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The suicide rate among young adults ages 15-24 has tripled since the 1950s according to Crisis on Campus: The Untold Story of Student Suicide.
Erica Smith, a graduate student of behavioral psychology, facilitated a lecture titled “Sex Posi+ive: What’s your kink?” Tuesday evening in Room 352 of the Student Center.
Erica Smith, graduate student of behavioral psychology, facilitating lecture about the difference between BDSM and abuse.
As classes wind down for the week, mid-winter break is on the horizon. The Echo asked students: “What are your plans for the break?”
“Well, my birthday is that weekend, so I’m going to go to a concert and spend time with my family because I haven’t been home in a while.”
“I intend to help with the upcoming student body elections and try to help with the campaigns of several senators and several candidates for president. I’ve been getting signatures, approaching students and informing them about the upcoming elections and I’m going to continue that over the break, even though no one will be here. So, God knows how I’ll do it. But that’s one thing I intend to keep working on.
“I’m going home, working and doing homework.”
“As far as spring break, I plan on going home, catching up on some homework and sleeping.”
“I haven’t really thought much about it. I know it needs a lot of rest and recuperation. The semester’s been trying. I took some heavy classes, but I think rest and relaxation is the only way to go – sleep.
Thursday, Feb. 19
A large crowd of students gathered in the Quirk Sponberg Theatre for a frank discussion on gender as part of the event “Beyond the Binary” on Tuesday.
Student senator William McDonald proposed a formal investigation of Student Government President Desmond Miller at an internal affairs meeting Tuesday.
The Eastern Michigan University softball team (0-4) suffered two back-to-back losses Saturday during the second day of Texas A&M Tournament play.
The Eastern Eagles (12-10, 5-6 MAC) rolled over the Central Michigan University Chippewas (11-12, 6-6 MAC) Saturday, beating the visiting conference team 85-64. This 21-point victory marks the largest win all season for the Eagles.
President’s Day is upon us and The Echo asked students: “Who is your favorite president and why?”
“I don’t really have a favorite president.”
“I would say my favorite president is Abraham Lincoln because top hats are awesome.”
“I have to go with Abraham Lincoln. He’s just the one I know most about and he freed the slaves – that’s a big thing.”
“JFK is my favorite president. I think his charisma very much showed during his presidency and I think he really was one of those presidents who was a man of the people. So, I always idolized him.”