Articles written by: Brianna Cicero

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Waltonian Names 2016-17 Editors

It’s that time of year again: the last issue of the Waltonian is now on shelves, and the senior staff members are walking towards Walton Hall to pick up their final issue. Mixed emotions flood the air as their names appear in print for the final time in the Waltonian: […]

Human Sexuality Task Force Makes Final Recommendations
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Human Sexuality Task Force Makes Final Recommendations

For the past two years, Eastern conducted an official “Conversation on Human Sexuality,”a conversation that included faculty, students, and staff. The conversation began in the fall of 2014, when President Duffett called for the formation of a Human Sexuality Task Force. Dr. Duffett charged the Task Force to make recommendations […]

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Why We Need to “Free Kesha”

Kesha Sebert, known mononymously as Kesha, decided to speak out in February 2016 about the inappropriate actions of her producer, Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald. Kesha claimed that Dr. Luke sexually and mentally abused her over a 10-year period, and because of this she requested an injunction from her label, Kemosabe […]

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Waltonian Appoints 2016-17 Editors

It’s that time of year again: the last issue of the Waltonian is now on shelves, and the senior staff members are walking towards Walton Hall to pick up their final issue. Mixed emotions flood the air as their names appear in print for the final time in the Waltonian: […]

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Final ODTF Recommendations

Dr. Duffett has released the final recommendations of the Organizational Design Task Force (ODTF). These recommendations address five key goals to the strategic plan set forth by the ODTF: first, to celebrate teaching and learning excellence; second, to become the premier destination for Christian talent and career development; third, to […]

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Will Trump Keep Trumping?

Picture this: March 2015. The weather is alternating from warm to cold more often than most people go shopping for groceries. President Barack Obama has a year and a half left in his presidency and, while there is speculation of who may run for president, no one is certain. Then, […]

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I Am A Feminist

Why I Am Voting For Hillary Clinton I am a feminist. That’s right, I just started out this article by identifying myself with a very controversial statement. However, allow me to make it even more controversial. I am a feminist, and I will be voting for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 […]

Recycling: EU’s Past And Future
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Recycling: EU’s Past And Future

Approximately 75% of Americans recycle. While this is a high number, perhaps it is not high enough. If everyone in America tried to help the environment, there would be a greater chance for improvement. Even as a college student, there are many ways that one can have an impact—especially at […]

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Prostitution in Wayne

Body of Zen, a local massage parlor in Wayne, has been shut down for undercover prostitution. The Radnor Police department decided to investigate the case after seeing some of the parlor’s “risqué advertisements.” These advertisements consisted of pictures of underage women surrounded by hearts and stated that “new girls” were […]

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Larycia Hawkins Update

In December of 2015, Dr. Larycia Hawkins, a political science professor, and the first tenured black female professor at Wheaton College, posted several controversial statements on Facebook relating Christianity to Islam. She also posted a photo of herself wearing a hijab. Both of these actions, especially the statements, were percieved […]