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The Eastern Michigan Eagles (2-2) women’s basketball team earned their second win of the season as they moved to 2-0 at the Convocation Center this year. The Eagles defeated Southeast Missouri State, 69-64, on Tuesday, Nov. 19 in Ypsilanti. EMU was led by freshman guard Aaliyah Stanley’s 24 points, four rebounds and two steals.
Until recently, I never thought about or even realized how every country has their own group of popular artists that most people from other places in the world aren’t at all familiar with. As of late, I’ve been introduced to a plethora of amazing musicians from the United Kingdom. Some of the people I was recommended to listen to didn’t sound anything like music in the U.S., which made me even more glad to discover tons of albums and tracks that I really like. Here are my top five favorite U.K. based artists I’ve newly added to my playlist.
The issue of healthcare has been front and center on the Democratic primary debate stage and has been a continuous topic in our nation’s political discourse since the inception and implementation of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare.)
Ronia-Isabel Cabansag: Hey Eagles, Ronia here. Just wanted to jump in before your news briefing to remind you to go back and listen to our Student Wellness Series if you haven’t already! Both parts have been released and are available wherever you access our podcasts. We also have some big projects in the works, including a short series covering the 50-year-old unsolved Michigan Murders cases. The trailer for that is coming soon so stay tuned. As always, our podcast team here at the Echo really appreciates your support. If you have any feedback for us - things you like, things you hate, things you want to see - please don’t hesitate to reach out to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For now, here’s Liz with your Monday news brief:
The Eastern Michigan University men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional on Friday, Nov. 15 at the Thomas Zimmer Championships Cross Country Course. Both teams were able to finish in the top-10 in their respective competitions.
Some people find complete euphoria in class being canceled. Others lose their mind.
It’s understood that our past experiences, both good and bad, are what shape the person we are today. We go through situations and depending on the outcome, we learn from it and move on. But what about that one thing that we can’t seem to forget? It sometimes feels like no matter what we do, all of our efforts are no match for that thing that sticks around in our memories and haunts us.
Ronia-Isabel Cabansag: On today’s Thursday edition, we’re bringing you an exclusive interview with one of the organizers of a recent event that brought model and actress Dominique Jackson to speak at EMU. I’m Ronia-Isabel Cabansag, and you’re listening to the Eastern Echo Podcast.
The University of Michigan and Michigan State University basketball teams have fought for control of the state for the past six years.
EMU men's basketball (4-0) travels to Montego, Jamaica to play the University of Maryland Baltimore County (4-1) on Friday. The teams will play at the Montego Bay Convention Centre as part of the Jersey Mike's Jamaica Classic, broadcasted on the CBS Sports Network at 2 p.m.
Eastern Michigan football earned its sixth win of the season against Northern Illinois on Tuesday, Nov. 19, defeating the Huskies 45-17.
A line of students formed in front of Jennifer Harding, a former drug addict and prisoner at the Women's Huron Valley Correctional Facility. Each one lauded her writing, thanked her for sharing her story and a few even gave her a hug.
The Student Body Government discussed its concerns regarding student homelessness, housing insecurity, food insecurity, issues with different university utilities and the mental health crisis among students.
The Business and Finance Committee passed Resolution 106-10 last Tuesday, Nov. 12, after amending the order of the line items. The Resolution was then voted on and passed during the Senate meeting Nov. 19.
The powerhouse hero E-Mo didn't always have his black and silver guise, he instead had something less...flattering.
Last week, former President Obama publicly commented on the Democratic presidential primary. While no candidate was endorsed, he criticized the populist campaigning tactics of progressives.
Our intrepid hero was bested by the dubious Dr. Sphere, but a new ally appears before A.C. with a proposal...
An unexpected trip to the emergency room can lead to expensive bills when one doesn't have health insurance. To help students avoid situations like these, the Office of Wellness and Community Responsibility (OWCR) hosted an affordable health insurance event on Nov. 20 in room 250 of the Student Center.
The creation and production of Native American jewelry started as early as 12,000 years ago. "Paleo-Indians transformed materials like shell and stone into wearable jewelry, and tribes across America followed suit." Animal and fishbones often could be etched into beautiful and elaborate pendants. Shells, stones, and coral were "chipped into tiny beads for necklaces or clothing decorations." These jewelry pieces are still made today with materials like gold and titanium.
Members of the Michigan Review of Prisoner Creative Writing (MRPCW) journal Editorial Committee read their favorite journal pieces from last 11 years on Monday, Nov. 18. The event took place at 734 Brewing Company (15 E. Cross St.) from 6-7:30 p.m.