Articles (19 total)
City Council Live Blog: April 16
A live blog of the Ypsilanti City Council meeting Tuesday, April 16.
Ypsilanti City Council Appoints Permanent City Manager and Clerk
Tuesday’s city council meeting saw the appointment of Frances McMullan as permanent city manager and Andrew Hellenga as permanent city clerk. The meeting also saw the passing of four other resolutions in the city.
Live Blog from Tuesday's City Council Meeting
A live blog from News Editor Dominic Sevilla on Tuesday's city council meeting.
Student Senate Urges Administration to Put Students First in Housing Plan
The Student Senate passed a resolution that urges the administration to keep the students best interests in mind, if planned to go forward with a public-private plan for housing on campus.
Ypsilanti City Council Passes Amendment to Regulate Zoning for the Sale and Recreational use of Firearms
Ypsilanti City Council voted to pass an amendment that regulates the areas of the city where the sale and recreational use of firearms can be located at.
Director of Dining Services Meets with Student Senate
A conversation between Chris Yeadon, who is the director of dining services, and the Student Senate about dining on campus. Focusing on more options for religious and vegetarian/vegan diners as well as changes that they have made to places like the Crossroads Marketplace and the Eastern Eateries.
Active Shooter Incident at University of Michigan's Mason Hall
Active shooter incident at Mason Hall at the University of Michigan is unconfirmed and appeared to be balloons being popped near a vigil that was being held for the victims of the New Zealand Mosque shootings.
Ypsilanti Community Supports Kent Hobbs At City Council Meeting, City Manager Resigns Days Later
Supporters for Ken Hobbs gathered at the Ypsilanti City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 5. 15 people spoke against the department's decision to hire a white candidate from outside Ypsilanti rather than of Hobbs, who is Black.
Africology and African Studies Experts Answer What Racism Is in Panel Discussion in Celebration Black History Month
Africology and African studies experts gathered in celebration of Black History Month to answer the question, “What is Racism?” in a panel discussion open to students, faculty and other Eastern Michigan University community members.