EMU announces new partnership with Beibu Gulf University in China

The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents voted to allow President James Smith to finalize documents for a new Joint College of Engineering. The partnership would exist between EMU and China’s Beibu Gulf University in the Guagxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China. “We’ve worked very hard and on a very tight timeline with a lot […]


EMU President James Smith approved for three-year contract extention

The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents unanimously approved a three-year contract extension for President James Smith at their October meeting. “I’m delighted to be here,” Smith said. “I love what I do. I love who our campus is; I love our students.” Smith was appointed as president in July of 2016 and will now […]


EMU Campus Climate Assessment launched by DCCAC

Randomly selected students, faculty and staff at Eastern Michigan University have been invited to participate in an online survey about EMU’s campus climate. The survey will help EMU’s Diversity Campus Climate Assessment Committee (DCCAC) identify the strengths and challenges of making Eastern a more diverse and inclusive campus. Results of the study will be presented […]


New IHA Heath Center @ EMU will open Nov. 4

Eastern Michigan University’s Board of Regents discussed the upcoming opening of the new IHA Health Center @ EMU at their October meeting. The new health center is a collaboration between the university, St. Joseph Mercy Health System and IHA. The community health center will offer extensive services including 7 day a week Urgent Care, online […]


EMU men’s golf team and coach Bruce Cunningham recognized at board of regents meeting

The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents recognized the men’s golf team for earning their third title in franchise history. The Eagles set a school record with the lowest scoring average for a four-player team. Zack Mason, a redshirt sophmore who averaged a 77.09 in his 2018-19 campaign, finished 26th overall in the Mid-American Conference […]

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Eagle Television: Transparent Talk #1

ETV’s new political talk show. Featuring EMU student body president Ethan Smith. Hosted by Andrew Lenzo.


Ordinance to rezone part of Community Convenience Center District postponed by city council

The Ann Arbor City Council voted 9-1 to postpone a rezoning measure during their bi-monthly meeting at Larcom City Hall on Monday, Aug. 19. The ordinance would have moved .2 acres of the Community Convenience Center District to the Campus Business District. The developer requested that the vote be postponed until they could provide council […]


Ann Arbor City Council debates road reconfiguration plans

Members of Ann Arbor’s City Council debated two plans to resurface two roads and redesign their layout at Larcom City Hall on Monday, Aug. 19. Green Road and Traverwood Drive were among the discussion as council members planned the future of the two roads. Both roads were already voted on in a previous meeting, but […]


Excessive heat warning issued through Saturday evening for Southeastern Michigan

The National Weather Service issued an excessive heat warning on Thursday for Southeastern Michigan due to hazardous weather. Temperatures in Ypsilanti are expected to top 90° by 1 p.m. on Friday and feel like 100°. Take extra precautions … if you work or spend time outside. When possible … reschedule strenuous activities to early morning […]


Insomnia Cookies to offer free ice cream with purchase July 21

Mark your calendars. Insomnia Cookies in Ypsilanti will be offering free ice cream on July 21 to celebrate National Ice Cream Day. Customers will be able to enjoy one free scoop of ice cream with any in store purchase. We are excited to treat our Insomniacs to a free scoop of ice cream on July […]


Residents of Tecumseh celebrate Music in the Park

The rain didn’t stop residents of Tecumseh, Michigan from celebrating their first Music in the Park of the summer. American roots music group the Sweet Water Warblers performed at the Tecumseh Center for the Arts on Thursday, June 20 to kick off the summer series Moving the festivities inside, Rachael Davis, Lindsay Lou and May […]


The power of music within a family and community

For most, growing up in a musical household would be a unique experience. For Rachael Davis, it was the norm. Moving to Cadillac from Chicago at a young age, Rachael, now a touring musician with multiple albums, has always thought of music as a normal part of life. “It was almost like a second language. […]

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