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Since her last album Revival was released in 2015, Selena Gomez has came out with a few songs that topped the charts including “Bad Liar,” “Fetish” and “Wolves.” However, none of them seemed to signify a new era until this past Tuesday night, October 22, when the superstar released her newest single, “Lose You to Love Me.”
The equality of free speech among all student organizations at Eastern Michigan University was questioned during the student senate meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22. Senator Nick Galluzzo told the Senate a narrative of inequality that he witnessed regarding the pro-life and pro-choice debate on campus.
QUEST (Queer Unity for Eastern Students), in partnership with the LGBT Resource Center (LGBTRC), hosted a creativity night on Thursday to give students the chance to relieve some stress as they prepare for midterms. Students could color - Pokemon was a common favorite among attendees - play with Play-Doh, make pins or create poems with word cut-outs.
Disabilities are an important part of the "rich diversity of campus and society," according to EMU's Disability Resource Center. All students, staff and faculty should be provided with access and resources that help to "educate and create an equitable campus experience."
It’s no secret that the anti-abortion student organization has been seen as the punching bag of campus with the precedent that no consequences will be had if they are tampered with. There have been countless times the anti-abortion group has had their displays tampered with and people are comfortable silencing a fellow student organization in broad daylight. If this had been any other student organization, there would be emails sent out by administration and Student Government would be issuing statements on the case quickly. But given it’s a student organization that represents something that is not popular or okay with the ever-popular radical college campus liberalism, it’s a different story.
Fall 2016 wasn’t fun for anyone. If the 2016 election wasn’t enough to drive student, faculty, staff and administration up the wall, September 20th was. In the early morning hours of that day, an unknown individual (later identified as disgruntled former student Eddie Curlin) sprayed “KKK Leave N*****s” in red, white and blue paint on King Hall. The campus reaction was visceral; Students of color noticed an immediate danger and our university President Dr. James Smith, being only a couple of months into the job, was confronted with a major crisis. Our university was not ready for the emotional reactions that acts of racism fueled by centuries of terror could invoke.
Head coach Chris Creighton and the Eastern Michigan Eagles hit the road on Saturday, Oct. 26 to play the Rockets from the University of Toledo after playing two consecutive home games. Toledo is coming off two straight losses, including a 52-14 loss at the hands of Ball State University.
Today is the 1 Year Anniversary of #problemsofacollegesuperhero!
As writers for the Eastern Echo, we are tasked with providing news to a wide variety of students. We have a valuable role and we should not take that lightly. But we have our own rights and we serve the entire student body. If we cover events on campus, we need to give these wide variety of voices their due diligence. News writers are committed to objectivity, to getting multiple perspectives and not picking and choosing between which are better for pushing one agenda.
Our hero, A.C, has set out to infiltrate the criminal underworld by going undercover! But, will his stomach get in the way of his mission?
The Eastern Michigan men’s basketball program is looking to improve on last year’s 9-9 record in the Mid-American Conference.
Student Government has teamed up with the EMU Foundation to fund a project called the Student Emergency Fund, a project that will aid students who are struggling financially at Eastern Michigan.
Last time Xzania was dropped from the sky by the mighty Indwa. As Xzania falls to what she thinks is her death, she remembers how she ended up in this position, which gives her the push she needs to save her self just in time.
Only one can rule. Check out this new poster inspired by #Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Art by @cmloweart. See the film in theaters now!
Time to celebrate - #Zombieland: Double Tap is now playing everywhere! ?
Ronia-Isabel Cabansag: In this week’s news overview, EMU Theatre has announced big plans for their December production. In local news, Ypsi city council has voiced their decision on recreational marijuana establishments, and EMU may be seeing an influx of graduate students in the coming semester. We’ll also be announcing performance times for EMU Theatre’s production of Cabaret.
A new animated short film called “Hiccups” was released Oct. 13 on YouTube. The film is about a little video game console called Heart that is in a not-so-nice relationship.
Kids these days expect everything to be voice activated! Sheesh! Alexa, play-
On Thursday, October 18, Campus Life and Zeta Sigma Chi Multicultural Society co-hosted an event called “Beat the DJ” in Student Center room 310AB.