Articles written by: Anastasia Carroll

“Not all Those who wander are lost. . .” An Inside Look at EU Study Abroad Programs
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“Not all Those who wander are lost. . .” An Inside Look at EU Study Abroad Programs

Jordan by Elizabeth Byrd       When you tell people that you studied abroad in the Middle East, they tend to get this wide-eyed look of amazement and demand that you tell them everything about it. I have come to accept this as part of living in a non-Western […]

Creative voices of EU
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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 […]

News

The Legacy of EU’s First Graduate

     In his 2015 commencement address to the Palmer Theological Seminary graduates at its West Virginia site, Ben Vincent said, “For my grandfather, I found evidence of his faithfulness.” Vincent was referring to author Randall Frame, who cited the following song lyrics when explaining the reason why he wrote […]

Sports

Eastern’s NCAA Track and Field Program Takes Off

     To some Eastern students, it is news to find out that we have a Track and Field team. Yet to the athletes, practices at Valley Forge, workouts in the gym and traveling for meets is very much a part of their daily reality. For those of you who […]

“The Offering” by Saturnino Herrán.
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Philly Art: Paint the Revolution An exploration of Mexican Modernism

     Stepping through the doorway of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s newest exhibit “Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism” is a unique experience that allows you to, quite actually, step back in time to experience a world of rich history and culture that is oftentimes otherwise and unfortunately characterized by […]