Monday, March 18
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Monday, March 4
Eastern Michigan University Theatre continues its Second Stage Series with their production of “Songs Unsung: a Musical Revue,” set to open in Sponberg Theatre and run March 15 through March 17.
A home invasion occurred at Hoyt Residence Hall at 1:26 a.m. The case remains open.
The Washtenaw County Prosecutor has decided not to pursue ethnic intimidation charges in the Best Hall case at Eastern Michigan University. The decision was made February 26 by First Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Konrad Siller.
Despite the approach of mid-winter break, Eastern Michigan University has made some progress in addressing the aftermath Best Hall’s ethnic intimidation case. Though there has been no official ruling and doling of punishment by the Office of Wellness and Community Responsibility (OWCR), disciplinary action has allegedly taken place against the perpetrator via Housing and Residence Life.
A case of ethnic intimidation was reported in Best Hall at 3:41 p.m. The racial display was found at 4:15 a.m. The case remains open.
This article was prepared by the Eastern Echo team: Editor-in-Chief Malaya Elgarico and Digital Editor Arica Frisbey. It was written by Frisbey.
Updated at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 12 to reflect an official statement from the university.
Monday, February 4
During the week of January 21, a select number of Eastern Michigan University students were asked to participate in the first Survey on Campus Sexual Misconduct Culture in hopes of providing answers to the university administration on how to address such crimes. The survey, which is part of a national initiative to reduce sexual misconduct on college campuses, was designed and sponsored by EMU’s Title IX office and the Provost office, with an Wayne State’s Center of Urban Studies conducting the survey to keep the respondent information confidential.
Monday, January 28
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Monday, January 7
In a move that precedes his leaving of office at the end of the year, Gov. Rick Snyder has appointed his close adviser, Richard Baird, to Eastern Michigan University’s Board of Regents. Baird will be replacing Regent Michael Morris on the board, with fellow regent, Michael Hawks, being reappointed to the board.
Friday, August 24
In another step forward for the University in light of many budget-cut related complications, the State of Michigan Court of Claims has dismissed a lawsuit against the Eastern Michigan University for the cutting of four sport programs. University officials received notification of the Court’s ruling on August 31. This decision follows the August 24 dismissal of a Federal Office of Civil Rights complaint against the university on the same topic.