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It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Eastern Michigan University's ranking in the 2022 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, #299-#391. YPSILANTI, Mich. – Eastern Michigan University's GameAbove College of Engineering and Technology will be deploying autonomous shuttles on campus. Eastern Michigan band revives controversial Native American Huron logo Twenty years ago, Eastern Michigan University changed its mascot from. eastern michigan logo

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Twenty years ago, Eastern Michigan University changed its mascot from the Hurons to the Eagles after the Michigan Civil Rights Commission recommended all schools avoid the use of Native American mascots.

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The Eastern Michigan band will wear uniforms with the former Hurons mascot emblazoned on them this year.

The move was made in an effort to discourage negative imagery in the depiction of Native Americans, but the unintended result has been a divisive split between alumni, some of whom refuse to support the school financially because of the decision.

An effort to heal that wound will be made on Saturday at the football team's home opener against Illinois State at Rynearson Stadium. As reported by the Detroit News, the Eastern Michigan marching band will wear uniforms with the old Huron logo emblazoned on them.

The uniforms will also include the school's original "Normalite" logo from its days as the Michigan State Normal College.

According to the report, it will be the first sanctioned use of the Huron logo since 1991.

"We have many, many Hurons who are still Hurons in their heart to this day. And, of course, we have been the Eagles for 20 years," Eastern president Susan Martin told the Detroit News. "It's showing respect to the past but embracing the fact that we are all together under the block E and love Eastern."

Pete Cunningham covers sports for AnnArbor.com.

Источник: http://www.annarbor.com/sports/eastern-michigan-band-revives-controversial-native-american-huron-logo/

Eastern Michigan University Colors

The Eastern Michigan University colors are Green and White. The nickname of the athletics team is the Eagles. The color codes: RGB, CYMK for print, Hex for web and the Pantone colors can be seen below.

We recommend using the Eastern Michigan Eagles colors for personal projects and in the case of commercial use to visit the university or college website.

Eastern Michigan Eagles color codes: RGB, CMYK, Pantone, Hex

GreenHex color:#046A38
RGB:4 106 56
CMYK:90 12 95 40
Pantone:PMS 349 C
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Eastern Michigan Eagles logo
  • The Eastern Michigan Eagles hex colors are confirmed by the SVG logo on the Eagles’ website.

Located in Ypsilanti, MI, the Eastern Michigan Eagles are participating in the Mid-American Conference and active in the Division I of the NCAA.

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Eastern Michigan Eagles

Eastern Michigan is a member of the Mid-American Conference

The Eastern Michigan Eagles, formerly known as the Normalites and the Hurons, are the athletic teams for Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States. The Eagles compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division I level as members of the Mid-American Conference (MAC). The only exception is the women's rowing program, which is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. Altogether, the Eagles have won three NCAA Division II national championships and 13 NAIA Division I national championships in five different sports (baseball, men's cross country, men's swimming and diving, men's indoor track and field, and men's outdoor track and field); moreover, EMU has been NCAA Division I national runner-up twice. In 1940, the men's cross country team finished second to Indiana University at the national meet hosted by Michigan State University.

The Eagles have also won the Reese Trophy, given to the best overall men's athletic program in the MAC, five times, most recently in 2018.[2] EMU was a member of the Illinois Intercollegiate Athletic Conference from 1950 to 1961, and has been a member of the MAC since 1972.

History[edit]

The university was founded in 1849 as Michigan State Normal School. It wasn't until the school was Michigan State Normal College when the school's first nicknames (then Michigan State Normal College), were the "Normalites" and "Men from Ypsi". The "Hurons" first came into being as the result of a contest sponsored by the Men's Union in 1929. On Oct. 31 of that year, a three-person committee, composed of Dr. Clyde Ford, Dr. Elmer Lyman and Professor Bert Peet, selected the name "Hurons" from the many entries in the contest. The name was submitted by two students, Gretchen Borst and George Hanner. The runner-up name in that contest was Pioneers. The "Hurons" was adopted in 1929. In 1959, the school's name was changed to Eastern Michigan University but oddly, the mascot did not become the Emu. EMU was a member of the Illinois Intercollegiate Athletic Conference from 1950 to 1961, and eventually joined the Mid-American Conference in 1972. The university switched from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I athletics in the mid-1970s. Since the 1991 season, Eastern Michigan University athletic teams have gone by the nickname "Eagles."

Since joining the Mid-American Conference in 1972, Eastern's most successful athletics programs in men's sports include: cross country with over 17 MAC titles, indoor track & field with 12 MAC titles, outdoor track & field with over 20 MAC titles and men's swimming & diving with over 30 MAC titles. The more successful sports in women's athletics include outdoor track & field with over 10 MAC titles and indoor track & field with 3 MAC titles.[3]

EMU football made three appearances in NCAA (football) bowl games in 1971 Pioneer Bowl, winning in the 1987 California Bowl and most recently the Bahamas Bowl in 2016.[4] Eastern's men's basketball team has appeared in four NCAA Division I tournaments. They reached the Sweet Sixteen in the 1991 and in 1996 they beat Duke in first round. As well, men's basketball reached the Final Four of the 1972 NCAA College Division National Championship and were national runners up in 1976.

On March 20, 2018, EMU announced the elimination of four sports: Wrestling, softball, men's swimming and diving, and women's tennis. Despite the dismal record over the years, football was not considered for elimination. NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision regulations mandate that each member school must field at least 16 varsity sports and the Mid-American Conference mandates football for its members.[5] Despite a court order to restart the softball team to satisfy a Title IX dispute, EMU stated a preference to add women's lacrosse, citing costs compared to softball as well as growing youth participation numbers for lacrosse.[6] In November 2019, EMU officially announced the addition of women's lacrosse. The news coincided with the news of the MAC beginning sponsorship of the sport in 2021. EMU will join five other MAC members fielding women's lacrosse for the conference's second season in 2022.[7]

Huron to Eagles[edit]

The Michigan State Normal logo used until 1929 (far left), Huron logo used from 1929 to 1991 (center left), Eagle logo used 1991–2013 (center right), "E" logo used 2013–present (far right)

See also: Wyandot people § Origin, names and organization

EMU began investigating the appropriateness of its Huron Indian logo after the Michigan Department of Civil Rights issued a report in October 1988 suggesting that all schools using such logos drop them. The report claimed that the use of Native American names, logos or mascots for athletic teams promoted racial stereotypes. At that time, four colleges, 62 high schools and 33 junior high/middle schools in Michigan used Native American logos or names, including Mid-American Conference rival Central Michigan University. CMU did not, however, change their nickname from the Chippewas. The EMU Board of Regents voted to replace the Huron name with Eagles, taken from three recommendations from a committee charged with supplying a new nickname. The other two final names submitted were Green Hornets and Express. The Eagles name was officially adopted on May 22, 1991, when the EMU Board of Regents voted to replace the existing Huron nickname and logo with the new one. During the 1991 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, announcer Jim Nantz talked about the controversy and referred to the team on-air as the "No-Names."

