Leigh Young provides evidence that Ypsilanti resisted abolitionist efforts during the civil war.
Luke, a Michael Jordan fan, and Caleb, a Pistons devotee, share their thoughts on Chicago Bulls documentary "The Last Dance".
The Eastern Echo introduces new podcast series featuring students who were set to present at Eastern Michigan University's 40th Undergraduate Symposium.
Emily Proctor considers how sitcoms have evolved over time to more accurately reflect the realities of their audiences.
In today’s news, a shooting on Grove Street and information on where Ypsilanti residents can go to get tested for COVID-19.
Luke and Caleb talk draft results and debate how this could play out for the Detroit Lions next season!
In today’s news, a string of thefts in Prospect Park, a case of theft on Summit St. and updates on the state of Summer B term courses at Eastern Michigan.
To help promote local artists, we're looking to feature different local musicians and bands as the intro and outro music for our weekly news show!
Luke and Caleb test their knowledge of EMU athletics!
On today’s episode, updates on the various forms of financial aid being offered by the university and news on how the College of Engineering and Technology are helping to protect medical workers.
Luke and Caleb are back to discuss how COVID-19 may impact the future or sports!
Swoop's Food Pantry introduces a new set of guidelines due to COVID-19 and the university has created a grant to help students pay for online classes. Plus, updates on housing refunds for residential students. Host: Liz Hornyak Script: Jasmine Boyd Producer: Lauren Smith Music: “Greener” by Chirp
Joelle Summers, the graduate assistant at Swoop's Pantry, discusses the changes that were made to accommodate the COVID-19 pandemic.
Eastern Michigan University is doing what it can to help support the community. In this weeks news, medical professionals will be permitted to stay in the Village Apartments and Campus Life has come up with a financial program to reimburse student organizations whose events have been cancelled.
If you're like 40.1% of Americans, you often wonder, "What does it sound like inside of the editor-in-chief’s pocket?"
2 EMU students and 1 faculty member have tested positive for COVID-19, and students have the option of a pass-fail grading system.
The United States 2016 Presidential Election brought with it a new age of hatred for news media. General distrust in the press is nothing new, as many government officials have tumultuous relationships with the media. Senior producer Rylee Barnsdale speaks with Dr. You Li, to better understand fake news and why journalists are necessary.
Halley Bass goes behind-the-scenes of "Still Life with Iris" to better understand what goes into an accessible and sensory-friendly performance.