The Eastern Michigan University’s Brehm Scholars Alumni Association and the Dolores Soderquist Brehm Center for Special Education Scholarship and Research held its third annual conference, Connecting the Dots: Stories that Matter, on Nov.
Students Organize 4 Syria held a discussion about the current status of Syrian refugees Thursday afternoon in the Student Center. The purpose of this discussion was to engage in an open dialogue with Eastern Michigan University students about Syrian refugees following the stereotypes and political statements from recent terrorist attacks. In particular, subsequent to the attack on Paris by the Islamic State terrorist group, State Governor Rick Snyder has paused recent efforts on allowing refugees to enter Michigan. Ahnas Alzahabi, a senior business administration student, is the president of SOS.
Hosted by the Association for the Education of Young Children, child bereavement support specialist Suzanne Bayer spoke about her volunteer time at Ele’s Place, a child and teen bereavement support center located in Ann Arbor.
With midterms coming to a conclusion, Eastern students are finally getting a chance to come out of their studying caves and Eagle on the Street was there to ask: How do you celebrate the end of midterms?
The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents approved $54 million in financial aid for the 2016-2017 school year at its Oct.
Women meet for Soul Speak, a weekly session facilitated by Joi Rencher, in the Student Center Kiva Room from 2-3:30 p.m., every Thursday in the Student Center Kiva Room. Here, women of color are able to reach out to each other in a comfortable environment and speak about present issues.