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Eastern Michigan University’s Counseling and Psychological Services continues to offer virtual counseling aid throughout the coronavirus pandemic, despite the challenging circumstances of operating in a pandemic.
With the first round of the NBA postseason coming to a close, it’s time to look ahead to the second round. There are 14 remaining teams in contention for the illustrious Larry O’Brien trophy, and I predict a wildly entertaining second round. Since the Western Conference won’t start the second round until next week sometime, I can only predict the Eastern Conference matchups in front of us.
The Thrift Depot, a thrift store located in Ypsilanti's Depot Town, is set to open its doors for the first time on Tuesday, Sep. 1 at 10 a.m. Owners Joshua and Jen Maxam founded the store with a mission to help provide necessities to community members in need.
“Let’s Talk About Online Learning,” an informational panel hosted virtually by several EMU professors was held on Thursday, August 27. The webinar explored different techniques professors in a variety of departments are taking this year to ensure the best possible outcomes for student learning.
With round one of the NBA playoffs coming to a close, three players have made their names in this Orlando bubble through some incredible offensive performances: Donovan Mitchell, Damian Lillard, and Luka Doncic.
“Everything,” about this artist’s new third studio album displays his talent and versatility that the music world needs to become more aware of ASAP.
Last week, Eastern Michigan University announced that move-in for on-campus housing would be delayed by three weeks, until Sept. 17, and most in-person instruction will be online during this time. Students were originally expected to start moving in Aug. 27.
It's Fantasy Football season! Luke and Caleb invite Hayden Vassar, host of the NFL&U podcast, to talk about their top five sleeper picks.
In our long absence of football, I have found there’s much larger buzz around the fantasy football scene.
Liz Hornyak: On this week’s episode, EMU delays move-in for on-campus residents, classes will still resume on Aug. 31, and student body president Ethan Smith creates a pledge to encourage students to do their part to keep campus safe.
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Caleb balances out Luke's forecast of the spring football season with some more hopeful predictions. Then, Luke poses the top three questions for the top three NBA teams in each division.
Liz Hornyak: In this week’s news, we have an overview of EMU’s reopening plans for the fall semester. We’ll also discuss some of the controversial changes to Title IX that went into effect on Friday, Aug. 14. I’m Liz Hornyak. This is the Eastern Echo Podcast.
The NFL season is almost upon us, and with it comes another season of fantasy football. Whether you play with friends or with strangers, fantasy football is a fun way to stay involved with players around the NFL while trying to build the greatest team possible. I’ve been grinding fantasy seasons out for the past 12 years, and have honed the art of drafting a team into somewhat of a skill. In order to put my experience to good use, I’ve put together a comprehensive list of a few sleeper picks I think could really help you out in the upcoming fantasy football season.
As I prepare to graduate from EMU and enter the workforce, I can’t help but reflect on how I’ve gotten to where I am.
“In My Book,” this artist is one of the most amazing, yet underrated people out right now. Moroccan singer/songwriter Dounia has just released a new mini-tape titled Popping in the Abyss, which is simply ten minutes of majestic sounds and good vibes.
EMU recently announced that all Fall 2020 athletic activities will be postponed. Meanwhile, Giannis Antetokounmpo was suspended for one game after headbutting another player.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted both the private and the public sectors of the state. Due to budget constraints resulting from the pandemic, public funding to state universities in Michigan is being cut by $200 million, according to the Detroit Free Press. Among the many impacted universities and institutions is Eastern Michigan University.
Throughout the United States, how universities and schools will open in the fall has been a point of uncertainty since the COVID-19 pandemic caused the cessation of in-person classes in March. How to teach and house students, while adhering to physical distancing guidelines, has proven a logistical nightmare for universities. Health experts have questioned whether re-opening, even with adherence to physical distancing guidelines, is worth the potential health risks for both students and instructors.
Liz Hornyak: On this week’s episode, two EMU alumni have been charged with counts of sexual assault and misconduct, and an Ypsi Votes update on the next Washtenaw County Prosecutor, and EMU announces that it will be postponing all fall athletics until 2021. I am your host Liz Hornyak and this is the Eastern Echo Podcast.