Articles written by: Abigail Webb

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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.       […]

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A look into Dr. Brian Williams’ Windows on the World Talk

      The new dean of the Templeton Honors College, Dr. Bryan Williams, gave a talk at Windows on the World on Friday, Oct. 6, about reading towards moral virtue. He began the lecture by asserting that young people — including college students — aren’t able to be fully […]

Alondra Cervantes dribbles the ball away from a Cabrini defender to prevent a Cavalier score in the 2017 battle of Eagle Road.
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Eastern Women’s Soccer Refuses To Relinquish Eagle Road

      The Eastern University women’s soccer team settled for a 0-0 draw in double overtime against the Cabrini Cavaliers on Sept. 6. As a tie, this game sustains the Eagles’ 14 game-winning streak against the Cavaliers. Nicole Weenink, a sophomore on the women’s soccer team, elaborates on the […]

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Eastern University Welcomes New Golf Coach

      Eastern’s new golf coach, Andrew “Drew” Patterson, is a recent graduate from West Chester University. Originally from Hummelstown, Pa., Patterson earned a PING Division II All-Atlantic Region recognition and was appointed to be team captain throughout his college career. Patterson shot three rounds under 70 during his […]

Opinions

Politics In The Classroom

      Politics do not belong in the classroom. Nearly every political debate turns into a heated, and sometimes downright ugly argument, but the classroom should be a refuge from political discrimination and intimidation. In a perfect world, professors would be able to stand up for their political values […]

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Talent and Career Development: Handshake Program Launch

       As I sat down to interview with Sarah Todd and Joanna Craig about the new job finding website Handshake, their excitement was palpable. “We’ve been prepping for a baby!” Todd jokes, “And next week is the due date!” The Handshake launch has been in the works since […]

Eastern Alumna, Lara Owlett, was nominated for PA teacher of the year.
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Alumna Lara Owlett Nominated For Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year Award

Education is a foundational, yet significantly undervalued, pillar of society that ought to form young people into excellent citizens, leaders, and most crucially, excellent human beings. Teachers and professors are integral to creating a school environment that encourages not only memorization of the facts and figures, but also virtue and […]