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On Sunday April 3, 45 students of Eastern Michigan University’s College of Business took a field trip to Cleveland, Ohio to see the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers game against the Charlotte Hornets. Not only were students able to enjoy the game, but they were also given an exclusive tour of Quicken Loans Area, home to the Cleveland Cavaliers, as well as the AHL Lake Erie Monsters and the AFL Cleveland Gladiators.
Most likely at some point in their life, every female between the ages of 12-50 have quietly whispered to another female, “Hey, do you have a tampon on you?” Women’s menstrual products, such as tampons and pads, are a necessity to females.
The application, the cap, the gown, the tassel, the tickets... with classes, work and a little bit of senioritis how are we suppose to know when and how all of this stuff needs to be done? April has arrived, which means this is the month that many of us will be bidding our farewells to Eastern Michigan University.
The snow is melting, the weather is warming up and the semester is reaching its final stretch. With spring finally approaching us, that means we have new spring fashion trends to look forward too. Here are some styling tips and items that you can expect to see in upcoming months and hopefully even try some out yourself. Cold Shoulders: According to popsugar.com, many designers have been creating tops with cutouts meant to highlight just the shoulders.
Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Über, Pandora, MyFitnessPal... where would we be without all of the apps on our smartphones?
When Jessica Lundy attended Eastern Michigan University as a communications major with a minor in entrepreneurship, she knew that she wanted to end up on your television screen. In December, WMYD held an open casting call for a hosting position at the Detroit Marriot inside the Renaissance Center.
This Thursday, Jan. 28, Eastern Michigan University’s Latino Student Association (LSA) will be holding their first Quinceañera.
Thursday, Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. Amp student org is hosting an alternative fashion show in the IGG Student Center Gallery. The idea was originally Libby Smith's, a sophomore at Eastern Michigan University, who approached Amp last year about collaborating to create the event.
Not too long ago, America experienced the scariest economic crisis that we’ve seen since The Great Depression.
Thank you to all of the students who showed us their costumes on social media. The most creative costume was Michael Cuevas, dressed as a pug riding an ostrich. To stay up to date with everything happening at Eastern Michigan University and in the Ypsilanti community, you can follow The Eastern Echo on Twitter and Instagram: @TheEasternEcho.