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Eastern Michigan University students took a moment to paws – er, pause – and de-stress with the help of a friendly furry friend as part of Wellness Woof Wednesday.Bindi, an Australian Shepherd, along with her trainer, Barbara Reed, captivated a crowd of students at the Snow Health Center by performing tricks and spreading puppy love on Wednesday evening.
Eastern Michigan University students came together to promote awareness of the deaths of three students from North Carolina in a silent protest—“Silence for Chapel Hill,” Thursday.Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23, his wife, Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, 21, and her sister, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha,19, were Muslim American students at the University of North Carolina.
Monday, Feb. 16Beyond The Binary: A Transgender PerspectiveThis event will give students a new perspective on what it means to be transgender from an individual with firsthand experience.
President’s Day is upon us and The Echo asked students: “Who is your favorite president and why?”
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.
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.
Student senator William McDonald proposed a formal investigation of Student Government president Desmond Miller at an internal affairs meeting Tuesday.McDonald raised three areas of concern as to why he wants this formal investigation to take place, the first being impropriety of his executive directors.The first area of concern was Miller’s relationship status with Eden Zimak, the chair of the public affairs committee and director of social justice for Student Government.
A large crowd of students gathered
in the Quirk Sponberg Theatre for a frank discussion on gender as part of
Beyond the Binary.The event featured speaker Noelle, who is transgender,
was held Tuesday and was organized by professor Danielle Ensch,.Noelle provided insight on the role
of gender in society, highlighting the differences between cultures.
FOR AYOTZINAPA: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF STUDENTS FROM MEXICOFrom 9:30 AM to 11:00 AMMarshall Building - 119On September 26, 2014, 43 students from a Rural Normal
School in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico disappeared at the hand of the police.
Join the Michigan Solidarity Network with Mexico to learn about their story and
the ongoing movement to demand justice.
As classes wind down for the week, Spring Break is on the horizon. The Echo asked students: “What are your plans for the break?”
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.The lecture discussed the differences between an actual bondage, domination, sadism and masochism relationship, and that of the one depicted in the book by E.L. James, “50 Shades of Grey”.
The suicide rate among young adults ages 15-24 has tripled since the 1950’s, according to Crisis on Campus: The Untold Story of Student Suicide.To help its students with this issue, Eastern Michigan University is putting on safeTALK training, 2-5 p.m.
Monday, March 2 "Feminist Theory and Praxis from a Global South Perspective"A lecture by Political Science Professor Marlise Matos, of Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Since graduating Eastern Michigan University in the spring of 2014, Honors alum Nino Monea has been making the most out of living in Cambridge Massachusetts while attending Harvard Law School, including enjoying the local cuisine—right down to the clam chowder.“It's quite good, although it's typically pronounced "chowdah" around here!” Monea said.
The Women's Resource Center hosted a discussion called, Let's Be Honest, in room 300 of the Student Center, March 19.
Eastern Michigan University’s two branches of student government continued its dysfunction over the course mid-winter break.
The Women’s Resource Center has opened nominations for the Women of Excellence Luncheon. The deadline to nominate a female faculty or staff member or student is 5 p.m.
Ten students worked together to prepare a healthy breakfast and learn about nutrition with the Office of Nutrition Services on Tuesday.The ONS is celebrating National Nutrition Month with a three part cooking series.
The first floor of the Student Center was filled with laughter as students’ participated in a spontaneous set up of games.
Friday, March 6Healthy Minds Jeopardy HourThis event is organized by EMU Health Education graduate students to promote tobacco-free campus policy, substance use awareness and mental health/wellness on campus.