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Eastern Michigan University Reduces Athletics Programs

Eastern Michigan University has announced the elimination of four sports from their intercollegiate athletic program at the conclusion of the spring season as part of the University’s budget restructuring efforts.

7 MIN2018 MAR 20
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Eastern Michigan University Reduces Athletics Programs

Art & Soul - The Art Of Well Being: Finding Meaning And Purpose At Work

Thriving at work is crucial to many people's sense of well-being. People are spending more and more time in the workplace and Dr. Gretchen Spreitzer, faculty director for the Center For Positive Organizations at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, says it is ever more important to who we are as individuals to feel fulfilled at work. She says we spend so much time on the job now, it's about more than just earning a paycheck for many people.

8 MIN2018 MAR 16
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Art & Soul - The Art Of Well Being: Finding Meaning And Purpose At Work

EMU Faculty Unions Protest Budget Cuts, Parking Privatization, Athletics Spending

Eastern Michigan University’s professor’s union held a rally on campus Thursday to protest budget cuts and the school’s plan to privatize its parking services.

51 s2018 MAR 16
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EMU Faculty Unions Protest Budget Cuts, Parking Privatization, Athletics Spending

#OTGYpsi EMU And WCC Give Back To Ypsi

In this week's #OTGYpsi, Patrick Campion and Brianna Kelly sit down with Decky Alexander from Eastern Michigan University. The conversation is about how Washtenaw Community College and EMU seek opportunities to "get involved." You can find Concentrate Media's full article here .

14 MIN2018 MAR 14
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#OTGYpsi EMU And WCC Give Back To Ypsi

creative:impact-EMU Students In Washington D.C. For National Arts Advocacy Day

Eastern Michigan University has sent a 17-student contingent to Washington D.C. for National Arts Advocacy Day. It's part education and part functional plea for continuing investment in the arts and arts education. What are the hopes and expectations? That's the focus this week on 89.1 WEMU's "creative:impact."

10 MIN2018 MAR 13
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creative:impact-EMU Students In Washington D.C. For National Arts Advocacy Day

Women's History Month: Establishing Libraries In Ypsilanti And Washtenaw County

As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we take a close look the role women played in establishing some of the public libraries in Washtenaw County. This history is extra special for one district library in particular this year.

5 MIN2018 MAR 13
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Women's History Month: Establishing Libraries In Ypsilanti And Washtenaw County

#OTGYpsi: Teaching Youngsters The Art Of Documentary Filmmaking

Ypsilanti has so many stories to tell, yet so few storytellers. A small production company intends to change that by training teens how to document such stories on video. In this week's "On the Ground-Ypsi," WEMU's Patrick Campion and Concentrate Media's Brianna Kelly talk to Ariel Moore and her team from the youth-driven media agency, Ward 1 Productions.

14 MIN2018 FEB 28
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#OTGYpsi: Teaching Youngsters The Art Of Documentary Filmmaking

creative:impact-The Neutral Zone And Its 'Youth Owned Records'

The Neutral Zone has been doing great work with Ann Arbor-area kids for a long time. Did you know it has its own record label? 'Youth Owned Records' is teaching kids the ins and outs of the music business with some life lessons thrown in for good measure. Learn more in this week's edition of 89.1 WEMU's "creative:impact."

9 MIN2018 FEB 27
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creative:impact-The Neutral Zone And Its 'Youth Owned Records'

Civic Matters: Reporting Potholes, Border To Border Expansion Plans And More

Helping local agencies find and repair potholes, joining the Ann Arbor Citizens Academy or attending a town hall on education. Those are a few of the engagement opportunities you have this week and those are among the topics covered by WEMU's David Fair and the CivCity Initiative's Mary Morgan on this week's edition of "Civic Matters."

9 MIN2018 FEB 26
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Civic Matters: Reporting Potholes, Border To Border Expansion Plans And More

Art & Soul: The Performing Arts--The Poignant Purpose Behind Ann Arbor's Pointless Brewery & Theater

This week, Art and Soul is about the performing arts events happening around Washtenaw County. 89.1 WEMU'S Lisa Barry is joined by local writer, reviewer and blogger Jenn McKee and the co-creator of Ann Arbor's Pointless Brewery and Theatre Tori Tomalia.

7 MIN2018 FEB 23
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Art & Soul: The Performing Arts--The Poignant Purpose Behind Ann Arbor's Pointless Brewery & Theater

Latest Episodes

Eastern Michigan University Reduces Athletics Programs

Eastern Michigan University has announced the elimination of four sports from their intercollegiate athletic program at the conclusion of the spring season as part of the University’s budget restructuring efforts.

