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Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the speculation over how it will end has been nonstop. The least-controversial and most talked about path towards herd immunity, a state where the majority of the population is immune and therefore cannot spread the virus, is a vaccine. The lingering question, however, remains: what if no vaccine is widely distributed for two or three years, if at all? The only other viable alternative will be achieving herd immunity via the majority of the population contracting COVID-19 and recovering.
EMU president James Smith released a report on Thursday, May 7, announcing the university's plans to begin preparing for the 2020 fall semester. In the statement it was announced that EMU will begin to turn its attention to planning for the fall semester being in-person "in what can best be described as a 'new normal.'" According to Smith, the main priority for reopening is the "health, safety and well being of" of both students and staff.
Some human world content doesn't mix well with the demon one.
For a sciencey-guy like the hero Pale-Spider, magic is the weirdest thing to witness.
The South fought to preserve slavery, and the Northern states sought to abolish it. This is likely the narrative that any brief overview of the American Civil War will provide. However, Leigh Young provides evidence that parts of the North, including Ypsilanti, wanted nothing to do with abolitionist efforts.
Liz Hornyak: On today’s episode: Ypsilanti finds a way support their local farmers markets in light of social distancing, an EMU student org raises funds for a community halfway around the world and the Washtenaw County Health Department creates two more COVID-19 testing sites for Ypsilanti residents.
Heroes still have a life outside of being a hero, sometimes a love life. But that life can bounce back to them in unexpected ways!
A few days ago, Bob Dylan released a single titled False Prophets. In the last month and a half he’d also released two other singles - A Murder Most Foul and I Contain Multitudes. The release of those two led to a lot of speculation on whether an album was forthcoming. The release of False Prophets confirmed suspicions.
A donut shop is a love-hate relationship for some customers.
Imagine waiting to present your hard work put into your undergraduate senior thesis, with only a month until your presentation. That was Kaitlyn Eby position, who was one of the many EMU students who planned to present in the EMU Undergraduate Winter Symposium. Her plans, however were cut short by the COVID-19 global pandemic, and EMU’s decision to suspended in-person classes. Her presentation, along with all of her peers, were cancelled along with the whole of the 40th EMU Undergraduate Symposium.
Kennedy Dixon, a junior and public health major at EMU, was chosen to participate in the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services COVID-19 contact tracing. The goal is to slow the community spread of infectious pathogens, specifically COVID-19.
Through my hardest moments and the hardest times in my life, I’ve struggled. I’ve found myself struggling a lot.
Earlier this week, the NFL put out the 2020 schedule for all 32 teams. This is quite exciting, as it could allude to the NFL thinking that they will be able to play in the Fall, COVID-19 or not. There are many primetime matchups to watch out for this season, like Tampa Bay vs. New Orleans and Kansas City vs. Baltimore. However, today I’ll only be talking about the Detroit Lions and predicting their exact win-loss record for the upcoming 2020 season.
Luke, a Michael Jordan fan, and Caleb, a Pistons devotee, share their thoughts on Chicago Bulls documentary "The Last Dance".
The Kapamilya Club, EMU’s Filipino cultural association, has been raising funds through an online campaign for underprivileged communities in the Philippines.
The teacher lounge is the biggest mystery ever at school! What could be behind its metal hinges?! Our studious sleuths are on the case to find out!
The Washtenaw County Health Department announced plans to expand COVID-19 testing in the 48197 and 48198 areas of Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti-area farmers are collaborating with The Ypsi Area Online Market. Already included on the list are Growing Hope, The Farm at St. Joe’s and Zilke Farm Kitchen. This online market comes to the community during the challenging and unfamiliar time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After their introductions, Grey and Billo now begin their new everyday life together!
Some monsters are more horrid than others, and Monstra-Man's archnemesis, Homunculus, is the most vile!