Articles written by: Abigail Webb

Sports

Men’s & Women’s Tennis Update: Women off to a strong 4-0 start, Men off to a 2-2 start.

      Though originally off to a slow start this semester due to inclement weather, Eastern University’s Men’s and Women’s tennis seasons are now fully underway. The Men’s team currently holds a 2-2 record for this season, with both wins on courts away from home. On March 16th, the […]

Opinions

Giving Yourself a Break: Taking a Gap Year in College

Gap years are becoming increasingly popular among soon-to-be college students and current college students alike. There are numerous benefits to taking a year away from the academic grind and taking time to travel, volunteer, work, or simply figure life out. The term “gap year” is an incredibly broad term that […]

Features

A Thank You to the Fruit Throwers: Recognizing One of Eastern’s Most Under Appreciated Student Groups

A well-known yet seemingly inexplicable fact of Eastern University is the existence of certain fruit-throwers: an elusive group that seeks to vastly improve Eastern University campus life by throwing a variety of fruits in seemingly random places scattered around campus. It has come to my attention that there has been a […]

A&E

Gospel Explosion Event

      Eastern University’s Angels of Harmony performed a fantastic show, appropriately titled Gospel Explosion, joining together with the dance group Precious Movements to deliver a night filled with energetic praise and worship. The gospel group Angels of Harmony has been around for 45 years, and is now directed […]

A&E / Features

Exploring Philly: 6 Things to Try This Semester

      A new semester has begun, which means students are once again facing the stress of schoolwork, attending classes, and most importantly, answering the question, “What are you doing this weekend?” While Eastern University is situated nicely next to the quaint town of Wayne and only a half-hour (if […]

Features

Alumni Spotlight: Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson

Eastern University has many notable alumni, including Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson, a sports and entertainment writer and personality in New York. Currently writing and editing for RESPECT magazine, Robinson has profiled stars such as DJ Khaled, Steph Curry, Dr. Ben Carson, LeBron James, and more. Before making it big in […]

News

Windows on Vulnerable Missions

       Dr. Jim Harries, chairman of “The Alliance for Vulnerable Mission,” (AMV) shared about his missionary work in a Windows on the World lecture on Friday, Nov. 3. Harries began his talk by explaining what he does in the mission field.       “For ministry, essentially, I […]

A&E

Dodson Concert: County Concerts Hosts Rising Guitar Star

      On Oct. 22, Jordan Dodson, a solo guitarist, performed in McInnis auditorium as part of the Tri-County Concert Emerging Artist Series. The Tri-County Concert Association originally began in December 1941, making the 2017-2018 season its 77th year as a prominent chamber music venue. They state in their […]

Features

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Phillip Cary

      As Protestants everywhere celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Eastern University’s own Dr. Phillip Cary travelled to Wyoming on Oct. 16 to deliver a lecture in honor of this anniversary. His speech, called “How Luther Became Protestant,” was given during a conference sponsored by the […]

News

Watchmen Prayer Ministry Goes Mobile

      Hector Davila and Stephanie Rodriguez, President and Vice President of Watchmen Prayer ministry respectively, have made the decision to host the Watchmen Prayer Ministry group in different dorms this year, instead of the Chapel in Walton as the ministry has done in previous years.       […]