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The Eastern Michigan Eagles took on Ball State on Tuesday, Jan. 14. Ball State is the fourth team in a row that Eastern Michigan has lost to who currently sit with a 0-4 conference record. Head coach Rob Murphy reacted to the loss: “Tonight, when Ball State was open, they knocked it down. When we had opportunities, we didn’t. That’s the bottom line.”
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Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball defeated Miami (Ohio) University in a blowout Wednesday, Jan. 15 at the Convocation Center. The win gives the Eagles its third MAC victory and Eastern Michigan now has a 3-1 MAC record. A successful first quarter for the Eagles was the start of the blowout. EMU scored 29 points in the first quarter.
There is now an update to the fatal shooting of a 21-year-old man in Nancy Park of Ypsilanti Township.
Election season is nearly underway, and not only on the presidential stage. To pass any of the proposals touted in the Democratic horse race, the party as a whole will have to keep their House majority and gain several seats in the Senate.
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The Eastern Michigan women’s gymnastics team started the season 1-0 with a victory on the road versus Bowling Green State University on Saturday, Jan. 11. The final score was 194.875-193.325 in favor of the Eagles, who were led by Jada Rondeau, Emili Dobronics, Caitlin Satler, Kara Roberts and others.
The Eastern Michigan women’s track team continued their indoor season nearby at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. This is known as the Wolverine Invitational where 10 different schools participated, including the Eagles. To start off the field events Sophomore Nina Ward took fourth place in the long jump with a jump of 5.54 meters.
Hey Eagles, welcome back to the Eastern Echo Podcast! This semester’s first print editions of the Echo are available today - these are a special “Decade in Review” issue, so be sure to pick one up on your way to classes! On today’s episode we’ll be discussing a robbery that happened just south of campus, EMU’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, as well as updates on the gymnastics and basketball teams. I’m your host Liz Hornyak, and you’re listening to the Eastern Echo Podcast.
It’s the start of a new decade, and the Eastern Echo staff would like to take a moment to reflect on the crazy up’s and down’s of the decade. In this “decade in review” edition, we’d like to showcase some of the biggest and most newsworthy stories from our campus over the decade. These stories reflect our campus at its best and its worst, its successes and its failures. Regardless of what this new decade brings, let’s take a moment to look back on EMU during the 2010’s.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team fell to Northern Illinois University on the road on Saturday, Jan 11. The Eagles tipped off Mid-American Conference play against Akron on Saturday, Jan 4. With the loss to NIU, EMU has now lost its first three games against fellow MAC teams.
What do Governor Michael Dukakis; Vice President Al Gore; and Secretary of State, Senator, and First Lady Hillary Clinton all have in common? They were all Democratic nominees for President and they all lost.
The Ypsilanti Police Department is investigating a murder by a fatal shooting in an Ypsilanti-area park known as Nancy Park.
Since I was in middle school, I have always loved entertainment and fashion. Currently, my favorite celebrity couple is Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra.
The International Olympic Committee, or IOC, recently warned athletes participating in the 2020 Summer Games that any forms of political protest or messaging are strongly prohibited. They did this by putting out a three page document of guidelines that clarified Rule 50 of their charter. Rule 50 stated in part, “No kind of demonstration or political, religious or racial propaganda is permitted in any Olympic sites, venues or other areas.”
"Like A Boss" is one of the first comedy films to be released in 2020. Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne play Mia Carter and Mel Paige, best friends for over 20 years who have built a makeup brand. They often come up with original cosmetic ideas, which gets the attention of Claire Luna (played by Salma Hayek), who happens to be a cosmetic mogul with ulterior motives. This dynamic makes for some pretty hilarious twists and turns.
This is your last chance to get your knives out early! See #KnivesOut tonight: link in bio.
The Eastern Michigan Eagles women's basketball team went into Muncie, Ind. looking for their first 3-0 start against the MAC since the 2006-2007 season. It didn't go as planned as EMU lost 59-54 to the Cardinals at Worthen Arena on Saturday. Areanna Combs had 18 points for the Eagles (7-7, 2-1 MAC) with a season-high in rebounds at 11.
Freedom of speech is a cornerstone of a truly free society - it is the ability to
freely exchange ideas with one another. Having freedom of speech is the ability to express yourself and be comfortable with yourself; free speech helps
people find out who they are and their place in life. This great freedom comes with great responsibility, as it calls for individuals to respect other
opinions and associate with people who do not hold the same views.
Since her last album "Revival" was released in 2015, Selena Gomez has been through many ups and downs in her personal life, which were intensified by being in the public eye. Her new LP titled "Rare," released Friday, Jan. 10, reflects on these experiences and shows how much the singer has grown as both an artist and an individual.
Before her third studio album "Manic" is set to release on Saturday, Jan. 17, Halsey has released a sixth track titled “You should be sad,” alongside an official musical video on Thursday, Jan. 9. After just one day, the video was already trending on YouTube.