Monday, Jan. 26
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Monday, Jan. 26
Climate change is a hot topic in current events, even being mentioned in the State of the Union Address. The Echo asked students, “Do you think that climate change is a real issue that Americans should be worried about? Why? Or why not?”
Eastern Michigan University students gathered in Bruce T. Halle Library Friday afternoon to participate in a time management workshop.
Eastern Michigan University’s wrestling team eventually fell to the Michigan State Spartans by a score of 16-18 on the final match after getting out to a 13-4 lead Friday night at the EMU Convocation Center.
Eastern Michigan University students practiced mindfulness and relaxation in the “Mindful Being” meditation program at Snow Health Center on Friday.
Journalist and author John Gallagher visited Eastern Michigan University Tuesday evening to kick off the three-part lecture series, “The Future of Urban Michigan,” hosted by the Political Science department.
During the Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, Eastern Michigan University hosted 13 academic programs, many of which were LBC-approved.
Eastern Michigan University’s Writing Center, in its current form, has been building a reputation of providing the EMU community with an opportunity to improve its writing works since 2010.
The 2014-2015 Eastern Michigan University history speaker series continued with Patti Duncan from Oregon State University Thursday. Duncan presented her lecture on the Genealogies of Unbelonging: Contesting Legacies of U.S. Militarism in South Korea.
President Obama announced on Jan. 8 a proposal in favor of free “for anyone willing to work for it” community college tuition. As college students face higher debt than ever, The Echo asked: “Do you think free tuition for community college is a good idea? Why or why not?”
Eastern Michigan University lists more than 600 scholarships on its financial aid page. Many of these scholarships can be awarded during a student’s freshman year or after.
As clouds darken the sky and the wind outside howls, a group of Eastern Michigan University students meet in McKenny Hall no matter the weather.
Dr. Patti Duncan: Genealogies of Unbelonging - Contesting Legacies of U.S. Militarism in South Korea
In an attempt to avoid last year’s Student Government election controversy, Eastern Michigan University’s Student Senate is preparing for the 2015 election now.
Eastern Michigan University hosted the Annual Distributive Education Clubs of America District 5 Marketing Competition, Jan. 8-9, in the Student Center Ballroom. Approximately 1,700 high school students were in attendance.
Eastern has had a long tradition of hosting events, discussions and memorials for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. For EMU’s 29th celebration, the MLK Celebration Committee has a new theme: “Breaking the Illusion: The Movement Continues.” This year’s events will take up four days, culminating with six events on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
SOLAR: “Meetings that keep 'em coming”
Saturday, Jan. 6
The 2015 non-conference schedule has been set. Eastern Michigan University will open at home for the third straight season, hosting Old Dominion Sept. 5. This will be the second straight season the Eagles face the Monarchs, losing to them 17-3 last year on the road.
Two ordinances underwent a first reading at the Ypsilanti City Council meeting Tuesday evening. A public hearing has set the second readings to be on Feb. 17.