Public option health insurance has been in the airwaves since 2008 - yet the overzealous support for “Medicare For All” has overshadowed it. There is political incentive for both to varying degrees - but the public option may have a more viable legislative path.
Political exhaustion is a real phenomenon faced by many Americans in a time of intense polarization and media noise. This exhaustion is shared by the politically engaged and disengaged and by those on the right and left.
Columnist Heather Weigel shares how combating mental illness is important for student success and advises on effectively doing so.
As a body of news, we at the Echo take criticism often. We tend to favor the criticism that helps us become better writers and part of that task falls on our readers.
Opinion: Elizabeth Warren is showing her stripes and taking bruises as the potential new front runner.
The Democratic debate on Tuesday, Oct. 15 showed big divides over healthcare and wealth inequality and Elizabeth Warren and her ideas were the biggest target.
With the impeachment inquiry by House Democrats and the nonstop news coverage on Trump, Biden and Ukraine, it is easy to get distracted from other important things happening in our government. The Supreme Court has an opportunity to rule on many important, controversial issues this term and it’s important we pay attention.
Free speech on campus is a loaded topic with many different mouthpieces. The issue is well-represented in the messaging of Protect Life at EMU and the responses to the organization’s controversial displays – no matter how simple in design.
The Student Services committee is planning a healthy living week for all students and student organizations. They also seek to sponsor a training session for changing preferred names and pronouns on my.emich.
Moderates and progressives are often pitted against one another, and a unifying figure may be required to deliver the moderate message. Most conventional political knowledge points to Biden to be that figure.
Event planners, musicians, and artists alike are preparing for the second annual EMUsic Fest in EMU’s University Amphitheater. They speak of their excitement, hopes and expectations for the approaching event.