Dispatches from the desk of The Eastern Echo’s Editor-in-Chief Bryan Alfaro.
Starkweather, King, Sherzer and McKenney Hall are currently without water after complications arose this morning while construction crews were waterproofing Starkweather Hall.
Congressman John Dingell (D-Dearborn) delivered a statement to the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation concerning BP’s role in the recent Gulf of Mexico oil spill and similar incidents in the past.
After the thunderstorms that swept through Southeast Michigan this morning, President Barack Obama made it to the Big House to speak to University of Michigan graduates.
President Susan Martin announced at a board of regents meeting today that tuition and room and board rates will not increase for the 2010-2011 budget year.
A new state-wide smoking law will take effect May 1, banning smoking in bars, restaurants, hotels and private clubs that have a food license.
Valterri Filppula and Johan Franzen scored the only goals for the Wings in their 4-2 loss at the Joe Louis Arena on Sunday.
Apparently, a story written in January 2009 by then Echo columnist Tom Brandt (”“Republicans turned off by size of obama’s package”“:http://archive.easternecho.com/content/republicans-turned-size-obamas-package?page=2) is making the rounds again on the Internet. To clear up any misconceptions: The story is about the stimulus package.
Clad in buttons reading “No Lecturer Left Behind” and taking up more than three rows in 201 Welch Hall, members of EMU’ s Adjunct Lecturers’ Organizing Committee, or ALOC, made their presence known at Tuesday’s regents meeting. Two adjuncts made public remarks to the regents, explaining their decision to form a union. Read this story from Monday’s paper for more background, and check back later/read Thursday’s paper for a full story on the regents meeting.
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