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Relationships; a basic, human instinct that we all desire. Relationships are all around us and in many unique forms. Whether you are single, boo’d up or actively searching, relationships impact your life.
Ann Arbor is often regarded as an open, tolerant and liberal city. Throughout its neighborhoods, signs stating “All are Welcome Here” and “Hate has no Home Here” are commonplace. The city prides itself on accepting people of any cultural, racial or socioeconomic background. While these ideals might be verbally supported throughout the community, they are absent when it comes to housing policy. As Ypsilanti’s rental market becomes more expensive, the future of housing within Washtenaw County will be decided by the City of Ann Arbor and its residents.
Students often struggle with feeling overworked, underappreciated and stressed because of their course load, campus involvement and part or full-time jobs. Some prevailing mental health issues in the student population include anxiety and depression, conditions that don’t discriminate based on income, gender, race or sexuality.
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We are told our whole lives, “You have time.” Time to figure out what college you’re going to, what your major is going to be and what your overall life is going to be like.
It’s hard enough living with yourself, let alone actually... Living with Yourself.
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The third album, self-titled Old Dominion by country group Old Dominion is filled with upbeat songs that are perfect for going on a vacation. Even if you can’t physically travel anywhere right now, put this album on and take a break from all the stress that comes with being in the middle of the semester.
This weeks playlist is the first of many. It contains nine songs and I’m excited to share every single one with you. The songs included are: Candy, Arms Of A Woman, What’s Going On, When a Man Loves a Woman, River, Bring It On Home To Me, Crazy Love, Lean On Me and One Love.
Hunter S. Thompson // "We are all alone, born alone, die alone, and...in spite of true romance magazines...we shall all someday look back on our lives and see that, in spite of our company, we were alone the whole way. I do not say lonely...at least, not all the time...but essentially, and finally, alone. This is what makes your self-respect so important, and I don't see how you can respect yourself if you must look in the hearts and minds of others for your happiness."
Hillsong Worship returns 15 years after their last studio album with “Awake” with huge vocals and passoion abound. A twelve track album (with three live versions of songs already featured) released on October 11th, it sings the praises of Jesus with an incredible sense of hope and wonder.
Since her last album Revival was released in 2015, Selena Gomez has came out with a few songs that topped the charts including “Bad Liar,” “Fetish” and “Wolves.” However, none of them seemed to signify a new era until this past Tuesday night, October 22, when the superstar released her newest single, “Lose You to Love Me.”
It’s no secret that the anti-abortion student organization has been seen as the punching bag of campus with the precedent that no consequences will be had if they are tampered with. There have been countless times the anti-abortion group has had their displays tampered with and people are comfortable silencing a fellow student organization in broad daylight. If this had been any other student organization, there would be emails sent out by administration and Student Government would be issuing statements on the case quickly. But given it’s a student organization that represents something that is not popular or okay with the ever-popular radical college campus liberalism, it’s a different story.
As writers for the Eastern Echo, we are tasked with providing news to a wide variety of students. We have a valuable role and we should not take that lightly. But we have our own rights and we serve the entire student body. If we cover events on campus, we need to give these wide variety of voices their due diligence. News writers are committed to objectivity, to getting multiple perspectives and not picking and choosing between which are better for pushing one agenda.
Only one can rule. Check out this new poster inspired by #Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Art by @cmloweart. See the film in theaters now!
Time to celebrate - #Zombieland: Double Tap is now playing everywhere! ?
A new animated short film called “Hiccups” was released Oct. 13 on YouTube. The film is about a little video game console called Heart that is in a not-so-nice relationship.
It’s odd how the seasons first change so slowly and then seemingly all at once we’re thrown into a completely different universe. From feeling the sun melt on your skin until 9:00 p.m. to watching the outside world get swallowed by night before you’ve even had dinner, it is something us Michiganders must adapt to year after year. And yes, we can spruce it up with festivities like haunted houses and pumpkin patches and jacking up our excitement for the upcoming holiday season but the truth is, most people do in fact struggle with this drastic change after summer. It brings upon a very common struggle known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).