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Even though the world is dealing with an unprecedented crisis, that doesn’t mean the land of the Six or anywhere else can’t put out vibe hits celebrating the essence of entertainment. Leave it to Toronto’s No.1 hit-maker to bless our upcoming celebration with a loose and unheard collection announced about four hours before publishing. Drake released a new mix-tape Dark Lane Demo Tapes to keep us anticipating his sixth studio album for summer 2020!
R&B/pop songstress Kehlani has been getting fans super excited in preparation for the release of her second studio album. The highly anticipated LP titled It Was Good Until It Wasn't, will debut on this upcoming Friday, May 8.
Although the story initially broke in March via The Intercept, sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden by Tara Reade have recently made headline news. For weeks leading up to the story finally being covered by mainstream news outlet The New York Times, the issue received considerable attention on left wing media like The Intercept, The Katie Halper Show, and Rising with Krystal Ball, with many Twitter figures and personalities also weighing in. Soon it was taken up by the right in Fox News, The Washington Examiner, and The Daily Wire, as well, with little word from sources like The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, and The Washington Post.
Listen to the full podcast episode above, or read some of the highlights down below! Let us know what you thought of the draft results on Twitter @LukeGremban, @CalebBurlingame, and @TheEasternEcho.
Liz Hornyak: In today’s news, a shooting on Grove Street and information on where Ypsilanti residents can go to get tested for COVID-19.
Billo has told his human friend, Grey, the details of his current situation. Now that they know a little more about each other, what kind of trouble are they going to get up to?
Over the course of the past week the NFL Draft took place in the form of a video-conference which was nationally televised. For sports fans everywhere, myself included, the draft was a much needed fill for our hunger for sports.
Kali Uchis released “TO FEEL ALIVE,” a four-song EP on Friday, April 24, via Interscope Records. This is Uchis’ first release since her debut album “Isolation,” which came out just over two years ago. She recorded all four songs in her house while self isolating during the coronavirus pandemic. In just over 10 minutes, Uchis walks the listener through an unpredictable romantic relationship, discussing themes such as arguing, drug use, selfishness, and finally, burned bridges.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on the economy and job market, GameAbove announced its Alumni Pay-it-Forward fund for EMU April 2020 graduates and Fall 2020 incoming freshmen.
A shooting occurred outside of Maria’s Liquor and Fine Wine (3344 S Grove St) at the corners of Grove St. and Rawsonville Road in Ypsilanti Charter Township. The shooting took-place around 2:20 p.m. Sunday, April 26.
The Los Angeles Chargers have signed Kevin McGill, a former defensive back at Eastern Michigan who was named to the 2018 All-MAC Second Team and 2019 All-MAC Third Team. McGill was one of the best defensive backs in the MAC during his college career and he will now compete for a spot on the Chargers’ roster.
Steven Nielsen, a former Eastern Michigan offensive tackle has signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars following the 2020 NFL Draft which ended on Saturday, April 25. The 6’8 offensive lineman played in 49 games at Eastern Michigan over the last four seasons and started all 13 games last year. He earned 2018 Third Team All-MAC honors.
We want The Eastern Echo Podcast to sound like Ypsi, but we can’t do this without your help. To help promote artists with roots in our community, we’re featuring local musicians as the intro and outro music for our weekly news show. There’s no fee and no catch. Simply fill out the Google form linked here with your name, contact info and a brief bio. Finally, upload up to five audio files (keep it family-friendly, please!) and we’ll feature your work in a future episode. If your an artist with ties to our local community, we want to hear your music!
Luke and Caleb test their knowledge of EMU athletics! All of the questions and answers to our quiz can be found below:
While courses for the Summer A session of the Summer 2020 semester are fully online, the plan for Summer B courses remains undecided.
With about 300 students still living on campus due to various circumstances, EMU must work with students to assess the need for campus housing in the Summer 2020 semester.
In an email addressed to EMU students, faculty, and staff, the Office of the President announced the sale of the Owen Building, currently home to EMU's College of Business, to a a private party. The sale is expected to be finalized April 23, 2020 during the university's Board of Regents meeting.
A hooded female has been recorded on numerous security cameras throughout the Prospect Park neighborhood of Ypsilanti following multiple car break-ins in the area. These break-ins, that resulted in thefts, occurred in the early morning of April 21. The break-ins occurred at around 1:30 a.m.
Liz Hornyak: On today’s episode, updates on the various forms of financial aid being offered by the university and news on how the College of Engineering and Technology are helping to protect medical workers.
Lil Cheep's favorite choice of food may need a different name.