouth-Canton high schools came to EMU to learn about manufacturing and the paths you can take in it. While it is commonly believed that manufacturing is dark and dirty, it is actually a field that is very high-tech.
EMU students gather at the university pond to walk for mental health and suicide awareness. The event aimed to not only inform of mental health issues but also to remind those who are suffering that someone cares.
The average college student thinks they can spot an email scam when they see it. While many may avoid getting ‘phished,’ I.T. wants to remind students how to be safe online, including never giving out any personal information through email.
EMU’s 9/11 memorial features a 14-foot, 7,000 pound beam from the South Tower of the World Trade Center. The tasteful ceremony incorporated members of the EMU and Ypsilanti community in remembering the events of 9/11.
Eastern Michigan University’s main parking structure finished renovation just in time for the fall semester. New parking lot signs have also been installed to reflect the renaming of several lots on campus. The updated signs make it more clear for visitors on where they can park based on their permit.