Some former students and faculty were angered that a unique name like Huron was replaced by something common like Eagles, especially for reasons of political correctness relating to Native American names, logos or mascots depicting a Native American. Early French explorers referred to these natives as the Huron, either from the French huron ("ruffian", "rustic"), or from hure ("boar's head"). According to tradition, French sailors thought that the bristly hairstyle of Wendat warriors resembled that of a boar.[8] But these negative etymological meanings conflict with the "bon Iroquois" attitude held by the French fur traders and explorers. An alternate etymology is from the Algonquin words ronon ("nation"), or Irri-ronon ("Erie" or "Cat Nation"). It was pronounced Hirri-ronon by the French, eventually shortened to Hirr-on, and finally spelled in its present form, Huron. Other etymological possibilities come from the Algonquin words ka-ron and tu-ron ("straight coast" and "crooked coast").[9]

Some alumni have refused to donate money to the school. The name change spurred an official chapter of the EMU Alumni Association, the Huron Restoration Chapter. The chapter claims to have the support of Chief Leaford Bearskin of the Wyandot Tribe of Oklahoma and former Grand Chief Max Gros-Louis of the Huron-Wendat Nation of Quebec to reestablish the team name as Huron.[10] Since the change, the university has not altered the name and has continued to adopt the Eagle name. In 1994, the university adopted a new mascot called "Swoop".[11] In 2011, EMU began its True EMU Campaign which aimed to unite all alumni stating "Whether you are a Huron or an Eagle, whether you graduated 50 years ago or last semester, we want you to show the world you remember your times in Y-Town, water tower and all."[12]

Mascot[edit]

Main article: Swoop (Eastern Michigan University)

Swoop is the mascot for Eastern Michigan University. Before the 1991 season, Eastern Michigan University went by the "Hurons." After 1991 Eastern has gone by the "Eagles." Even though the school adopted the name "Eagles" it was not until 1994 when "Swoop" was adopted as the official mascot for the university.[11] Swoop is depicted as an American bald eagle wearing an Eastern Michigan University jersey, displaying the numbers "00" on the front and "Swoop" on the back. Swoop's gender is undefined. At the Eastern Michigan University bookstore a stuffed animal pair can be purchased, one wearing a jersey, the other wearing a cheerleader outfit.

Facilities[edit]

Main article: List of Eastern Michigan University buildings § Athletic and Recreation buildings

EMU Athletics oversees and uses several facilities on the EMU campus such as the EMU Convocation Center, Bowen Field House, Eagle Crest Resort (Ypsilanti, Michigan), the Indoor Practice Facility (the bubble), Olds-Robb Rec/IM, Oestrike Stadium and Rynearson Stadium.[13][14][15]

Rynearson Stadium opened in 1969 and is the largest facility on the campus.[16] Convocation Center is a multi-purpose arena that opened on December 9, 1998 is the largest indoor facility. Bowen Field House is used by Eastern Michigan Eagles track and field, Eastern Michigan Eagles wrestling, and Eastern Michigan Eagles gymnastics. Oestrike Stadium is used for baseball and softball events.[15] The newest building operated by athletics is the Indoor Practice Facility, which opened in 2010. Six intercollegiate sports use the facility which include football, baseball, softball, women's soccer and men's and women's golf.[17][18]

Athletic bands[edit]

The Eastern Michigan University Marching Band, nicknamed "The Pride of the Peninsula," was first formed in 1894.

The Eastern Michigan University Basketball Band is directed by the two graduate assistants of the band. Unlike the marching band which is made up of all brass and woodwinds, the Basketball Band's instrumentation is strictly "Brass and Sax." The Basketball Band travels with the basketball teams during the MAC tournament or the NCAA tournament.

The school song "Our Pledge" was written by Edward Bowles and was arranged for the marching band by Thomas Tyra. The melody of "Eagles Fight Song" was written by Larry Livingston and arranged for marching band by Thomas Tyra. The percussion parts were written by Whitney Prince. "Go Green" was written by Thomas Tyra.

Varsity sports[edit]

Eastern Michigan University offers 19 NCAA Division I varsity sports, 7 for men and 12 for women.[19]

Men's sports Women's sports
BaseballBasketball
BasketballCross country
Cross countryGolf
FootballGymnastics
GolfLacrosse
Track & fieldRowing
Soccer
Swimming & diving
Tennis
Track & field
Volleyball
† – Track and field includes both indoor and outdoor.

Baseball[edit]

Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles baseball

See also: Oestrike Stadium

Oestrike Stadium looking towards Huron River Drive.

On June 19, 1976, after finishing in sixth place the year before, the baseball team was defeated by the University of Arizona in the final game of the College World Series at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska. (As of 2016, EMU remains the last northern school to make it to the NCAA baseball championship game.) Under the leadership of Coach Ron Oestrike and assistant Roger Coryell, the Hurons defeated Maine, Clemson, and Arizona State (with its 13 future Major Leaguers) before losing its last two games to Arizona. EMU was led by stars Bob Owchinko, Bob Welch, Dan Schmitz, Jerry Keller, Glenn Gulliver, Glen Ambrose, Mike Lauerman, Thom Boutin and John Martin.

Men's basketball[edit]

Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles men's basketball

See also: Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center

Eastern's men's basketball team has appeared in four NCAA Division I tournaments, and have a 3–4 record, tied for third best among Michigan colleges. They reached the Sweet Sixteen in the 1991 tournament (their first ever appearance) and defeated Duke University in the first round of the 1996 tournament.

One of the great highlights in team history came after the victory over Duke in 1996 when the Blue Devils' Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski stated, "Eastern Michigan is very well coached, much deeper than we are and, today, much quicker than we were."[20]

EMU reached the Final Four of the 1972 NCAA College Division National Championship, led by All-American George Gervin, an NBA Hall of Famer selected as one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History. In 1976, the Baseball team was national runners up in NCAA Division I.

Women's basketball[edit]

Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles women's basketball

Eastern's women's basketball team began in the 1977–78 season.

Cross country[edit]

Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles men's cross country

Eastern Michigan Eagles men's cross country is a varsity level sport. The Eagles compete at the Division I level in the NCAA. The men's cross country team has won fourteen team championships. Its current head coach, John Goodridge, has won five MAC championships in his nine years as head coach. The cross country team at the school started in 1911.[21]

[edit]

Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles football

See also: Rynearson Stadium

the football team in 1917

The football team played one home game a year at Ford Field in downtown Detroit from 2004–07 in the "Collegiate Clash". They hosted Central Michigan University (2004), Western Michigan University (2005), the United States Naval Academy (2006), and Northwestern University (2007). After winning the first Ford Field game over CMU in triple overtime 61–58, they lost three in a row.

The greatest football victory in EMU history occurred in December 1987. The MAC Champion Hurons defeated 17½ point favorite San Jose State in the California Bowl. The victory culminated a 10–2 season and improbable rise from the depths of Division I-A college football. Only two years previous the team was in serious jeopardy of losing Division I-A status. Head Coach Jim Harkema was instrumental in resurrecting the program. The two losses in 1987 were both on the road, and were by a total of 11 points.

The 1988 and 1989 teams each finished in second place in the conference and ended the most successful stretch of football in school history with its fourth straight winning season.

After a long series of losing records, and finishing the 2015 season with a 1–11 record, they have since appeared in bowl games in 2016, 2018, and 2019 under head coach Chris Creighton.

Women's gymnastics[edit]

See also: Bowen Field House

Eastern Michigan Eagles gymnastics is a collegiate women's gymnastics program. Home meets are held in Bowen Field House.[22] Warner Gymnasium is the current home of the EMU Gymnastics Program.[23] Steve Wilce is the head coach for the EMU Gymnastics team along with Andrea Siik as an assistant coach.

The team consists of 20 girls who all do different routines, skills, and compete at all different levels scoring. They all work together as a team and compete for themselves as well as each other to get the highest scores possible from the 4–8 judges on each event. There are ten to eleven meets per season and are every weekend from the end of January to the end of March. On average there are three to four home meets per season the rest being away meets that can be anywhere from Ohio to California.

The team has ranked repeatedly within the top 15 for team GPA in the nation.[24] In 2008, the Eagles had 11 gymnasts named to the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women (NACGC/W) scholar-athlete team. Additionally, the team placed seventh as a team with a Mid-American Conference leading 3.5357 team GPA for the ninth consecutive year. In 2007, the team gained its first MAC title and in 2008 were runners up.[25]

Swimming and diving[edit]

See also: Olds-Robb Recreation-Intramural Complex

The men's swimming and diving team hold the record for the most MAC Championships in a single sport, 31, which they won in Men's Swimming and Diving in 1978, 1980–1996, 1998, 2000–2005, 2007–2012, and 2014.[26]

Women's swimming and diving is one of EMU's more successful women's sports. Women's Swimming and Diving team won MAC titles in 2006 and 2007.

