When it comes to music, the Black community has been an essential part in almost every mainstream genre today. Here are four Black artists who deserve their flowers.
It's simple to encourage people to consider their loved ones and how they may connect more deeply because so many of the topics in these films deal with themes of connection, falling in love during Christmas, families coming together, and reestablishing contact with someone you've lost touch with.
Before a decision is announced on Dec. 4, Echo Sports Editor makes predictions about what bowl game EMU football could play in.
The Grammy-nominated artist Fousheé has been taking the industry by storm working with Steve Lacy, Lil Wayne, King Princess and Sleepy Hallow. Now on Nov. 18, she releases her new immersive project “softCORE.”
“The Menu” is a palatable course of twists and turns.
Driving in winter can be tricky and most of the time it’s a concern of people in Michigan. It is an even bigger concern for commuter students because they need to drive back and forth from and to EMU.
Houston, Texas artist ArmstrongWW drops his new song “Superstar You.” The multi-genre artist releases this track with hopes of reaching the masses across the globe.
Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me reveals a woman who is unabashedly honest, vulnerable, and simultaneously, unavoidably afraid to be all of those things. This documentary shows the world that being a celebrity can destroy one’s mental health.
I honestly love listening to music when I have to go on long walks between classes because it makes me feel warm. Try it yourself!
In a time where public school educators seem to be the most overworked and underappreciated that they have ever been, “Abbott Elementary” offers a comedic insight into the lives of those who have a passion for education.
The winter blues are well on their way. Thankfully, a song can make the storm more bearable.
Dayseeker just recently brought out their fifth record, and they could not have titled “Dark Sun” more correctly.
Filled with drama, fake performances, and Instagram caption worthy bars, Drake and 21 Savage release “Her Loss.”
As a college student, there are specific habits that, if adopted, can help you work through success better. The question is what are those habits?
When students struggle with writing they usually don’t even think about going to the University Writing Center, because they don’t fully understand what writing tutors can help with.