Articles (11 total)
Today in History: April 16th
Walter Cronkite, pioneer broadcast journalist began anchoring the CBS Evening News on this day in history.
Black Girls Rock Gala: Celebrating EMU’s Black Women
Black Girls Rock Gala, an awards ceremony to honor women of color leaders on campus. The gala was Tuesday, March 29, 2019. Women were nominated and selected by a committee, mostly by surprise.
EMU’s 39th Annual Undergraduate Symposium showcases student projects
Eastern Michigan University hosts the 39th Undergraduate Symposium
TODAY IN HISTORY: MARCH 26TH
Elsie S. Ott: the First woman awarded a U.S. Air Force Air medal, 1943.
TODAY IN HISTORY: MARCH 19TH
U.S. Congress passed and authorized the use of time zones and daylight savings time 101 years ago today, March 19.
Farm Workers Boycott Wendy's
Dozens of farmworkers, students, allies and community leaders gathered to rally outside of Wendy’s on Carpenter Street Saturday, March 9.
A Response to the ‘Best Hall’ Incident
Last Monday, a Black doll was found hanging in a shared shower of a dorm room in Best Hall. After this incident, Black students, including myself, are unsure whether Eastern Michigan University cares about students of color or are just using them as a token to show that they are diverse.
EMU Student Affairs Committee discusses Professional Development, Residence Housing Association
During the Student Affairs Committee meeting, the Board of Regents received presentations Thursday, Feb. 7 from the Student Affairs Professional Development, Diversity and Community Involvement (DCI), and Residence Hall Association (RHA). These brief presentations consisted of an overview and updates that each organization has improved to help better the student community here at Eastern.
Harlem Globetrotters come to Eastern Michigan
Fans of all ages were ecstatic and ready to enjoy the Original Harlem Globetrotters live in action Feb. 1 at the Convocation Center. As the Harlem Globetrotters made Eastern Michigan University one of the stops during their 2019 Fan Powered World Tour, fans made this a night to remember.
Road to Recovery: Government Shutdown
One of the longest government shutdowns in our nation’s history has finally ended this past week on Friday, Jan. 25. Both political parties have three weeks until Feb. 15 to roll up their sleeves and come to a consensus over the border security.