The head coach Peter Linn has been leading the Eagles for 27 years.

Track and field[edit]

Men's Outdoor Track & Field has over 20 MAC titles. Men's Indoor Track & Field has over 13 MAC titles. Women's Outdoor Track & Field has over 10 MAC titles. Women's Indoor Track & Field has 3 MAC titles.[27] Track and field collectively holds the record for most MAC titles out of all the EMU athletics teams.

Wrestling[edit]

See also: Bowen Field House

Eastern Michigan Eagles wrestling team is a men's athletic program. Eastern Michigan adopted the sport of wrestling in 1956. The wrestling program was part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) from 1957 through 1962. In 1963–1966, EMU wrestling switched conferences to the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC). Since the exit from the PAC, EMU has been a part of the Mid-American Conference (MAC), starting in 1973. Home meets are held in Bowen Field House.[28] In 1996, wrestling won its first MAC championship. There are several home dual meets a year and an annually host of the EMU Open. The EMU Open is an annual event started in 1991 that hosts over 500 wrestlers and NCAA schools across all three divisions.[29] The last head coach of the EMU wrestling team was David Bolyard. Bolyard became the new head wrestling coach in 2014. The team has 6 NAIA All-Americans,[30] 5 NCAA Division II All-Americans,[31] and 4 NCAA Division I All-Americans.[32] As well, the team has over 20 MAC champions.[33]

Despite having one of the best seasons in recent history and Sa'Derian Perry as its first All-American since 1999, wrestling was named one of the four sports EMU would cut in March 2018, just three days after the wrestling championships. In April 2018, Perry transferred to Old Dominion University with two years of eligibility remaining. As a member of a team whose program was eliminated, Perry would not lose a season of eligibility. EMU head coach Bolyard became an assistant at the University of Michigan.

NAIA & NCAA D2 records[edit]

Team records[edit]

National championships (16)[4]

  • 1972: Men's Swimming and Diving – NCAA Division II
  • 1972: Men's Outdoor Track and Field – NCAA Division II
  • 1971: Men's Swimming and Diving – NAIA
  • 1971: Men's Indoor Track and Field – NAIA
  • 1971: Men's Outdoor Track and Field – NAIA
  • 1970: Baseball – NAIA
  • 1970: Men's Cross Country – NCAA Division II
  • 1970: Men's Cross Country – NAIA
  • 1970: Men's Swimming and Diving – NAIA
  • 1970: Men's Indoor Track and Field – NAIA
  • 1970: Men's Outdoor Track and Field – NAIA
  • 1969: Men's Swimming and Diving – NAIA
  • 1969: Men's Indoor Track and Field – NAIA
  • 1968: Men's Swimming and Diving – NAIA
  • 1967: Men's Cross Country – NAIA
  • 1966: Men's Cross Country – NAIA

National runners-up (6)

  • 1971: Men's Basketball – NAIA Division I
  • 1969: Men's Cross Country – NCAA Division II
  • 1969: Men's Cross Country – NAIA
  • 1965: Men's Cross Country – NCAA Division II
  • 1940: Men's Cross Country – NCAA

Individual records[edit]

Individual champions

Men's Track and Field:

Men's Cross Country:

Women's track and field:

Club sports[edit]

Eastern Michigan has over 15 club sport teams. Ranging from traditional sports such as men's hockey to unique sports such as Quidditch[34] and Roller Hockey. Roller Hockey achieved national championships in 2001 in NCRHA Division II.

Men's hockey[edit]

The men's hockey team[35] play in the Great Lakes Collegiate Hockey League (GLCHL) of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) in the Division 1 level. The Eastern Michigan Eagles hockey team began play in 1976. In the first 33 years of existence the Eagles played in the Central States Collegiate Hockey League (CSCHL) before switching to the newly formed GLCHL at the start of the 2010–2011 season. In 2003, the team was suspended for hazing from the 2004–05 season until 2007.[36] The team were national runners-up in 2000 and 1994 in the ACHA Division I league.

Olympians[edit]

EMU has 20 students and alumni who have competed in the Olympic Games. The earliest being Lloyd Olds, in 1932. The most recent being 2016 with Eric Alejandro

  • 2016 - Eric Alejandro
  • 2012 – Eric Alejandro and Jamie Nieto
  • 2008 – Sasha Springer-Jones
  • 2004 Athens Games: USA- Jamie Nieto (High Jump, 4th)
  • 2000 Sydney Games: Nigeria- Nduka Awazie (4 × 400 meter relay, Silver), Nigeria – Clement Chukwu (200 & 400 meters)
  • 1996 Atlanta Games: USA- Paul McMullen (1500 meters, 9th), Suriname – Tommy Asinga (800 meters), British West Indies – Greg Rhymer (1500 meters), Nigeria – Clement Chukwu (200 & 400 meters), Bahamas – Savatheda Fynes (100 & 200 meters, 400M Relay)
  • 1992 Barcelona Games: Suriname – Tommy Asinga (800 meters)
  • 1988 Seoul Games: Suriname – Tommy Asinga (800 meters)
  • 1984 Los Angeles Games: USA- Earl Jones (800 meters, Bronze), Trinidad and Tobago- Hasely Crawford (100 meters)
  • 1980 Moscow Games: Trinidad and Tobago- Hasely Crawford (100 meters)
  • 1976 Montreal Games: Trinidad and Tobago- Hasely Crawford (100 meters, Gold, 200 meters)
  • 1972 Munich Games: Trinidad and Tobago- Hasely Crawford (100 meters)
  • 1968 Mexico City Games: Canada – Dave Ellis (10,000 meters)
  • 1964 Tokyo Games: USA- Hayes Jones (110 High Hurdles, Gold), USA – Dean Rockwell, Manager of the Greco Roman Wrestling Squad
  • 1960 Rome Games: USA- Hayes Jones (110 High Hurdles, Bronze)
  • 1948 London Games: USA – George Marshall, Manager, Men's Track and Field
  • 1932 Los Angeles Games: USA – Lloyd Olds, Assistant Coach, Track and Field

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External links[edit]

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    HISTORY AND TRADITIONS.

    In 1849, the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Michigan established Michigan State Normal School, the first educator training school west of the Allegheny Mountains. Students studied the art of teaching, mechanic arts, agricultural chemistry and U.S. laws. EMU became a college in 1956 and a university in 1959.

    Traditions

    • Olympic Games: EMU has had a track representative at every summer Olympic Games since Hayes Jones in 1960, including 18 representatives (15 men and three women) who brought home two gold, two silver and two bronze medals.
    • “Pride of the Peninsula”: Before kickoff at home football games, the EMU marching band marches out of the tunnel to drum cadences, plays the “Eagles Fight Song” and the Star Spangled Banner and form a “Floating E” down the field.
    • Relay for Life: EMU annually raises tens of thousands of dollars for cancer research and patient service programs for the American Cancer Society. The event includes a walk, around-the-clock live entertainment, a silent auction and children’s activities.
    • Forensics: EMU is the only school in the country to finish in the Top 10 at every national tournament since the National Forensics Association was created in 1971, including:
      • 42 State of Michigan Team Championships
      • 10 National Team Championships
      • 75 National Individual Champions
    • VISION: (Volunteers Incorporating Service Into Our Communities) has provided civic engagement experiences and programs since 1990.
    • Undergraduate Research Symposium: EMU is home to the longest active Undergraduate Research Symposium of its kind in the country, showcasing student research and creative projects.

    Eagles Fight Song

    Eastern Eagles, hats off to you!
    Fight, fight, fight for ole EMU.
    Look to the sky, the Eagles will fly, the bravest we’ll defy.
    …Rah, rah, rah!

