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Archive / Features

Field of Green

Fields of green, dotted with yellow, sprinkled with blue, add a little purple. Splashed with red, blooming here and there, and over where? A blanket of white spread so neatly and pure; calm and serene, innocent in all that green. The source of it all, watch as it sweeps the […]

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EU Enactus wins regionals

Enactus moves on to nationals

Archive / Sports

Carpenter crowned king of Waltonian Bracket Competition

Three weeks ago, Sebastian Carpenter was just a lowly Waltonian staff writer who had been tasked with writing up an article on the first weekend of March Madness action. Sebastian wrote that article, and he wrote it well. Said article was in fact so pleasing to the basketball gods that […]

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EU’s Dance Department implements athletic assessments

Beginning this semester, Eastern University’s dance department, in partnership with NovaCare, will be administering athletic assessments for dance majors and minors.  This is an unprecedented first for EU’s  dance department as we emphasize the needs and unique attributes of each dancer as an individual in our new Dancer Wellness Program.  […]

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Provost office weighs in on why tuition is rising

Eastern University’s Board of Trustees set the institutional scholarship and tuition/fee schedules for the 2013-2014 academic year. The annual price for tuition, fees, room and board in the College of Arts and Sciences will be $37,624, an increase of 3.5% over the previous academic year. Polly Berol, associate provost for […]

A&E / Archive

Men’s Lacrosse Team Excites

The men’s lacrosse team seems to be having another successful season after winning the MAC Championship last year. The Eagles, who boast a 7-2 record, are committed to making it even further this year under the leadership of second-year head coach, Kevin Wallace. Eastern had a stand-out performance on March […]

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A Day with Dean Hawkins

Dean Daryl Hawkins is described by most Eastern students as a mysterious person. However, he is not like most other Dean of Students from other colleges. Rather, as the Dean of Students, he spends his time with the students and the Eastern community. Although Dean Hawkins cannot reveal a specific […]

Archive / Opinions

Rape in the Media

The media should try to seek justice and compassion for victims

Archive / Features

Diving into the Waltonian Archives

Like every community, Eastern University has a history that is exciting, heartwarming, and occasionally, a little bit strange. After digging through The Waltonian’s archives, we are pleased to report that this is what was happening at Eastern about ten years ago: “Dorm opens in Bryn Mawr, is long-term plan” For […]

Archive / Opinions

The Issue: The Lottery

The lottery is beneficial