Robyn Hoffenblum

Articles

Engel's tragedy led to reinvention

Marcus Engel, a national speaker, visited Eastern Michigan University on Tuesday to talk about experiences that changed his life forever. Engel was in a car accident during his freshman year of college and during his road to recovery, he gained a new positive perspective on life.


Dining Services opt to include new cafes

Many subtle and noticeable changes have been made to dining services this year at Eastern Michigan University.Larry Gates, the director of dining services, said there have been new cafés added around campus and two were remodeled.


Classrooms relocate in response to renovations

Eastern Michigan University students and faculty members alike are well aware of the construction Pray-Harrold is undergoing, but many have questioned how the project will affect classroom locations and space.


COB partners with Crain's Detroit

The College of Business has partnered with Crain’s Detroit Business to introduce “Business Education Minute.” Eastern Michigan University will be using Detroit’s Multimedia Services to make videos about how to be successful in business such as how to “communicate in a crisis” or use Twitter to keep clients updated about business.


EMU launches drive for funds

Eastern Michigan University announced a comprehensive campaign on April 19 called “Invest. Inspire. The Campaign for Eastern Michigan University.” The first phase of the campaign started in July of 2006.


Frat guys raise money in march

An “International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Assault, and Gender Violence” took place Tuesday afternoon at Big Bob’s Lake House.


Officer talks gays in military

Retired staff sergeant and LGBT activist Eric Alva spoke in Quirk Theater last Thursday about the U.S. military’s controversial “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.


Candidate talks of cannibalism

Bronwyn H. Bleakley, a candidate seeking a professorial position at Eastern Michigan University in evolutionary biology and genetics, gave a lecture titled, “Evolutionary Genetics of Cooperation and Cannibalism.”