On July 18, 2013, Detroit filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy after decades of social and industrial decline.
The media has painted the bankruptcy of Detroit as a case of the evil rich versus the defenseless, poor citizens and retirees.
Michigan is the best candidate to accept Iraqi and Syrian refugees, not because of its railroads and factories, forests and rivers, or even because of its system of government, but because of Michiganders themselves.
Every individual in the U.S. is entitled to an education. No matter our race or ethnic background, an education is one thing that is promised to us.
Would you be willing to protest against one of your favorite stores if their product became offensive on multiple accounts?
Lately, owner of Urban Outfitters, Richard Hayne, hasn’t had the best of luck when it comes to people loving the products coming out of his stores.
I would like to respond to the boycott article in the Thursday, April 3 Eastern Echo. As a long time university supervisor (hire date 1989), I have been responsible for placing the early childhood education student teachers throughout the area of southeastern Michigan, from Howell to Monroe and from Troy to Downriver and all parts in between. Each semester, I place from 18 to 48 students depending on the enrollment. This winter semester has proven to be the most difficult.
Dear Eastern Echo, I am extremely upset and offended by the article titled, “Students for Life Informs about Planned Parenthood,” as the title in and of itself seems contradictory.
People looking for information on Eastern Michigan University turn to one thing first: www.emich.edu, the university website. And boy, do they get an eyeful of the some of the worst EMU has to offer.
When I came across the announcement in Eastern Michigan University’s web portal of the upcoming Genocide Awareness Project, I was expecting to read about an event that would draw our attention to acts of violence against groups based on religion, race and ethnicity. Instead, I was shocked to find the student organization behind the exhibit was comparing genocide to abortion.
Dear Editor, There are a few basic needs that humans have: food, shelter, water and a place to relieve themselves safely. For many people on Eastern Michigan University’s campus, finding such a place to use the restroom is not only difficult, but also impossible in many instances. For people with disabilities, parents with children, those with religious restrictions and some lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and faculty, using the restroom on our campus can be much more challenging than it should be. These members of our community are important and deserve our consideration.
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Are you like brain dead??? Michigan is almost down ...
This article is nothing more than hate propaganda ...
There is a huge difference between combat and non-combat ...