As a student at the University of Michigan, Eli first cut his teeth at WCBN FM Ann Arbor where he played 70’s Ethiopian pop and Italo-Disco into the wee hours of the night. In 2014, he joined the WDET 101.9 FM team, covering breaking stories in the newsroom and contributing to Culture City. When he’s not at WDET he likes to listen to music and watch Spiderman firstname.lastname@example.org Follow @other_eli
Researchers at Michigan State University claim education funding in the state has decreased more than any other state in the last 25 years.
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Oct. 25, 2018 on Morning Edition
Incumbent Congresswoman Debbie Dingell takes on a Republican, a Socialist and a Working Class Party candidate in this deeply blue district.
The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation donated $50-million to improve Detroit’s West Riverfront Park.
The Opportunity Atlas uses census data to track social mobility in Detroit and across the United States.
New Bethel Baptist Church, now on Linwood and Philadelphia Streets in Detroit, was a focal point of Franklin’s career.
Project Clean Slate gives residents a clear record and a pathway to employment every week.
A beginner’s guide to how Lansing’s politicians choose their new voting constituencies.