Ameera Salman is the Editor-in-Chief of Cellar Roots, EMU’s Fine Arts magazine, and Student Media Marketing Director for the Eastern Echo. They are a sophomore studying Public Health and Queer Studies. Ameera joined the team in 2022 and is excited to get started. In their free time, Ameera likes to write poetry, make playlists, and play bingo at the Wurst Bar.
Articles (15 total)
Review: CLOCK uses horror to send a message
Adapted from a short film, CLOCK uses its feature length to delve into the story of a woman who wishes she wanted children—and what she’s willing to do to change how she feels.
EMU robotics class gives opportunities to students in STEM
At the GameAbove College of Engineering and Technology, students are getting the chance to see their education in action in the real world.
University presents 2023 Student Gold Medallion Awards
The Gold Medallion Awards were given out at the end of this month to recognize student achievements.
Josh Rivedal's i'Mpossible project comes to EMU
Rescheduled as a part of Student Government’s “Mental Health Week,“ Josh Rivedal will be presenting his mental health awareness and suicide prevention program, the “i’Mpossible Project”
Review: Lana Del Rey delivers most experimental album to date
On “Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd,“ Lana Del Rey brings longtime collaborators and new features together for an experimental and ethereal experience.
Women of Color & Feminism Leadership Symposium fosters community on campus
With the goal of creating a safe learning space for all students, the fifth Women of Color & Feminism Leadership Symposium will bring together activists, artists and learners this week.
Ypsilanti City Council approves five permit appeals for marijuana dispensaries
Ypsilanti city officials double back on their decision to limit dispensaries in the area.