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Line Latu is playing in his second season with the Eastern Michigan Eagles after coming from San Mateo Community College in California, where former lineman Jimmy Leatiota and former receiver Johnnie Niupalau also attended before transferring to EMU.
I was sculpting a figurette when I first heard this. That time, I recognized it as jazzy, good to work too. The second time, I realized it was a soulful anthem. Now I’ve listened to it so many times that it's a part of me.
On Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Eastern Michigan women’s golf team won its second consecutive tournament with a score of 942 (316-314-312) after going into the third round of the MAC Fall Preview trailing by three strokes. The Eagles captured the victory at Silver Lake Country Club.
My hair in the wind is like billowing leaves... it goes everywhere!
With a delicate balance of soft intonation and belting vocals, Noah Cyrus gives it her all in her most recent single and music video “Lonely.” Garnering over 1 million views on YouTube a week after its release with a healthy amount of likes, Noah gains another success to add to her growing repertoire.
Ronia-Isabel Cabansag: Homecoming celebrations are over and stress is in the air. Maybe you’ve skipped a class, a meal or several hours of sleep. Whether you’re a freshman or a senior, music ed. or pre-med, everyone can feel it because the last six weeks have been leading up to this very moment. Midterm season. Schoolwork and stress are unavoidable but The Echo team is here to remind you to take care of yourself this month.
Breck Turner committed to Eastern Michigan prior to the 2016 season, and now he’s a senior running back looking to end his career with a successful season.
Ypsilanti City Council voted on Tuesday, Oct. 15 to allow recreational marijuana businesses in the city. The ordinance passed 5-2, with Mayor Pro-Tem Lois Richardson and Councilman Anthony Morgan voting against it.
The Business and Finance Committee allocated a total of $2,684.91 during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Harry Styles. That’s it. That’s the story… just kidding!
Elizabeth Warren has distinguished herself in the Democratic primary as the candidate with big plans who’s not afraid to make big changes. Her steady growth in the polls is finally starting to overtake former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. - and with the Ukraine scandal threatening Biden’s candidacy, it’s starting to look like Warren is the candidate to beat. The other candidates at the fourth Democratic Debate on Tuesday, Oct. 15 definitely acted as if that were the case.
In the 2018 midterm elections, 57.5% of registered Michigan voters cast a ballot. This was an increase from the 42.8% that voted in the 2014 midterms. The uptick can be attributed to the dislike of President Trump but what also energized voters were two popular ballot proposals: anti-gerrymandering proposition two and proposition one, which legalized recreational marijuana. These initiatives brought many to the polls who might have stayed home, providing a blueprint on exactly what the Democrats need to do in Michigan and across the country to ensure victory in 2020.
The Eastern Michigan women’s volleyball team has had an up-and-down season thus far through 18 matches.
On Tuesday, Oct. 15, Eastern Michigan University President James M. Smith gave his second annual State of the University address to an attendance of roughly 30 faculty, staff, students and community members.
A hero's identity is everything to them, so who knows Lainna Joy is also the fiery heroine Cherry?
A.C. has set out to be a hero, but his first encounter with the world of crime has left a less than desirable look for our dear hero!
Although Eastern Michigan head coach Chris Creighton and the Eagles have dropped the first two games of the Mid-American Conference schedule, the team still sits at 3-3 on the season and are very much alive in the race for the top spot in the MAC West ahead of its matchup against rival Western Michigan.
The student organization Active Minds celebrated National Day Without Stigma by hosting “stigma sucks” lobby tables at the Student Center on Oct. 10. Students who pledged to be a stigma fighter received a sucker.
This story was updated upon learning more information at 12:54 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24.
In this week’s news overview, we’re bringing you updates on Student Government’s budget allocation, news of planned renovations to Ypsi’s Rutherford Bathhouse, and a rundown of EMU Sport scores from this weekend. Following our news briefing is your guide to events at EMU throughout the coming week.