Articles (9 total)
Symposium: Bernie Sanders and socialism in the 21st century
Valentyna Stadnik presents her analysis of Sanders' language in a 2019 speech regarding ideology and democratic socialism. Listen to the Symposium podcast here or on your favorite podcast app.
Podcast: Can we trick our taste buds?
A team of EMU researchers has been studying a way to mimic to taste of salt using an unexpected ingredient.
Documentary features EMU student artists' experiences amidst COVID-19 pandemic
Students enrolled in Eastern Michigan University's Arts Management course spent the Fall 2020 semester planning and producing "EMU: Return to the Canvas," an 11-minute documentary that features five artists' lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. The film can be viewed on EMU’s YouTube channel.
Podcast: National Family History Day feat. Eagle Nutrition Services
Danielle Howard, a dietetics intern at Eagle nutrition services, shares the best ways to commemorate National Family History Day. The holiday, which falls on Thanksgiving, is intended to remind people to be mindful of diseases on health conditions that run in their family.
Local historian James Mann offers guided lantern tours at Highland Cemetery
The Highland Cemetery Lantern Tours celebrate the lives of Ypsilanti’s earliest citizens. For over a decade, tour guide James Mann has been hosting the tours, telling numerous stories of the dead and their lives.
Podcast: Surviving Online Classes
Jessica Elton, an EMU professor, and Christine Deacons, director Holman Success Center, share their tips for students navigating a semester of online courses.
Symposium: Haydn Cello Concert in C Major
Athena Goppold performs the first movement of Haydn’s cello concerto and discusses the history of the piece, which went missing for about 200 years.
Symposium: Ellen Degeneres, George W. Bush, and the social responsibility of celebrities
Psychology student Cameron Harris uses Kenneth Burke's dramatistic pentad to analyze Ellen's response to her controversial friendship with former president George W. Bush.
Symposium: To ghost or not to ghost?
"Ghosting" refers to the sudden and inexplicable withdrawal of communication, usually in a personal relationship. David Graham explores common causes and effects of this modern norm.