    Hold that line for ole Green and White.
    Sons and daughters show your might.
    So, FIGHT, FIGHT! for ole EMU and vic-tor-y!

    EMU Alma Mater

    Eastern, sacred Alma Mater to your name we shall be true.
    Ever marching on to victory, we’ll stand by to see you through,
    Softly floating on the breeze, verdant green with white of snow,
    This our banner we will carry in our hearts whe’er we go

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      Eastern Michigan University

      Location

      Eastern Michigan University’s 800 acre campus is located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. There is a lot of history associated with this place. You will find many nicely maintained historical buildings in and around the campus to keep you riveted. It is located at a distance of 13 km’s from Ann Arbor and 56 km’s from Detroit. The Detroit Metro Airport is just about fifteen minutes’ drive away from the campus.
      There are several unique bars to try out near the campus. If you are fond of beer ( and of legal age to enjoy it)a brewery near the campus is a place you need to check out.

      Campus

      The massive campus houses nearly 120 state of the art and classical buildings with over 18,000 students’ enrolled in various programs.
      The following is a list of the colleges in EMU:

    • College of Arts and Sciences,
    • College of Business,
    • College of Education,
    • College of Health and Human Services,
    • College of Technology,
    • Honors College, and
    • Graduate School.
    • Among the listed colleges, the College of Arts and Sciences is the largest. It houses about 125 study programs. In addition to these, the other facilities include:
    • Peace Auditorium.
    • Sherzer Hall,
    • Ford Gallery,
    • The Terrestrail and Aquatic Ecology Research Facility, and
    • Kresge Environmental Education Center,
    • The university library is one of the largest in the state with a variety of books and journals available in both print and online formats.
      The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest in the university which offers nearly 125 programs. The university also aims to be environmentally sensitive; the Kresge Environmental Education Centerplays a crucial role in this regard. In addition to these there are many other crucial structures such as the Pease Auditorium, the Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology Research Facility, et cetera.

      Residing Options

      The campus is equipped to provide residence to students andfaculties as well. For students the housing is divided into classes. It can be eastern michigan logo in the following manner.

    • Putman and Phelps: For first year housing purposes.
    • Village, Buell, and three apartment complexes: Upperclassmen students.
    • Downing, HoytSellers, Walton, Best housePitman Wise, Hill: Residence for students not considering their class ranking.
    • Best and Downing Hall: For Honors students.
    • Cornell Court and Westview apartments: For faculty members and family housing options.
    • Faculty

      At the undergraduate level, the University offers over 200 majors and minors and about 170 graduate programs. Each and every course ware and program undergoes an extensive discussion and not only that the students are also required to opine on their experiences and also make suggestions.

      Источник: https://yocket.com/universities/eastern-michigan-university-2704

      Eastern Michigan University Brings Back Divisive Indian Logo to "Honor its History, Pride"

      Despite having changed their mascot some twenty years ago from the Hurons to the Eagles, the president and some alumni at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) have seen fit to reclaim the old logo for the football team's home opener. Despite the fact that the Michigan Civil Rights Commission recommended all schools avoid the use of American Indian mascots, EMU's marching band will be wearing the old logo, the Detroit News reports.

      The News reports that many of the school's almuni have long derided the team's name, logo and mascot change, and have refused to support the school financially because of the decision.

      "Once a Huron, always a Huron," appears to be the mantra of some EMU alumni, the Detroit News reports.

      "An effort to heal that wound will be made on Saturday at the football team's home opener against Illinois State at Rynearson Satdium," AnnArbor.com reports. The News goes on to write that "The EMU Marching Band will sport the logo on its new uniforms Saturday.although the uniform's Huron logo won't be easily visible, the move is part of several university efforts to unite EMU alumni — especially those who are still vocal about the dropped mascot and won't financially support the university."

      The ruffled feathers of alumni, and the witholding of financial support, apparently trumps the 1991 decision by the Michigan Civil Rights Commission and the feelings of Michigan's many tribal members.

      "Reinstating the Hurons is just one of several ways the university is starting to nod to and celebrate its past," EMU President Susan Martin told the News. "She came up with the idea with alumni to include the Huron mascot on the 275 new band uniforms," the News reports.

      "I don't like native people being used as mascots in any situation," said American Indian Services Director Fay Givens to the News, who was a outspoken supporter of changing the Huron mascot in 1991.

      For more on this story, click here.

      Источник: https://indiancountrytoday.com

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      Enabling Home-Use Licensing at Eastern Michigan University

      Eastern Michigan University (EMU) is a major learning and research institution in the United States. The Division of Information Technology (IT)’s Desktop and Classroom Technology team – a team of just 10 full-time staff members – is responsible for end-user support, device management, and classroom technology, as well as managing, distributing, and supporting all software licensed for the university’s 16,000+ students.

      Historically, course software was made available to students in campus labs. What software students were permitted to install on their own machines was distributed in person on physical media. The Division of IT wanted to start distributing home-use licenses for more software – specifically SAS® and IBM® SPSS – and moving from in-person to online payments.

      Aric Kirkland, the Director of Desktop and Classroom technology, began investigating solutions to make this possible.

      EMU needed a way to make SPSS and SAS available on students’ personal devices. Their old manual distribution process was inconvenient for students and a burden on IT staff. For certain software, like SPSS, it simply wasn’t possible. These products were available only in select school labs with limited hours of operation.

      The school experimented with offering virtual access to software, but that approach came with its own problems. The end-user experience was not the same as having the software installed on students’ own device. Access depended on a good internet connection, and the university was determined to provide equitable access. There was also the issue of cost. “You really had to look at licensing for every person who could potentially use the solution rather than the ones who were actually going to,” says Kirkland. “It really didn’t work out cost-wise to do it that way.”

      Kirkland and his team turned to home-use licenses as an alternative to virtualization. But they struggled to find a solution that would not be a burden on the team or create compliance and security risks for the university. “We looked to see if there were any open-source canned eastern michigan logo for online download stores,” says Kirkland. “But it would have been another server we’d have to maintain and secure. Being a short-staffed IT department, it didn’t make a lot of sense for us to take on something like that.”

      In the end, the university could find only one company that could meet their needs around home-use licenses without creating an unmanageable burden for IT eastern michigan logo. Kivuto Solutions was known to the university as the original deployment method for Microsoft Work from Home licenses and student academic licensing for VMware products. It was to them that EMU ultimately turned for a solution to distribute home-use licenses for SAS and SPSS.

      Kivuto’s platform enabled the institution to offer home-use licenses through a branded online store. Access is self-serve and distribution is automated, saving IT the work of manual distribution. The platform also supports PCI DSS-compliant e-commerce to enable secure online payments and includes full end-user support, which took even more work off IT’s shoulders.

      The implementation was effortless for EMU staff.  “We didn’t have to worry about making installers available to eastern michigan logo Kirkland said in a 2020 webinar with Kivuto. “We didn’t have to support them through the installation process or develop a means of delivering authorization codes. All we had to do was create the offering within our store eastern michigan logo add codes to the voucher pool. The WebStore did the rest of the work.”

      Almost 10 years later, EMU still uses Kivuto’s platform to distribute SAS and SPSS software for home use. This approach has been so successful, the university has since expanded their usage to distribute JMP software and, as of September 2021, to provide home access to Adobe Creative Cloud.

      Here are the key benefits EMU has seen from using Kivuto’s platform.

