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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 […]

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Rape in the Media

The media should try to seek justice and compassion for victims

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The Waltonian Guide to…

Staying motivated during the Spring semester

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5 things college students should know about taxes

For some of us, this is the first time that the infamous April 15th deadline has actually meant anything. If you are filing your taxes for the first time, make sure you are well informed before you make a date with the 1040EZ. Here are some things that college students […]

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Life and Loss

Loss is inevitable, and we all understand this. But when the moment comes for us to say goodbye, we never can grasp how to let go. The moments we spent in the last encounter are on a constant loop in our mind, and the memories of the one we had […]

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Reflecting on El Salvador

“I hope that I can bring you here for a week on this trip and it ruins you for life,” states Ron Morgan, professor of Heritage of the Church in El Salvador. Yes! This may seem harsh, but that statement was one of the last things that our professor told […]

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Jazz in the Stacks event guide

To celebrate National Jazz and Poetry Month, Eastern’s Friends of the Library presents a month of snazzy events! Friday, April 5th At 10:30 in the Upper Atrium of the Warner Library, The Friends of the Library is showing “The Cotton Club.” Starring Richard Gere and Nicholas Cage, “The Cotton Club” […]

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The Gender Mess

Does equality outrank protection of all?