EMU’s oldest professor, Nelson Amos, is retiring at 81 years old, after 46 years at EMU as a professor of guitar, lute and music history. He spoke to the Echo about his future plans and the challenges he has faced during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Six EMU professors hosted an online seminar, “Let’s Talk About Online Learning,” on Thursday, August 27 to answer questions and acknowledge the difficulties that may be faced in the virtual Fall 2020 semester. Topics included building student interaction, technical difficulties with working virtually, as well as student proactivity.
Located in Ford Elementary School parking lot in Ypsilanti, a new drive-through COVID-19 testing site was made possible by Kroger Health and MDHHS.
Ypsilanti’s Depot Town was to be the new home of an Amtrak train station, but the grant application failed.
An EMU junior and public health major is to become a member of COVID-19’s contact tracing team at Michigan Department of Health & Human Services. This will also help her to push her towards her goal of becoming an epidemiologist.
The Ypsi Area Online Market allows Ypsilanti-area farmers and small business owners to sell their products on an online market. Three pick-up sites are provided to create convenience for buyers.
Eastern Echo reporter Gracie Thompson takes a look inside of DTW’s vacant lines and shops.
With varieties of scenes and perspectives, the cast of “[Something Between]” brought the audience along on a journey that allowed the opportunity to form their own conclusions.
On Wednesday, Mar. 4, the McKenny Hall ballroom held the second annual Black Excellence Mixer to bring EMU students closer.
The EMU Percussion Ensemble put on a show for the public in Pease Auditorium on Monday, Feb. 17.