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Adjunct lecturers and students joined together once again in an attempt to send a message to the administration at Eastern Michigan University.
From Mark Twain to Lil Wayne, obscenity, sex, drugs and alcohol have long existed in the fabric of American literature and the lives of those who wrote it.
The 48th Ann Arbor Film Festival opened Tuesday night with a reception complete with catered food and beverages by local establishments like Zingerman’s, Sevá and Arbor Brewing Company.
President Obama signed the health care reform bill into law Tuesday, after the House almost voted directly along party lines last Sunday to accept the version of the bill voted on in the Senate, and to add a series of addenda.
Tuesday night the 48th Ann Arbor Film Festival returns to the Michigan Theater for another week-long celebration of experimental and avant garde cinema.
Not all student organizations have to be based on academics, sports or politics.
It’s probably pretty safe to say, the history of Ypsilanti has been covered numerous times by local historians and teachers and has served as the basis for a fair number of books and newspaper articles over the years.
This week Eastern Michigan University’s College of Business will be hosting its fourth annual Ethos Week, which will see a number of professionals converge on the COB for discussions on the importance of ethics in business.
‘The Hurt Locker’ wins Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay at the 82nd Academy Awards. Other big winners include Sandra Bullock for Best Actress, Jeff Bridges for Best Actor and Monique for Best Supporting Actress.
Here are The Eastern Echo‘s best shots at who’s got the best shot.