7/20/2020, 5:09pm

Podcast: July 20, 2020

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. 

7/13/2020, 2:33pm

Podcast: July 13, 2020

In this week's news, Nicole Brown was appointed Ypsilanti’s mayor pro-tempore, and the Washtenaw County Board of Health has declared racism a public health crisis. We also have information about the third candidate running for Washtenaw County’s Prosecuting Attorney.

7/6/2020, 4:57pm

Podcast: July 6, 2020

EMU has announced an increase in tuition for the 2020-2021 school year. We also have information about the candidates that are running for Washtenaw County Prosecuting Attorney.

6/30/2020, 6:02pm

Symposium: 237 Letters

In 1971, a civil rights advocate was invited to speak at Eastern Michigan University's commencement, but the announcement was met with 237 letters of protest addressed to the Board of Regents. Shelbie Torok explains the opposition and puts the incident in the context of the black student protests that took place on campus in the 1960s and 1970s.

6/29/2020, 1:52pm

Podcast: June 29, 2020

On this week's episode, EMU announces further plans for keeping staff and students safe next semester. In local news, Ypsilanti mayor Beth Bashert has resigned.

6/15/2020, 4:55pm

Podcast: June 15, 2020

In this week’s news, EMU announces its single room guarantee as part of its #EMUSafe Initiative, an update on police reform in Michigan, and the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority’s gives tips on how to be safe while using public transit.

6/8/2020, 4:54pm

Podcast: June 8, 2020

Hundreds have gathered and protested against police brutality, and the Michigan senate has answered the call for legislative reform. In coronavirus news, Michigan’s stay-at-home order has been lifted. The CDC director also encourages those attending protests to get tested for the virus. We’ll tell you about the testing sites that are available in the area, and everything you need to know in this week’s podcast.

6/1/2020, 4:38pm

Podcast: June 1, 2020

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.

5/30/2020, 11:12pm

Symposium: To ghost or not to ghost?

"Ghosting" refers to the sudden and inexplicable withdrawal of communication, usually in a personal relationship. David Graham explores common causes and effects of this modern norm.