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News briefs, Jan. 13

(01/13/15 10:02pm)

Dr. Patti Duncan: Genealogies of Unbelonging - Contesting Legacies of U.S. Militarism in South KoreaDr. Patti Duncan will be hosting a discussion on the transition of feminism in the United States military and the historical effects on women, gender, violence and migration in South Korea, highlighting mixed race and transnational adoptees.







ASA tries to break down cultural divide

(01/21/15 4:36am)

During the Martin Luther King Day celebration, Eastern Michigan University hosted 13 academic program—many of which were LBC approved.The African Student Association hosted their first academic program Monday afternoon, titled “The African/African-American Divide.” The program was a panel lead discussion about breaking the barrier between the African and African-American cultures.


Reporter, author visits EMU to talk Detroit revival

(01/21/15 1:08pm)

John Gallagher, journalist and author, visited Eastern Michigan University Tuesday evening to kick off the three-part lecture series, “The Future of Urban Michigan,” hosted by the Political Science department.Gallagher is a veteran reporter at the Detroit Free Press, where he co-wrote the award-winning enterprise story “How Detroit went broke” with EMU and Echo alumnus Nathan Bomey.