Monday, Nov. 9
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Monday, Nov. 9
In honors of Veterans Day, Nov. 11, The Eastern Echo spoke with Jesse Kauffman, an Eastern Michigan University assistant professor in the history and philosophy department.
Hosted by the Association for the Education of Young Children, child bereavement support specialist Suzanne Bayer spoke about her volunteer time at Ele’s Place, a child and teen bereavement support center located in Ann Arbor. She said she hadn’t learned very much about childhood bereavement in her undergraduate or graduate studies, which is what drove her to become a child bereavement support specialist.
Eastern Michigan University’s Halle Library room G03 was filled to its maximum Friday afternoon with students and faculty to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of T.S. Eliot’s poem, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.”
A U-Haul truck caught fire in front of Ypsilanti Water Tower around 10:30 Thursday morning.
Steven Cole, Student Government president, released a statement expressing his frustration with the Free Tuition Toss competition Oct. 30.
Senator Joshua Starr gave an update on the Student Association of Michigan, an organization that represents all public universities in Michigan, at the regular Student Senate meeting Tuesday night in the Student Center.
Thursday, Nov. 5
About 40 students learned about Dia de los Muertos, a traditional Mexican holiday, Tuesday evening in the Best Hall Lounge. The event featured Spanish music and Mexican food and drinks. Students could also get their faces painted and decorate small skulls.
Monday, Oct. 26
The Honors College, English department and Journal of Narrative Theory at Eastern Michigan University will be hosting a 100th-year celebration for “The Song of Alfred Prufrock,” by T.S. Eliot, at 3 p.m., Friday in Halle Library G03.
Sunday, Oct. 24
With midterms coming to a conclusion, Eastern students are finally getting a chance to come out of their studying caves and Eagle on the Street was there to ask: How do you celebrate the end of midterms?
Monday, Nov. 2
To present a day in the life as a Muslim woman, the Muslim Student Association, in collaboration with Eastern Michigan University’s Student Government, will be hosting Hijab Week in the Women’s Resource Center, room 356 of the Student Center.
“This is my fourth outfit today,” Megan Somodi, sophomore psychology major said at Thursday night’s 2nd Annual Pencils of Promise Dance-A-Thon, co-hosted by The Honors College.
The Eastern Michigan University football team kicked off its most recent home game with a pep rally in the Convocation Center on Thursday.
Hungry students have received more than 1,500 pounds of food since Swoop’s Student Food Pantry opened just over a month ago on Sept. 21.
Eastern Michigan University's Nonprofit Leadership Alliance teamed up with Growing Hope for the last open-air farmer's market for the year Saturday morning in Depot Town. Four students helped Growing Hope with activities such as surveys and pumpkin carving.
Freshman Alex Theisen won a year of free tuition at the football game against Western Michigan University Thursday night.