Eve Washington

Eve Washington of Bloomfield Hills is a student at Columbia University in New York and a 2020 summer intern at Bridge.

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 Q&A: Michigan Teacher of the Year is ‘terrified’ about school amid COVID

Q&A: Michigan Teacher of the Year is ‘terrified’ about school amid COVID

July 29, 2020 | Eve Washington

Michigan’s newly crowned Teacher of the Year is passionate about helping children, and he thinks it would help them to stay home this fall to lower the risks of the coronavirus.

Michigan’s Black-white college graduation gap is one of largest in nation

Michigan’s Black-white college graduation gap is one of largest in nation

July 28, 2020 | Eve Washington

Black students drop out of Michigan colleges at a much higher rate than their white classmates. That graduation gap is third-worst in the country.

Battle in Michigan schools over need for standardized tests this year

Battle in Michigan schools over need for standardized tests this year

July 23, 2020 | Eve Washington, Sophia Yoon

Depending on who you ask, standardized tests are either more important than ever as students return to school after almost six months at home, or are the last thing students and teachers need during a pandemic.

For some Michigan college students, coronavirus is a risk worth taking

For some Michigan college students, coronavirus is a risk worth taking

June 29, 2020 | Eve Washington, Sophia Yoon

Whether it’s fatalism, naiveté or both, college students appear to be less concerned about catching the potentially deadly virus than school officials, even after more than 100 people were infected at one East Lansing college bar.