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The historic United States 2016 Presidential Election brought with it a new age of hatred for the media. While journalists, reporters, and other brands of community watchdogs have been revered and reviled since their inception, the election of Donald Trump as the United States president reignited still-burning embers of loathing for the press.
Throughout the past few weeks life as we know it has been drastically changed. Movie theatres, gyms, and restaurants have all been forced to close in one way or another, making life dull and lonely to some during our time in quarantine.
A human has taken in Billo, but that same human is not so jazzed about him being a demon! On top of that, someone ahs just caught the two at home! What are they going to do!?
On Tuesday, March 24, the Office of the President stated that EMU Student Government elections are postponed until September 2020 in the “Daily COVID-19 Campus Update” email.
After years of cuts to public health funding during the Obama and Trump administrations, the United States was primed to suffer at the hands of COVID-19 come early January. While funding has been approved to provide free testing and paid sick leave, 87 million Americans are still uninsured or underinsured. Many Americans work jobs where they don’t receive sick leave, and still go to work when they’re sick in order to pay their bills. Many of these workers, like food service workers, retail and grocery workers, are still working right now- they’re considered essential. It’s extremely ironic that these essential workers don’t receive benefit
s or a living wage.
Some heroes have to make their own costumes, and the arachnid hero Poison-Spider is certainly handy with a thread and needle.
Remember everyone, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. So be aware...
March is Women's History Month! In honor of that, the Plague Doctor is taking a look back at all of the great women who contributed to the world of medicine.
Dark lords worry about their contribution to the world too, I mean, someone has to make sure there's a little evil left in the world.
The pandemic apocalypse is never like what you think of as a kid.
Dress Lil Cheep up! Print this out and cut out Lil Cheep's little outfits for a day of fashion!
Liz Hornyak: In this week’s news, EMU has decided to close all campus housing by March 31. The university has also announced that it is suspending face-to-face classes for the remainder of the school year. Governor Whitmer has expanded unemployment benefits until April 14. I’m your host Liz Hornyak and you’re listening to the Eastern Echo Podcast.
The Eastern Michigan Eagles (16-15, 9-9) women’s basketball team had their season end, as all others did, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The Eagles were competing in the MAC Tournament in Cleveland the day before the tournament was cancelled on Thursday, March 12. EMU was set to play the following day.
This is the second article in a series covering the candidates for EMU student body president and vice president. As such, this is not an endorsement by the Echo editorial staff.
The Eastern Michigan men’s track and field team had two meets between Feb. 22-29. The first was the Alex Wilson Invitational on Feb. 22, the second was the two-day MAC Indoor Championship beginning on Feb. 28. The men’s team had high finishes in both events, but all further events in the season have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lil Cheep is all about style!
Jack Swartzinski and Allanah Morales, candidates for Student Body President & Vice President and current members of EMU Student Government, held a “Digital Townhall” on Wednesday, March 18 on Instagram through their campaign account @jackandallanahforemu in which students could ask questions or make comments.
EMU announced on Thursday that effect March 31 at 5 p.m., all residence halls will close. International students, students who live far away, and others with special circumstances will continue to be exempt and can continue living on campus. These students may be asked to move to consolidate depending on occupancy.
It’s official: Eastern Michigan University has shifted fully online for the remainder of the winter semester. Emails from the office of the president encourage residents in EMU dorms and apartments to return to their permanent residences, some of those being in majority rural or semi-rural areas.
The human has taken Billo home in an attempt to help him, but does Billo even want the help?