Articles written by: Lauren Murphy


Mark Wagner Steps Away From Men’s Soccer; Jeremy Payne Serves as Interim Head Coach

      During the week of March 20, Mark Wagner, the Head Coach of the Men’s Soccer team, announced that he had “made the decision to step away from college coaching.” He departed in early April to focus on his work as the founder and president of Future 500 […]


A Closer Look at Literary Journals

      The first poem I ever had published made its debut in my high school’s literary journal. If my memory serves me correctly, I think it was about angels, but that’s all I remember about my poem. It probably wasn’t very good when measured by critical standards, but […]


Sometimes, We Get Answers

“You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.” -Naguib Mahfouz “It’s not that I’m so smart. But I stay with the questions much longer.” -Albert Einstein       In the course of our lives, we […]


A Look at the Process of Crafting a Senior Thesis

      I recently spoke with two Eastern seniors to learn about their experiences while crafting their senior theses. Brianna Esposito, English Major (Creative Writing Concentration) 1) What are the requirements for your senior thesis?       “As a writing student, our thesis could be written in one of […]


Eastern Athletic Teams Hit the Road Over Spring Break

      Between practices and games, travel and rest, Eastern athletes who play spring sports spent their mid-semester vacations in a variety of ways. Read on to learn how these teams have begun their seasons.       Women’s Lacrosse: The Women’s Lacrosse team travelled to Portland, Oregon to […]

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Creative voices of EU

[nine things a blanket can be] Ruby Baker one. a blanket can be a starting line to a long race folded and laid out on the floor the first item my parents ever bought together it was a testament to seven years of love between them two. a blanket can […]


Music and Astronomy Collaborate- Reflecting on Amadeus Under the Stars

     On Friday, Feb. 17, lovers of music and stars gathered for Amadeus Under the Stars, an event coordinated by Eastern University’s music and astronomy departments. The evening was divided into three segments, consisting of a show in the Julia Fowler Planetarium and musical performances. Ticket holders were divided […]

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Phase One Of Eastern’s Reconstruction

Phase I of the Campus Master Plan Walton Hall       Regarding the changes made on the first floor of Walton Hall, Bettie Ann Brigham, Vice Provost for Student Development, says, “Lower Walton Lounge needed new furnishings and an update to become a more inviting, versatile and attractive space […]

Renovations in the first-floor lobby of Walton Hall have created a space that is able to accommodate large groups. These are only a few of the renovations the Eastern community has seen in January. Other projects outlined in Phase I of the Master Plan will be completed as they are funded by donors.

Master Plan Renovations Begin on St. Davids Campus

     With the beginning of the spring semester, members of the Eastern community are seeing many of the plans outlined in Phase I of the Campus Master Plan come to fruition on the St. Davids campus. Many of the proposed changes, which include renovations in Walton Hall, Kea-Guffin Hall […]


Eastern Volleyball Falls in NCAA Tournament Elite Eight

     The Eastern Women’s Volleyball team progressed far in the NCAA Tournament. In the first three matches of the tournament, held between Friday, Nov. 11 and Sunday, Nov. 13, the Eagles played Farmingdale State College, Ramapo College and Stevens Institute of Technology. The team won each match with a […]