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According to The National Human Trafficking Hotline, there were 383 cases of human trafficking reported in 2018 in the state of Michigan alone. On Wednesday, Nov. 20, the auditorium of EMU’s Student Center slowly filled with EMU women seeking education about human trafficking. With sex trafficking’s prevalence and focus within the media and on social media platforms, two EMU groups came together to spread awareness and educate students.
One of the most anticipated times of the year came in late 2019: Spotify Wrapped season. Spotify tracks the data of your listening habits and gives you playlists "wrapped" up in a little bow in time for the holidays.
160 students of color and international students graduating this semester gathered with their friends and family in Pease Auditorium on Friday, Dec. 13 for the Multicultural Graduation Celebration.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has consistently opposed the construction of a tunnel around Enbridge’s Line 5 oil pipeline. In March, the Democrat made good on that promise, signing an executive order nullifying former Gov. Rick Snyder’s approval of construction and signalling that a complete shutdown is imminent. This executive order has divided Michigan’s Democratic Party, pitting labor unions and environmentalists against each other.
Waking up is so good you just want to go back to sleep as soon as you get up!
"Call Down the Hawk" is a novel about dreaming. Whether slogging through sleep-induced chaos or clawing their way into being the people they want to be seen as, characters in this book dream big and dream hard. "Call Down The Hawk”, which was released on Nov. 5 is Maggie Stiefvater’s first book in her new series the "Dreamer Trilogy". These books will be a part of a spin-off from one of Stiefvater's previous series, "The Raven Cycle".
Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Ind. and presidential hopeful, has recently come under fire by his competitors and the press for his three-year stint at McKinsey & Co., a management consulting company based out of New York.
On Sunday morning, rapper Jarad Anthony Higgins, otherwise known as Juice WRLD, passed away after suffering a seizure. This came as a major saddening shock to fans everywhere, including myself. Juice WRLD was only on the scene for about a year and a half but he accomplished more in that span than some artists do in their entire careers.
The EMU Student Government Business and Finance Committee allocated a total of $3,508 to student organizations and $2,238.58 to club sports during its last meeting for the semester on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Lainna Joy has been the fiery heroine Cherry for quite some time, ever since she was a freshman in college to be exact!
A.C.s’ training continues, but he learns some individuals higher up in the world have interest in him. Who are these individuals? And will his talent ever show through for them?
The Eastern Michigan Eagles (6-6, 3-5) will face the Pittsburgh Panthers (7-5, 4-4) in the Quick Lane Bowl on Thursday, Dec. 26 at Ford Field in Detroit. The announcement that these two will play was made on Sunday, Dec. 8. This is the fifth bowl game appearance in school history and the first time ever the Eagles have reached two straight bowl games.
On Friday, December 6th, Harry Styles premiered the third and presumably last single for his upcoming album Fine Line, and fans are continuing to gain more and more anticipation for the project in its entirety.
Tattoos are a permanent thing, so you must make sure they are important to you.
The diabolical Dr. Sphere has been approached by a mysterious group, one composed of only villains!
Always respect your elders, but make sure they stay away from psychotic wizards, too!
Happy Holidays from the little sleuths of Hijinx Detectives! Stay warm and stay perceptive!
Xzania seems to have finally lost the police, but one problem remains: She doesn’t have a way home! Will she figure something out before the cops catch up to her again?
Welcome back to the Eastern Echo Podcast! Today is the last episode for 2019, but don’t worry. We’ll be back in the new year to continue bringing you the news. On today’s episode, we’ll be discussing Ann Arbor’s City Council decision to approve two affordable housing developments. We’ll also be discussing the fall commencement ceremony, and how EMU’s LGBTQ resource center honors the lives of transgender individuals. I’m your host Liz Hornyak and you’re listening to The Eastern Echo Podcast.
The First Year Writing program hosted the 37th Semiannual Celebration of Student Writing in the Student Center Ballroom on Thursday, Dec. 5.