Eastern Michigan University Police Chief Bob Heighes gave a presentation about the Department of Public Safety’s plan to expand patrols and operations in off-campus areas at the Board of Regents meeting in Welch Hall Tuesday afternoon.
Dec. 6 A subject was arrested operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol at Washtenaw and Cornell Street at 12:48 a.m. A burglary took place in Goddard Hall at 7:05 a.m.
Faculty and students from Eastern Michigan University’s College of Education voiced their opposition to the university’s affiliation with the Education Achievement Authority to the Board of Regents on Tuesday in Welch 201.
Dec. 3 A student reported an incident of sexual assault that happened last year at 12:15 a.m. A student reported their cell phone stolen from their pocket in the Dining Commons at 7:55 p.m.
Nov. 30 A female subject was found passed out with a bloody nose on a sidewalk on Emmet Street at 2:49 a.m. She is not a student and was transported to the hospital for her injury.
Eastern Michigan University’s Model United Nations club traveled to Chicago last week to participate in the American Model United Nations Conference (AMUNC). EMU brought two delegations, one representing Guatemala and the other representing Palestine.
A student was suspected of marijuana use in Hoyt Hall at 6:41 p.m. Nothing was found, and the student was not charged.
The opening reception of “Non-Text”, was held in the Eastern Michigan University Gallery on Tuesday evening. The exhibit features pieces that use text, typography and handwriting to create visual works of art.
Sullivan explained that by definition, conservatives adhere to the idea that the government should do what it is supposed to do: regulate by setting and enforcing rules. He implored “less power and more freedom.”
Dan Habib’s documentary followed the stories of five special needs students. These students shared their experiences with restraint and seclusion in their respective schools, which left them both physically and psychologically harmed.
In addition to the traditional Native American cuisine, the event also included the music of the culture performed by Painted Rock.
The Women’s Resource Center hosted the final event in their domestic violence awareness month series on Wednesday. The event was a screening of the documentary “No Way Out But One.” After the documentary screened, WRC coordinator Ellen Collier lead a discussion about domestic violence and of the issues raised by the film.
The Energy and Sustainability Committee, a new ad hoc Student Government committee, hosted their first meeting in the Student Government office on Tuesday night.
The head of the Arab League announced Sunday that an international conference to end the Syrian civil war will be held in Geneva, Switzerland and is set to take place Nov. 23 and 24.
Two separate incidences of rape were reported to Eastern Michigan University police on Sunday. Both reports are still undergoing investigation as first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
At last month’s student senate meeting, a resolution was passed to support the implementation of a $0.93 fee for Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority bus passes. If this policy is implemented, students will be able to use their Eagle IDs for unlimited use of the AAATA bus line.
The Muslim Journeys fall program hosted a screening of the documentary “Fordson: Faith, Fasting, Football and the American Dream” on Wednesday night. The film follows the 2009 Fordson High School football season while displaying the struggle Muslim Arab-Americans face in post-September 11 society.
Eastern Michigan University Campus Life welcomed famed historical biography author Jon Meacham on Tuesday night. Meacham gave a lecture about the subject of his most recent book, “Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power,” which was named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times. After the lecture, Meacham opened the floor for questions and stayed for a book signing.
The Autism Collaborative Center hosted their Autism Spectrum Disorders 101 lecture on Saturday. The event was designed to inform volunteers by providing a big-picture look at autism spectrum disorders, as well as familiarizing them with the center.
Eastern Michigan University’s aging studies program hosted their annual fall lecture on Wednesday.
They welcomed Dr. Donna Algase, the associate dean of research and evaluation at the University of Toledo, as their guest lecturer. Algase has dedicated her career to dementia-related studies, concentrating specifically on wandering behavior in dementia patients.
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