      • Home-Use Distribution
        Kivuto’s platform enabled EMU to start offering home-use licenses for SAS, SPSS, and other software. This has eliminated the need for IT to manually distribute software or for students to visit a campus lab to access it. And it’s proven far more convenient for students and cost-effective for the school than virtualization.
      • End-User and Admin Eastern michigan logo Of their many responsibilities, supporting students is the top priority for Kirkland’s team. It eastern michigan logo critical that whatever solution they chose for distributing home-use licenses not cause a spike in support tickets. Since Kivuto provides full end-user support around software access and installation, the team’s support burden has been reduced. Kivuto also provides account management and administrator support, which Kirkland describes as “phenomenal.”
      • Secure Cost Recovery
        Kivuto Cloud’s PCI DSS-compliant e-commerce functionality enabled EMU to charge students for software without obligating IT staff to worry about to eastern michigan logo payments or ensuring security. By leveraging this functionality, EMU has recovered over $5,000 USD per year over the past five years and over $7,000 USD in 2020 alone.
      • Reduced Reliance eastern michigan logo Labs
        The ability to offer home-use licenses has decreased the need to support campus computer labs. This has been a huge improvement for both IT staff (by reducing the cost and workload involved in managing those labs) dare county nc building codes students (who no longer have to travel to campus within limited hours of operation to access software).

      Overall, Kirkland rates his satisfaction with Kivuto’s solutions and services at 5/5. “Without Kivuto’s solution, we would have an unfulfilled need,” he says. “We wouldn’t have had a way to deliver home-use software to faculty and students – or it would have been a horribly inconvenient manual process.”

      For almost 25 years, Kivuto has transformed the way academic software is delivered. Today, Kivuto streamlines the management and delivery of academic digital resources through Kivuto Cloud – a secure and centralized platform for schools to offer any type of digital resources to their students, faculty, and staff.

      Find out how Kivuto Cloud can help your institution. View our solution brief or book a demo today.

      Источник: https://kivuto.com/case-study/enabling-home-use-licensing-at-eastern-michigan-university/

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      Eastern Michigan University Brings Back Divisive Indian Logo to "Honor its History, Pride"

      Despite having changed their mascot some twenty years ago from the Hurons to the Eagles, the president and some alumni at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) have seen fit to reclaim the old logo for the football team's home opener. Despite the fact that the Michigan Civil Rights Commission recommended all schools avoid the use of American Indian mascots, EMU's marching band will be wearing the old logo, the Detroit News reports.

      The News reports that many of the school's almuni have long derided the team's name, logo and mascot change, and have refused to support the school financially because of the decision.

      "Once a Huron, always a Huron," appears to be the mantra of some EMU alumni, the Detroit News reports.

      "An effort to heal that wound will be made on Saturday at the football team's home opener against Illinois State at Rynearson Satdium," AnnArbor.com reports. The News goes on to write that "The EMU Marching Band will sport the logo on its new uniforms Saturday...although the uniform's Huron logo won't be easily visible, the move is part of several university efforts to unite EMU alumni — especially those who are still vocal about the dropped mascot and won't financially support the university."

      The ruffled feathers of alumni, and the witholding of financial support, apparently trumps the 1991 decision by the Michigan Civil Rights Commission and the feelings of Michigan's many tribal members.

      "Reinstating the Hurons is just one of several ways the university is starting to nod to and celebrate its past," EMU President Susan Martin told the News. "She came up with the idea with alumni to include the Huron mascot on the 275 new band uniforms," the News reports.

      "I don't like native people being used as mascots in any situation," said American Indian Services Director Fay Givens to the News, who was a outspoken supporter of changing the Huron mascot in 1991.

      For more on this story, click here.

      Источник: https://indiancountrytoday.com

      Enabling Home-Use Licensing at Eastern Michigan University

      Eastern Michigan University (EMU) is a major learning and research institution in the United States. The Division of Information Technology (IT)’s Desktop and Classroom Technology team – a team of just 10 full-time staff members – is responsible for end-user support, device management, and classroom technology, as well as managing, distributing, and supporting all software licensed for the university’s 16,000+ students.

      Historically, course software was made available to students in campus labs. What software students were permitted to install on their own machines was distributed in person on physical media. The Division of IT wanted to start distributing home-use licenses for more software – specifically SAS® and IBM® SPSS – and moving from in-person to online payments.

      Aric Kirkland, the Director of Desktop and Classroom technology, began investigating solutions to make this possible.

      EMU needed a way to make SPSS and SAS available on students’ personal devices. Their old manual distribution process was inconvenient for students and a burden on IT staff. For certain software, like SPSS, it simply wasn’t possible. These products were available only in select school labs with limited hours of operation.

      The school experimented with offering virtual access to software, but that approach came with its own problems. The end-user experience was not the same as having the software installed on students’ own device. Access depended on a good internet connection, and the university was determined to provide equitable access. There was also the issue of cost. “You really had to look at licensing for every person who could potentially use the solution rather than the ones who were actually going to,” says Kirkland. “It really didn’t work out cost-wise to do it that way.”

      Kirkland and his team turned to home-use licenses as an alternative to virtualization. But they struggled to find a solution that would not be a burden on the team or create compliance and security risks for the university. “We looked to see if there were any open-source canned packages for online download stores,” says Kirkland. “But it would have been another server we’d have to maintain and secure. Being a short-staffed IT department, it didn’t make a lot of sense for us to take on something like that.”

      In the end, the university could find only one company that could meet their needs around home-use licenses without creating an unmanageable burden for IT staff. Kivuto Solutions was known to the university as the original deployment method for Microsoft Work from Home licenses and student academic licensing for VMware products. It was to them that EMU ultimately turned for a solution to distribute home-use licenses for SAS and SPSS.

      Kivuto’s platform enabled the institution to offer home-use licenses through a branded online store. Access is self-serve and distribution is automated, saving IT the work of manual distribution. The platform also supports PCI DSS-compliant e-commerce to enable secure online payments and includes full end-user support, which took even more work off IT’s shoulders.

      The implementation was effortless for EMU staff.  “We didn’t have to worry about making installers available to students,” Kirkland said in a 2020 webinar with Kivuto. “We didn’t have to support them through the installation process or develop a means of delivering authorization codes. All we had to do was create the offering within our store and add codes to the voucher pool. The WebStore did the rest of the work.”

      Almost 10 years later, EMU still uses Kivuto’s platform to distribute SAS and SPSS software for home use. This approach has been so successful, the university has since expanded their usage to distribute JMP software and, as of September 2021, to provide home access to Adobe Creative Cloud.

      Here are the key benefits EMU has seen from using Kivuto’s platform.

      • Home-Use Distribution
        Kivuto’s platform enabled EMU to start offering home-use licenses for SAS, SPSS, and other software. This has eliminated the need for IT to manually distribute software or for students to visit a campus lab to access it. And it’s proven far more convenient for students and cost-effective for the school than virtualization.
      • End-User and Admin Support
        Of their many responsibilities, supporting students is the top priority for Kirkland’s team. It was critical that whatever solution they chose for distributing home-use licenses not cause a spike in support tickets. Since Kivuto provides full end-user support around software access and installation, the team’s support burden has been reduced. Kivuto also provides account management and administrator support, which Kirkland describes as “phenomenal.”
      • Secure Cost Recovery
        Kivuto Cloud’s PCI DSS-compliant e-commerce functionality enabled EMU to charge students for software without obligating IT staff to worry about to processing payments or ensuring security. By leveraging this functionality, EMU has recovered over $5,000 USD per year over the past five years and over $7,000 USD in 2020 alone.
      • Reduced Reliance on Labs
        The ability to offer home-use licenses has decreased the need to support campus computer labs. This has been a huge improvement for both IT staff (by reducing the cost and workload involved in managing those labs) and students (who no longer have to travel to campus within limited hours of operation to access software).

      Overall, Kirkland rates his satisfaction with Kivuto’s solutions and services at 5/5. “Without Kivuto’s solution, we would have an unfulfilled need,” he says. “We wouldn’t have had a way to deliver home-use software to faculty and students – or it would have been a horribly inconvenient manual process.”

      For almost 25 years, Kivuto has transformed the way academic software is delivered. Today, Kivuto streamlines the management and delivery of academic digital resources through Kivuto Cloud – a secure and centralized platform for schools to offer any type of digital resources to their students, faculty, and staff.