7 MIN2018 MAR 20
Comments
Eastern Michigan University Reduces Athletics Programs

Art & Soul - The Art Of Well Being: Finding Meaning And Purpose At Work

Thriving at work is crucial to many people's sense of well-being. People are spending more and more time in the workplace and Dr. Gretchen Spreitzer, faculty director for the Center For Positive Organizations at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, says it is ever more important to who we are as individuals to feel fulfilled at work. She says we spend so much time on the job now, it's about more than just earning a paycheck for many people.

8 MIN2018 MAR 16
Comments
Art & Soul - The Art Of Well Being: Finding Meaning And Purpose At Work

EMU Faculty Unions Protest Budget Cuts, Parking Privatization, Athletics Spending

Eastern Michigan University’s professor’s union held a rally on campus Thursday to protest budget cuts and the school’s plan to privatize its parking services.

51 s2018 MAR 16
Comments
EMU Faculty Unions Protest Budget Cuts, Parking Privatization, Athletics Spending

#OTGYpsi EMU And WCC Give Back To Ypsi

In this week's #OTGYpsi, Patrick Campion and Brianna Kelly sit down with Decky Alexander from Eastern Michigan University. The conversation is about how Washtenaw Community College and EMU seek opportunities to "get involved." You can find Concentrate Media's full article here .

14 MIN2018 MAR 14
Comments
#OTGYpsi EMU And WCC Give Back To Ypsi

creative:impact-EMU Students In Washington D.C. For National Arts Advocacy Day

Eastern Michigan University has sent a 17-student contingent to Washington D.C. for National Arts Advocacy Day. It's part education and part functional plea for continuing investment in the arts and arts education. What are the hopes and expectations? That's the focus this week on 89.1 WEMU's "creative:impact."

10 MIN2018 MAR 13
Comments
creative:impact-EMU Students In Washington D.C. For National Arts Advocacy Day

Women's History Month: Establishing Libraries In Ypsilanti And Washtenaw County

As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we take a close look the role women played in establishing some of the public libraries in Washtenaw County. This history is extra special for one district library in particular this year.

5 MIN2018 MAR 13
Comments
Women's History Month: Establishing Libraries In Ypsilanti And Washtenaw County

#OTGYpsi: Teaching Youngsters The Art Of Documentary Filmmaking

Ypsilanti has so many stories to tell, yet so few storytellers. A small production company intends to change that by training teens how to document such stories on video. In this week's "On the Ground-Ypsi," WEMU's Patrick Campion and Concentrate Media's Brianna Kelly talk to Ariel Moore and her team from the youth-driven media agency, Ward 1 Productions.

14 MIN2018 FEB 28
Comments
#OTGYpsi: Teaching Youngsters The Art Of Documentary Filmmaking

creative:impact-The Neutral Zone And Its 'Youth Owned Records'

The Neutral Zone has been doing great work with Ann Arbor-area kids for a long time. Did you know it has its own record label? 'Youth Owned Records' is teaching kids the ins and outs of the music business with some life lessons thrown in for good measure. Learn more in this week's edition of 89.1 WEMU's "creative:impact."

9 MIN2018 FEB 27
Comments
creative:impact-The Neutral Zone And Its 'Youth Owned Records'

Civic Matters: Reporting Potholes, Border To Border Expansion Plans And More

Helping local agencies find and repair potholes, joining the Ann Arbor Citizens Academy or attending a town hall on education. Those are a few of the engagement opportunities you have this week and those are among the topics covered by WEMU's David Fair and the CivCity Initiative's Mary Morgan on this week's edition of "Civic Matters."

9 MIN2018 FEB 26
Comments
Civic Matters: Reporting Potholes, Border To Border Expansion Plans And More

Art & Soul: The Performing Arts--The Poignant Purpose Behind Ann Arbor's Pointless Brewery & Theater

This week, Art and Soul is about the performing arts events happening around Washtenaw County. 89.1 WEMU'S Lisa Barry is joined by local writer, reviewer and blogger Jenn McKee and the co-creator of Ann Arbor's Pointless Brewery and Theatre Tori Tomalia.

7 MIN2018 FEB 23
Comments
Art & Soul: The Performing Arts--The Poignant Purpose Behind Ann Arbor's Pointless Brewery & Theater
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