Articles (36 total)
EMU delays move-in for on-campus residents, classes will still resume on August 31, and student body president Ethan Smith creates a pledge to encourage students to do their part to keep campus safe.
Listen to an overview of EMU’s reopening plans for the fall semester. We’ll also discuss some of the controversial changes to Title IX that went into effect on Friday, Aug. 14.
Studies student Makoto Takata analyzes the complex character of Krishna, who is a major Hindu deity, the Hindu texts that describe him, and what they suggest about childhood.
In this week’s news, students voice their opposition to Eastern Michigan University's online course fee, and Housing and Residence Life provides answers about campus living for the Fall semester. We also have profiles on two of the candidates running for Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners.
After dozens took to social media with concerns over Eastern Michigan University’s plans for housing, EMU Housing and Residence Life held a Q&A to discuss campus housing for the upcoming semester.
About 300 people gathered in Frog Island Park on for a "Juneteenth Abolitionist Revival" to honor Black lives and discuss steps toward police abolition. Ypsilanti city council member, Anthony Morgan, was in attendance and not all welcomed his presence.
Mayor Beth Bashert, Mayor Pro-tem Lois Richardson, members of the Ypsilanti Police Advisory Commission, and about 40 community members gathered for a virtual town hall forum to discuss racism and police reform in Ypsilanti. Community members continued to call for Mayor Bashert’s resignation due to comments she made during a city council meeting.
Political science student Heather Weigel conducted a study to understand how a candidate’s political experience can impact voters’ perceptions.
In this week’s news, protests break out after a video was released of a Washtenaw County Sheriff Deputy repeatedly punching a black woman in the head. In other news, Chairmen Jason Morgan asked President Trump to cancel his May 21st trip to Ypsilanti.