      Find out how Kivuto Cloud can help your institution. View our solution brief or book a demo today.

      Источник: https://kivuto.com/case-study/enabling-home-use-licensing-at-eastern-michigan-university/

      Twenty years ago, Eastern Michigan University changed its mascot from the Hurons to the Eagles after the Michigan Civil Rights Commission recommended all schools avoid the use of Native American mascots.

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      The Eastern Michigan band will wear uniforms with the former Hurons mascot emblazoned on them this year.

      The move was made in an effort to discourage negative imagery in the depiction of Native Americans, but the unintended result has been a divisive split between alumni, some of whom refuse to support the school financially because of the decision.

      An effort to heal that wound will be made on Saturday at the football team's home opener against Illinois State at Rynearson Stadium. As reported by the Detroit News, the Eastern Michigan marching band will wear uniforms with the old Huron logo emblazoned on them.

      The uniforms will also include the school's original "Normalite" logo from its days as the Michigan State Normal College.

      According to the report, it will be the first sanctioned use of the Huron logo since 1991.

      "We have many, many Hurons who are still Hurons in their heart to this day. And, of course, we have been the Eagles for 20 years," Eastern president Susan Martin told the Detroit News. "It's showing respect to the past but embracing the fact that we are all together under the block E and love Eastern."

      Pete Cunningham covers sports for AnnArbor.com.

      Источник: http://www.annarbor.com/sports/eastern-michigan-band-revives-controversial-native-american-huron-logo/

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        Eastern Michigan University

        Location

        Eastern Michigan University’s 800 acre campus is located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. There is a lot of history associated with this place. You will find many nicely maintained historical buildings in and around the campus to keep you riveted. It is located at a distance of 13 km’s from Ann Arbor and 56 km’s from Detroit. The Detroit Metro Airport is just about fifteen minutes’ drive away from the campus.
        There are several unique bars to try out near the campus. If you are fond of beer ( and of legal age to enjoy it) , a brewery near the campus is a place you need to check out.

        Campus

        The massive campus houses nearly 120 state of the art and classical buildings with over 18,000 students’ enrolled in various programs.
        The following is a list of the colleges in EMU:

      • College of Arts and Sciences,
      • College of Business,
      • College of Education,
      • College of Health and Human Services,
      • College of Technology,
      • Honors College, and
      • Graduate School.
      • Among the listed colleges, the College of Arts and Sciences is the largest. It houses about 125 study programs. In addition to these, the other facilities include:
      • Peace Auditorium.
      • Sherzer Hall,
      • Ford Gallery,
      • The Terrestrail and Aquatic Ecology Research Facility, and
      • Kresge Environmental Education Center,
      • The university library is one of the largest in the state with a variety of books and journals available in both print and online formats.
        The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest in the university which offers nearly 125 programs. The university also aims to be environmentally sensitive; the Kresge Environmental Education Centerplays a crucial role in this regard. In addition to these there are many other crucial structures such as the Pease Auditorium, the Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology Research Facility, et cetera.

        Residing Options

        The campus is equipped to provide residence to students andfaculties as well. For students the housing is divided into classes. It can be understood in the following manner.

      • Putman and Phelps: For first year housing purposes.
      • Village, Buell, and three apartment complexes: Upperclassmen students.
      • Downing, Hoyt , Sellers, Walton, Best house , Pitman Wise, Hill: Residence for students not considering their class ranking.
      • Best and Downing Hall: For Honors students.
      • Cornell Court and Westview apartments: For faculty members and family housing options.
      • Faculty

        At the undergraduate level, the University offers over 200 majors and minors and about 170 graduate programs. Each and every course ware and program undergoes an extensive discussion and not only that the students are also required to opine on their experiences and also make suggestions.

        Источник: https://yocket.com/universities/eastern-michigan-university-2704

        Eastern Michigan Eagles

        Eastern Michigan is a member of the Mid-American Conference

        The Eastern Michigan Eagles, formerly known as the Normalites and the Hurons, are the athletic teams for Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States. The Eagles compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division I level as members of the Mid-American Conference (MAC). The only exception is the women's rowing program, which is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. Altogether, the Eagles have won three NCAA Division II national championships and 13 NAIA Division I national championships in five different sports (baseball, men's cross country, men's swimming and diving, men's indoor track and field, and men's outdoor track and field); moreover, EMU has been NCAA Division I national runner-up twice. In 1940, the men's cross country team finished second to Indiana University at the national meet hosted by Michigan State University.

        The Eagles have also won the Reese Trophy, given to the best overall men's athletic program in the MAC, five times, most recently in 2018.[2] EMU was a member of the Illinois Intercollegiate Athletic Conference from 1950 to 1961, and has been a member of the MAC since 1972.

        History[edit]

        The university was founded in 1849 as Michigan State Normal School. It wasn't until the school was Michigan State Normal College when the school's first nicknames (then Michigan State Normal College), were the "Normalites" and "Men from Ypsi". The "Hurons" first came into being as the result of a contest sponsored by the Men's Union in 1929. On Oct. 31 of that year, a three-person committee, composed of Dr. Clyde Ford, Dr. Elmer Lyman and Professor Bert Peet, selected the name "Hurons" from the many entries in the contest. The name was submitted by two students, Gretchen Borst and George Hanner. The runner-up name in that contest was Pioneers. The "Hurons" was adopted in 1929. In 1959, the school's name was changed to Eastern Michigan University but oddly, the mascot did not become the Emu. EMU was a member of the Illinois Intercollegiate Athletic Conference from 1950 to 1961, and eventually joined the Mid-American Conference in 1972. The university switched from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I athletics in the mid-1970s. Since the 1991 season, Eastern Michigan University athletic teams have gone by the nickname "Eagles."

        Since joining the Mid-American Conference in 1972, Eastern's most successful athletics programs in men's sports include: cross country with over 17 MAC titles, indoor track & field with 12 MAC titles, outdoor track & field with over 20 MAC titles and men's swimming & diving with over 30 MAC titles. The more successful sports in women's athletics include outdoor track & field with over 10 MAC titles and indoor track & field with 3 MAC titles.[3]

        EMU football made three appearances in NCAA (football) bowl games in 1971 Pioneer Bowl, winning in the 1987 California Bowl and most recently the Bahamas Bowl in 2016.[4] Eastern's men's basketball team has appeared in four NCAA Division I tournaments. They reached the Sweet Sixteen in the 1991 and in 1996 they beat Duke in first round. As well, men's basketball reached the Final Four of the 1972 NCAA College Division National Championship and were national runners up in 1976.

        On March 20, 2018, EMU announced the elimination of four sports: Wrestling, softball, men's swimming and diving, and women's tennis. Despite the dismal record over the years, football was not considered for elimination. NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision regulations mandate that each member school must field at least 16 varsity sports and the Mid-American Conference mandates football for its members.[5] Despite a court order to restart the softball team to satisfy a Title IX dispute, EMU stated a preference to add women's lacrosse, citing costs compared to softball as well as growing youth participation numbers for lacrosse.[6] In November 2019, EMU officially announced the addition of women's lacrosse. The news coincided with the news of the MAC beginning sponsorship of the sport in 2021. EMU will join five other MAC members fielding women's lacrosse for the conference's second season in 2022.[7]

        Huron to Eagles[edit]

        The Michigan State Normal logo used until 1929 (far left), Huron logo used from 1929 to 1991 (center left), Eagle logo used 1991–2013 (center right), "E" logo used 2013–present (far right)

        See also: Wyandot people § Origin, names and organization

        EMU began investigating the appropriateness of its Huron Indian logo after the Michigan Department of Civil Rights issued a report in October 1988 suggesting that all schools using such logos drop them. The report claimed that the use of Native American names, logos or mascots for athletic teams promoted racial stereotypes. At that time, four colleges, 62 high schools and 33 junior high/middle schools in Michigan used Native American logos or names, including Mid-American Conference rival Central Michigan University. CMU did not, however, change their nickname from the Chippewas. The EMU Board of Regents voted to replace the Huron name with Eagles, taken from three recommendations from a committee charged with supplying a new nickname. The other two final names submitted were Green Hornets and Express. The Eagles name was officially adopted on May 22, 1991, when the EMU Board of Regents voted to replace the existing Huron nickname and logo with the new one. During the 1991 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, announcer Jim Nantz talked about the controversy and referred to the team on-air as the "No-Names."

