PODCAST


4/15/2021, 4:24pm

Podcast: April 14, 2021

EMU announces that the Fall 2021 semester will likely have a more traditional campus environment, EMU students begin a petition to extend the pass or fail grading option, and the Center of Entrepreneurship hosts a virtual webinar featuring Lisa Bee, the CEO of Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea. 


4/11/2021, 6:44pm

Podcast: April 7, 2021

Student Government votes on a resolution regarding campus parking citations, EMU’s Jazz Ensemble perseveres in the midst of COVID-19, and an eco-friendly shop opens up in Dexter, Michigan. Listen to The Eastern Echo Podcast here or on your favorite podcast app. 


4/1/2021, 7:35am

Podcast: March 31, 2021

Hundreds gathered to stand in solidarity of survivors of sexual assault. Campus Life also hosted the annual Student Gold Medallion Awards, faculty discuss the racial imagery in Dr. Seuss’s books, and the Black Honors Student Organization  celebrated Women's History Month. Listen to this week’s news on your favorite podcast app, or read the transcript here.


3/29/2021, 9:40am

Podcast: March 24, 2021

Kappa Delta Pi will be hosting a fundraiser and book drive for local classrooms, and EMU’s Student Government votes in support of extending the Pass/Fail option. Student Government elections also open today. Be sure to stay tuned until the end of today’s podcast to hear about the Senate candidates. Read the transcript here, or listen on your favorite podcast app.


3/24/2021, 5:45pm

Symposium: Implementations of the 14th Amendment

Political Science student Jack Swartzinski shares his research regarding the evolution of the implementation of the 14th Amendment. He also explains why he believes the 14th is the most critical Amendment in the American legal system. Listen here, or on your favorite podcast app.


3/18/2021, 5:54pm

Podcast: March 17, 2021

EMU celebrates National Women's Day and prepares to honor students at the Student Gold Medallion Awards, and the Honors College hosts a biweekly book club. Listen to this week’s news on your favorite podcast app, or read the transcript here.


3/13/2021, 2:49pm

Eastern Echo Podcast: March 10, 2021

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer appoints a new memeber to EMU’s board of regents, an student starts a non-profit organization to aid those who struggle with mental illness, and the Jewish Studies Department hosts a live stream with Mira Awad. 


3/7/2021, 8:26pm

Podcast: March 3, 2021

The Journal of Narrative Theory hosts a competition to cultivate the culture of Detroit, and EMU hosts several events to commemorate Black History Month. EMU’s Student Government accepts a new senator application and decides on Resolution 107-05. In community news, the University of Michigan held a virtual town hall to discuss COVID-19 and the African American community, and Ypsi Studio closes after sixteen years. 


3/1/2021, 6:42pm

Podcast: February 24, 2021

EMU’s Board of Regents unanimously decides to rename Sill Hall in honor of a generous donor, and EMU’s Student Government swears in two new members to the Student Senate. IN city news, Ypsilanti City Council decides to continue street closures in favor of local businesses.


2/17/2021, 4:22pm

Podcast: February 17, 2021

EMU's Integrated Marketing Program is ranked 60th and the College of Education is ranked 144th nationally by the U.S. World and News Report, and Ypsilanti Public Schools receive a $15,000 grant from the Michigan Department of Education’s to help fund nutritious and locally-sourced meal options. 


2/12/2021, 8:07am

Podcast: February 10, 2021

EMU organizes a "speed friending" event to help students socialize safely. In city news, the Triple Goddess Tasting Room hosts a community open-mic, and the Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) organizes a program to assist recent graduates.


2/4/2021, 6:28pm

Podcast: February 3, 2021

 EMU's Student Gov swears in a new senator and passes a resolution to fun student bus passes, and one EMU student earns a national esoprts scholarship. In city news, Washtenaw County Prosecutor Eli Savit announces that he will no longer prosecute consensual sex work.