People of Eastern: Dr. Bittenbender: A conversation with Eastern’s longest-tenured English professor. People of Eastern: Dr. Bittenbender: A conversation with Eastern’s longest-tenured English professor.
Afghan Refugees: A brief look at where Afghan refugees are fleeing to and what resettlement processes look like Afghan Refugees: A brief look at where Afghan refugees are fleeing to and what resettlement processes look like
Remembering 9/11: An Eastern staff member recalls how students and staff alike reacted to the tragedy. Remembering 9/11: An Eastern staff member recalls how students and staff alike reacted to the tragedy.
Eastern’s Covid Protocols: A honest look at the universities COVID policies. Eastern’s Covid Protocols: A honest look at the universities COVID policies.
Features

The Legacy of a Lifelong Friendship: The Chamberlain Interfaith Fellowship Dinner.

The Chamberlain Interfaith Fellowship (CIF) is rooted in a story of lifelong friendship between two young boys living in Newton, Mass. David Feldman and Dr. Ted J. Chamberlain were raised four houses away from each other and spent thousands of hours together in childhood. “Our friendship continued throughout adulthood; our […]

A&E

The “Art Of” Golf: A look at simple yet artistic phenomena in the game of golf.

Sports, believe it or not, are art forms, and athletes are artists. Golfers are some of the most artful athletes in the world, and the art of golf takes on many forms. Most clearly, golf course architects are artists. They have a vision for the layout of the course and use the […]

Opinions

Hard Pill to Swallow: “Regarding” vs. “In Regards To”

I believe using the word “regarding” instead of the phrase “in regards to” is infinitely superior, and it annoys me to no end when the latter is used in writing or speech. Though this preference of mine may seem to be mere semantics, I posit there is in fact a […]

Sports

Athlete’s Corner: Field hockey player Emma Kircher shares her daily routines and plans for another successful season.

Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down with sophomore athlete Emma Kircher. Kircher plays defense for the women’s field hockey team and also ran track up until this past season.  Unfortunately, a fractured back has put her track career on hold, at least for the time being. When asked […]