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Ann Arbor is often regarded as an open, tolerant and liberal city. Throughout its neighborhoods, signs stating “All are Welcome Here” and “Hate has no Home Here” are commonplace. The city prides itself on accepting people of any cultural, racial or socioeconomic background. While these ideals might be verbally supported throughout the community, they are absent when it comes to housing policy. As Ypsilanti’s rental market becomes more expensive, the future of housing within Washtenaw County will be decided by the City of Ann Arbor and its residents.
Steven Spielberg, a famous director known for his films Jurassic Park, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Jaws and more, has had a love for filmmaking all his life. His advice for aspiring filmmakers is to remember that "filmmaking is all about appreciating the people you surround yourself with and knowing you could have never made any of these films by yourself."
Students often struggle with feeling overworked, underappreciated and stressed because of their course load, campus involvement and part or full-time jobs. Some prevailing mental health issues in the student population include anxiety and depression, conditions that don’t discriminate based on income, gender, race or sexuality.
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Our intrepid hero, A.C., thought he was prepared for any challenge the sinister world of evil could throw at him. But exploding twinkies were certainly never something he expected to see!
Whether it's a turnip or pumpkin, we have been carving spooky designs into foods for centuries. The name "Jack-O'-Lantern" dates all the way back to the 17th century, directly translating to "man with a lantern," or what we might call today, a night watchman.
The Eastern Michigan University women's volleyball team lost 3-1 to Akron at the Convocation Center Oct. 6. The Eagles won the third set 25-23, but they fell in the other three sets. Eastern Michigan is now 8-14 on the season and 3-7 against conference opponents.
We are told our whole lives, “You have time.” Time to figure out what college you’re going to, what your major is going to be and what your overall life is going to be like.
It’s hard enough living with yourself, let alone actually... Living with Yourself.
In the dark corners of the bayous of Louisiana, a creature approaches those of the lost souls. Forsaking them to a fate of eternal torment from those they wronged. She is Foresakin, and you’d best remember her name well. Unless you desire such a fate to befall you, as well...
This little guy will one day rule the bottom of the ocean. He dreams of coming up onto land with humans, though. He isn't particularly spooky, but he thinks he would still scare us if he came up to say “Hi!”
Not much is known about this ferocious monster, but few who have crossed his path are never lucky enough to share their tales. The only sign of his coming is the glow of his right hand and his low, menacing laugh that sends shivers down any victim’s spine...
The comic section is holding its very own Monster Drawing Contest for Halloween! Vote for your favorite monsters in the print edition of The Eastern Echo or check our Instagram (@echo_comics) to see them as well! Winners will be announced Halloween day on Instagram (@echo_comics), so get to voting on our survey (https://forms.gle/Ce5cv7c7dg4rgCLK7) and choose your favorite monster!
Ronia-Isabel Cabansag: Hey Eagles, Ronia here. I just wanted to jump in before your news briefing to announce that we’ll be releasing a bonus episode tomorrow concerning the Board of Regents meeting that was held last week. If you don’t know, the Regents discuss all sorts of things that are relevant to you – new programs of study that get approved, changes in tuition rates, news on the new health center, concern about a shortage at Swoop’s Pantry – lots of stuff. That episode was put together by our editor-in-chief here at the Echo, Mr. Andrew Lenzo, and guys, this man is good. So, we hope you tune in to that as well, but for now, here’s your Monday news briefing from our new regular host, Liz Hornyak.
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The third album, self-titled Old Dominion by country group Old Dominion is filled with upbeat songs that are perfect for going on a vacation. Even if you can’t physically travel anywhere right now, put this album on and take a break from all the stress that comes with being in the middle of the semester.
Eastern Michigan University's football team fell to the Toledo Rockets 37-34 in overtime after a hard fought and high staked road game. Running the football was important for both teams with the inclement weather. Eastern Michigan allowed a season-high 366 yards.
On the eve of Halloween, Jac - O appears! Spreading fear to anyone near...
E-PRSSA held their annual meeting with the guest speaker Kristina Millman-Rinaldi. During the session, Rinaldi was able to connect with her audience by telling her life behind the scenes working with Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR) and how to make one-on-one connections within your field of profession. Rinaldi is the executive director of DDR, as well as a mom and a wife. Throughout her time in the public relations field, she was able to create her own lane of success. But the road to success had many different lanes that lead to her life today.