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Religious text comes to life in “The Bible”

The History Channel’s ten-part mini-series, “The Bible,” though met by strong opposition and controversy, has proved to be a successful series that millions of Americans are eager to watch. The ten hour show will cover the entire story of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. Mark Burnett – producer of […]

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Philadelphia: Destination “Upset” City

This past weekend, the city of Philadelphia saw first hand the madness of March in the NCAA Tournament. On Friday, students and workers alike in the Philadelphia area watched two local teams, Temple and La Salle, upset higher seeded favorites, N.C. State and Kansas State, in the tournament. For La […]

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Extending the impact:

Eastern’s Student Athletic Trainers Association

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Do a little, save big

Money is a nice thing to have. Some people like to have big stacks of money, while other people treat it like an annoying bug that keeps climbing on them (something that must be gotten rid of as soon as possible). Ultimately, the important thing is that you have enough […]

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Stuff Eastern students like

Getting Married: I’m not going to mention “Ring by Spring” because that will only stress everyone out. The last thing I’d ever want to do is remind all those single Seniors out there that this will probably be the last chance they ever have to meet a nice Christian significant […]

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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” […]