        Some former students and faculty were angered that a unique name like Huron was replaced by something common like Eagles, especially for reasons of political correctness relating to Native American names, logos or mascots depicting a Native American. Early French explorers referred to these natives as the Huron, either from the French huron ("ruffian", "rustic"), or from hure ("boar's head"). According to tradition, French sailors thought that the bristly hairstyle of Wendat warriors resembled that of a boar.[8] But these negative etymological meanings conflict with the "bon Iroquois" attitude held by the French fur traders and explorers. An alternate etymology is from the Algonquin words ronon ("nation"), or Irri-ronon ("Erie" or "Cat Nation"). It was pronounced Hirri-ronon by the French, eventually shortened to Hirr-on, and finally spelled in its present form, Huron. Other etymological possibilities come from the Algonquin words ka-ron and tu-ron ("straight coast" and "crooked coast").[9]

        Some alumni have refused to donate money to the school. The name change spurred an official chapter of the EMU Alumni Association, the Huron Restoration Chapter. The chapter claims to have the support of Chief Leaford Bearskin of the Wyandot Tribe of Oklahoma and former Grand Chief Max Gros-Louis of the Huron-Wendat Nation of Quebec to reestablish the team name as Huron.[10] Since the change, the university has not altered the name and has continued to adopt the Eagle name. In 1994, the university adopted a new mascot called "Swoop".[11] In 2011, EMU began its True EMU Campaign which aimed to unite all alumni stating "Whether you are a Huron or an Eagle, whether you graduated 50 years ago or last semester, we want you to show the world you remember your times in Y-Town, water tower and all."[12]

        Mascot[edit]

        Main article: Swoop (Eastern Michigan University)

        Swoop is the mascot for Eastern Michigan University. Before the 1991 season, Eastern Michigan University went by the "Hurons." After 1991 Eastern has gone by the "Eagles." Even though the school adopted the name "Eagles" it was not until 1994 when "Swoop" was adopted as the official mascot for the university.[11] Swoop is depicted as an American bald eagle wearing an Eastern Michigan University jersey, displaying the numbers "00" on the front and "Swoop" on the back. Swoop's gender is undefined. At the Eastern Michigan University bookstore a stuffed animal pair can be purchased, one wearing a jersey, the other wearing a cheerleader outfit.

        Facilities[edit]

        Main article: List of Eastern Michigan University buildings § Athletic and Recreation buildings

        EMU Athletics oversees and uses several facilities on the EMU campus such as the EMU Convocation Center, Bowen Field House, Eagle Crest Resort (Ypsilanti, Michigan), the Indoor Practice Facility (the bubble), Olds-Robb Rec/IM, Oestrike Stadium and Rynearson Stadium.[13][14][15]

        Rynearson Stadium opened in 1969 and is the largest facility on the campus.[16] Convocation Center is a multi-purpose arena that opened on December 9, 1998 is the largest indoor facility. Bowen Field House is used by Eastern Michigan Eagles track and field, Eastern Michigan Eagles wrestling, and Eastern Michigan Eagles gymnastics. Oestrike Stadium is used for baseball and softball events.[15] The newest building operated by athletics is the Indoor Practice Facility, which opened in 2010. Six intercollegiate sports use the facility which include football, baseball, softball, women's soccer and men's and women's golf.[17][18]

        Athletic bands[edit]

        The Eastern Michigan University Marching Band, nicknamed "The Pride of the Peninsula," was first formed in 1894.

        The Eastern Michigan University Basketball Band is directed by the two graduate assistants of the band. Unlike the marching band which is made up of all brass and woodwinds, the Basketball Band's instrumentation is strictly "Brass and Sax." The Basketball Band travels with the basketball teams during the MAC tournament or the NCAA tournament.

        The school song "Our Pledge" was written by Edward Bowles and was arranged for the marching band by Thomas Tyra. The melody of "Eagles Fight Song" was written by Larry Livingston and arranged for marching band by Thomas Tyra. The percussion parts were written by Whitney Prince. "Go Green" was written by Thomas Tyra.

        Varsity sports[edit]

        Eastern Michigan University offers 19 NCAA Division I varsity sports, 7 for men and 12 for women.[19]

        Men's sports Women's sports
        BaseballBasketball
        BasketballCross country
        Cross countryGolf
        FootballGymnastics
        GolfLacrosse
        Track & fieldRowing
        Soccer
        Swimming & diving
        Tennis
        Track & field
        Volleyball
        † – Track and field includes both indoor and outdoor.

        Baseball[edit]

        Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles baseball

        See also: Oestrike Stadium

        Oestrike Stadium looking towards Huron River Drive.

        On June 19, 1976, after finishing in sixth place the year before, the baseball team was defeated by the University of Arizona in the final game of the College World Series at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska. (As of 2016, EMU remains the last northern school to make it to the NCAA baseball championship game.) Under the leadership of Coach Ron Oestrike and assistant Roger Coryell, the Hurons defeated Maine, Clemson, and Arizona State (with its 13 future Major Leaguers) before losing its last two games to Arizona. EMU was led by stars Bob Owchinko, Bob Welch, Dan Schmitz, Jerry Keller, Glenn Gulliver, Glen Ambrose, Mike Lauerman, Thom Boutin and John Martin.

        Men's basketball[edit]

        Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles men's basketball

        See also: Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center

        Eastern's men's basketball team has appeared in four NCAA Division I tournaments, and have a 3–4 record, tied for third best among Michigan colleges. They reached the Sweet Sixteen in the 1991 tournament (their first ever appearance) and defeated Duke University in the first round of the 1996 tournament.

        One of the great highlights in team history came after the victory over Duke in 1996 when the Blue Devils' Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski stated, "Eastern Michigan is very well coached, much deeper than we are and, today, much quicker than we were."[20]

        EMU reached the Final Four of the 1972 NCAA College Division National Championship, led by All-American George Gervin, an NBA Hall of Famer selected as one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History. In 1976, the Baseball team was national runners up in NCAA Division I.

        Women's basketball[edit]

        Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles women's basketball

        Eastern's women's basketball team began in the 1977–78 season.

        Cross country[edit]

        Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles men's cross country

        Eastern Michigan Eagles men's cross country is a varsity level sport. The Eagles compete at the Division I level in the NCAA. The men's cross country team has won fourteen team championships. Its current head coach, John Goodridge, has won five MAC championships in his nine years as head coach. The cross country team at the school started in 1911.[21]

        [edit]

        Main article: Eastern Michigan Eagles football

        See also: Rynearson Stadium

        the football team in 1917

        The football team played one home game a year at Ford Field in downtown Detroit from 2004–07 in the "Collegiate Clash". They hosted Central Michigan University (2004), Western Michigan University (2005), the United States Naval Academy (2006), and Northwestern University (2007). After winning the first Ford Field game over CMU in triple overtime 61–58, they lost three in a row.

        The greatest football victory in EMU history occurred in December 1987. The MAC Champion Hurons defeated 17½ point favorite San Jose State in the California Bowl. The victory culminated a 10–2 season and improbable rise from the depths of Division I-A college football. Only two years previous the team was in serious jeopardy of losing Division I-A status. Head Coach Jim Harkema was instrumental in resurrecting the program. The two losses in 1987 were both on the road, and were by a total of 11 points.

