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More students are coming to Eastern Michigan University! Find out why.
Africology and African-American Studies Department at EMU offers programs that teach students about diverse people and cultures
The Africology and African-American Studies Department at EMU hopes students can learn other prospectives of global awareness by taking their multiple programs they offer.
The 60th annual EMU Alumni Awards premiered on Saturday, May 15, and was hosted by the EMU Alumni Association.
On April 12, EMU women staff and students were honored at the virtual 2021 Women of Excellence Ceremony.
Transgender youth activist and actress Zoey Luna speaks at keynote address on Transgender Day of Visibility
Transgender actress and activist, Zoey Luna, spoke in a keynote address on Transgender Day of Visibility hosted by the LGBT Resource Center.
14 outstanding EMU students and organizations were honored in Campus Life’s 25th annual Student Gold Medallion Awards on March 23.
EMU hosted a virtual panel for International Women's Day about the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women on Monday, March 8.
LatTosha Brown presents “Who Will Save American Democracy? The Role of Women, Young Voters, and People of Color in American Politics”
In Black History Month keynote address, LaTosha Brown, expert on Black voting rights and voter suppression, spoke on the future of American democracy.
Ypsilanti City Council decides to continue street closures and discusses gun violence during Feb. 2 meeting
Ypsilanti City Council expressed concern over the recent increase in gun violence and voted to continue street closures for small businesses during the pandemic.
The first annual Gen. G Foundation scholarship was awarded to 11 students around the country, including EMU freshman Joaquin Pizana.