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Angels of Harmony Present “Destined for Greatness”
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Angels of Harmony Present “Destined for Greatness”

      Eastern’s Gospel choir, Angels of Harmony, hosted an evening of soulful, celebratory worship on Sunday, March 12. Angels of Harmony kicked the evening off, and everybody in attendance was immediately on their feet, clapping and enjoying their time together. The band consisted of keys, drums and a […]

Infinity and the Incarnation Thoughts on science and Christianity
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Infinity and the Incarnation Thoughts on science and Christianity

     For years now, scientists and Christians have been suspicious of one another, to say the least. This tension is unnecessary, and it dissipates when both Christians and scientists understand the nature of God, creation and science.      Science is a function that maps nature to the rational […]

Nate Roberts of EU Men’s Soccer discusses his identity as an athlete and a Christian.
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The Spirit of the Game Reflections From Nate roberts of EU Men’s Soccer

Who Do You Play For?      One of my favorite movie scenes of all time comes from “Miracle,” the true story of the legendary 1980 U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey team. In it, Coach Herb Brooks forces his young, inexperienced team to work out after one of their Olympic […]

A Call to Red Letter Christians
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A Call to Red Letter Christians

     Red Letter Christians are followers of Jesus who try to live out those words of Jesus which in many Bibles are highlighted with red letters. Among those red letters we read in Luke 4:18 that Jesus declared that He was ordained to announce “the acceptable year of our […]

Alexa Musser
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Tell Me Something Good

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we decided to get into the spirit of gratitude by asking members of Eastern’s community  about the good things in their lives. Here’s what they had to say . . . Alexa Musser What good thing happened to you today? “I have an hour […]

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Where We Stand- The 2016 Presidential Election

     We the editors of The Waltonian would like to offer our thoughts on this 2016 presidential election. Our hope is that this statement, which is of a bipartisan nature, can provide a way forward for we who live in community at Eastern, regardless of who is elected to […]

Jimae Smith-Hobb
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HUMANS OF EU: featuring first-year students

Jimae Smith-Hobbs Do you know what you want to study yet? “I’m an English lit and writing major, and french and psychology minor….I got into English Lit because my mom used to pull me into her room, and we would watch “Romeo and Juliet.” We watched a bunch of Shakespearean […]

Sports

Heidi Birtwistle Serves as Interim Athletic Director

     On July 1, the EU Athletic Department announced the departure of Nate Stewart, who served as Athletic Director during the 2015-16 academic year. Stewart has accepted the position of Director of Athletics at Valley City State in North Dakota. During his five years at Eastern, he has also […]

EU Women’s Soccer player Emily Cole reflects on faith and athletics.
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The Spirit of the Game: Reflections from Emily Cole of EU Women’s Soccer

by Emily Cole      “Lord, You have established peace for us; all that we have accomplished You have done for us” (Isaiah 26:12, NIV). When I read this verse, I am constantly reminded of the faithfulness of God. He has given me gifts to play soccer and a passion […]

Meet This Year’s Waltonian Editors
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Meet This Year’s Waltonian Editors

Lauren Murphy Editor-in-Chief Year: Senior Major/Minors: Youth Ministries/Biblical Studies and Theological Studies Words to Live By: “Life’s not a spectator sport.” –Laverne, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” If you were a superhero, what would your power be? Flight! Or the ability to enact world peace. Jordan Kolb Managing Editor Year: […]