        The 1988 and 1989 teams each finished in second place in the conference and ended the most successful stretch of football in school history with its fourth straight winning season.

        After a long series of losing records, and finishing the 2015 season with a 1–11 record, they have since appeared in bowl games in 2016, 2018, and 2019 under head coach Chris Creighton.

        Women's gymnastics[edit]

        See also: Bowen Field House

        Eastern Michigan Eagles gymnastics is a collegiate women's gymnastics program. Home meets are held in Bowen Field House.[22] Warner Gymnasium is the current home of the EMU Gymnastics Program.[23] Steve Wilce is the head coach for the EMU Gymnastics team along with Andrea Siik as an assistant coach.

        The team consists of 20 girls who all do different routines, skills, and compete at all different levels scoring. They all work together as a team and compete for themselves as well as each other to get the highest scores possible from the 4–8 judges on each event. There are ten to eleven meets per season and are every weekend from the end of January to the end of March. On average there are three to four home meets per season the rest being away meets that can be anywhere from Ohio to California.

        The team has ranked repeatedly within the top 15 for team GPA in the nation.[24] In 2008, the Eagles had 11 gymnasts named to the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women (NACGC/W) scholar-athlete team. Additionally, the team placed seventh as a team with a Mid-American Conference leading 3.5357 team GPA for the ninth consecutive year. In 2007, the team gained its first MAC title and in 2008 were runners up.[25]

        Swimming and diving[edit]

        See also: Olds-Robb Recreation-Intramural Complex

        The men's swimming and diving team hold the record for the most MAC Championships in a single sport, 31, which they won in Men's Swimming and Diving in 1978, 1980–1996, 1998, 2000–2005, 2007–2012, and 2014.[26]

        Women's swimming and diving is one of EMU's more successful women's sports. Women's Swimming and Diving team won MAC titles in 2006 and 2007.

        The head coach Peter Linn has been leading the Eagles for 27 years.

        Track and field[edit]

        Men's Outdoor Track & Field has over 20 MAC titles. Men's Indoor Track & Field has over 13 MAC titles. Women's Outdoor Track & Field has over 10 MAC titles. Women's Indoor Track & Field has 3 MAC titles.[27] Track and field collectively holds the record for most MAC titles out of all the EMU athletics teams.

        Wrestling[edit]

        See also: Bowen Field House

        Eastern Michigan Eagles wrestling team is a men's athletic program. Eastern Michigan adopted the sport of wrestling in 1956. The wrestling program was part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) from 1957 through 1962. In 1963–1966, EMU wrestling switched conferences to the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC). Since the exit from the PAC, EMU has been a part of the Mid-American Conference (MAC), starting in 1973. Home meets are held in Bowen Field House.[28] In 1996, wrestling won its first MAC championship. There are several home dual meets a year and an annually host of the EMU Open. The EMU Open is an annual event started in 1991 that hosts over 500 wrestlers and NCAA schools across all three divisions.[29] The last head coach of the EMU wrestling team was David Bolyard. Bolyard became the new head wrestling coach in 2014. The team has 6 NAIA All-Americans,[30] 5 NCAA Division II All-Americans,[31] and 4 NCAA Division I All-Americans.[32] As well, the team has over 20 MAC champions.[33]

        Despite having one of the best seasons in recent history and Sa'Derian Perry as its first All-American since 1999, wrestling was named one of the four sports EMU would cut in March 2018, just three days after the wrestling championships. In April 2018, Perry transferred to Old Dominion University with two years of eligibility remaining. As a member of a team whose program was eliminated, Perry would not lose a season of eligibility. EMU head coach Bolyard became an assistant at the University of Michigan.

        NAIA & NCAA D2 records[edit]

        Team records[edit]

        National championships (16)[4]

        • 1972: Men's Swimming and Diving – NCAA Division II
        • 1972: Men's Outdoor Track and Field – NCAA Division II
        • 1971: Men's Swimming and Diving – NAIA
        • 1971: Men's Indoor Track and Field – NAIA
        • 1971: Men's Outdoor Track and Field – NAIA
        • 1970: Baseball – NAIA
        • 1970: Men's Cross Country – NCAA Division II
        • 1970: Men's Cross Country – NAIA
        • 1970: Men's Swimming and Diving – NAIA
        • 1970: Men's Indoor Track and Field – NAIA
        • 1970: Men's Outdoor Track and Field – NAIA
        • 1969: Men's Swimming and Diving – NAIA
        • 1969: Men's Indoor Track and Field – NAIA
        • 1968: Men's Swimming and Diving – NAIA
        • 1967: Men's Cross Country – NAIA
        • 1966: Men's Cross Country – NAIA

        National runners-up (6)

        • 1971: Men's Basketball – NAIA Division I
        • 1969: Men's Cross Country – NCAA Division II
        • 1969: Men's Cross Country – NAIA
        • 1965: Men's Cross Country – NCAA Division II
        • 1940: Men's Cross Country – NCAA

        Individual records[edit]

        Individual champions

        Men's Track and Field:

        Men's Cross Country:

        Women's track and field:

        Club sports[edit]

        Eastern Michigan has over 15 club sport teams. Ranging from traditional sports such as men's hockey to unique sports such as Quidditch[34] and Roller Hockey. Roller Hockey achieved national championships in 2001 in NCRHA Division II.

        Men's hockey[edit]

        The men's hockey team[35] play in the Great Lakes Collegiate Hockey League (GLCHL) of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) in the Division 1 level. The Eastern Michigan Eagles hockey team began play in 1976. In the first 33 years of existence the Eagles played in the Central States Collegiate Hockey League (CSCHL) before switching to the newly formed GLCHL at the start of the 2010–2011 season. In 2003, the team was suspended for hazing from the 2004–05 season until 2007.[36] The team were national runners-up in 2000 and 1994 in the ACHA Division I league.

        Olympians[edit]

        EMU has 20 students and alumni who have competed in the Olympic Games. The earliest being Lloyd Olds, in 1932. The most recent being 2016 with Eric Alejandro

        • 2016 - Eric Alejandro
        • 2012 – Eric Alejandro and Jamie Nieto
        • 2008 – Sasha Springer-Jones
        • 2004 Athens Games: USA- Jamie Nieto (High Jump, 4th)
        • 2000 Sydney Games: Nigeria- Nduka Awazie (4 × 400 meter relay, Silver), Nigeria – Clement Chukwu (200 & 400 meters)
        • 1996 Atlanta Games: USA- Paul McMullen (1500 meters, 9th), Suriname – Tommy Asinga (800 meters), British West Indies – Greg Rhymer (1500 meters), Nigeria – Clement Chukwu (200 & 400 meters), Bahamas – Savatheda Fynes (100 & 200 meters, 400M Relay)
        • 1992 Barcelona Games: Suriname – Tommy Asinga (800 meters)
        • 1988 Seoul Games: Suriname – Tommy Asinga (800 meters)
        • 1984 Los Angeles Games: USA- Earl Jones (800 meters, Bronze), Trinidad and Tobago- Hasely Crawford (100 meters)
        • 1980 Moscow Games: Trinidad and Tobago- Hasely Crawford (100 meters)
        • 1976 Montreal Games: Trinidad and Tobago- Hasely Crawford (100 meters, Gold, 200 meters)
        • 1972 Munich Games: Trinidad and Tobago- Hasely Crawford (100 meters)
        • 1968 Mexico City Games: Canada – Dave Ellis (10,000 meters)
        • 1964 Tokyo Games: USA- Hayes Jones (110 High Hurdles, Gold), USA – Dean Rockwell, Manager of the Greco Roman Wrestling Squad
        • 1960 Rome Games: USA- Hayes Jones (110 High Hurdles, Bronze)
        • 1948 London Games: USA – George Marshall, Manager, Men's Track and Field
        • 1932 Los Angeles Games: USA – Lloyd Olds, Assistant Coach, Track and Field

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        External links[edit]

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