Articles written by: Chen Huang

Fall Fine Arts Festival Preview
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Fall Fine Arts Festival Preview

Do you enjoy events centered around music and productions? If so, the Fine Arts Festival on Oct. 9 is something you should consider adding to your schedule! The event features some of the best performers in the Entertainment & Fine Arts departments, which includes music, dance, and theater. The departments […]

Tips for Audition Success
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Tips for Audition Success

Have you ever had the desire to go on stage but lacked the courage to do so? Have you ever worried that your performance was not good enough? Fear not; this article will provide tricks and tips on how to survive auditions. Af- terwards, the article will also feature tips and tricks on how […]

Egyptian actor Omar Sharif.
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Remembering Omar Sharif

Omar Sharif, best known for his acting in “Lawrence of Arabia” and “Doctor Zhivago,” passed away  in July in Cairo. Sharif was one of the first Arab actors to succeed on the Hollywood stage. In 2012, Sharif accepted an interview to discuss his acting career. He explained that his mother […]

“Fear and Our Future,” Duffett’s University-Wide Gathering Address
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“Fear and Our Future,” Duffett’s University-Wide Gathering Address

It is undoubtedly difficult to relay staff changes to a community, especially when such changes promise to alter immediately the future direction of the community. But staff change was the precise subject of President Duffett’s 2015 address to faculty and staff regarding the state of the university. In times of […]

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Upcoming Arts Events

For some students, finding events  that fit into their busy school schedule can be difficult. Others may not know that these events exist. This article will detail some great events that students should know in the upcoming months. Fine Arts Festival — Oct. 9, 7:30 p.m.; $5 (Eastern Auditorium). A […]

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Diving Into the “Orphan Train”

It is hard to imagine the life of those that lived under impoverished conditions. It is also difficult to see the challenges that orphans face because they do not have a parent. Those that have the privilege to live life without those sufferings, it is difficult to interpret their lives […]

Eastern Welcomes New Employees
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Eastern Welcomes New Employees

Robert West and Andrew Whitmore join Web & User Services Team This year brings two new members to the Web & User Services Team, Robert West and Andrew Whitmore. As the newest computer technicians for the Eastern community, they are relatively unfamiliar faces. Although the two come from different backgrounds, […]

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Eastern’s Twin Siblings

For many students, the proximity of one’s family is a large factor in the decision of where one should attend college. Many students want a college experience that is separate from the influence of their families, so they choose to go to school farther away. Other students, who want to […]

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Remembering Ariel Sharon: Former Israeli President dies at age 85

Ariel Sharon, the former Prime Minister of Israel, passed away on January 11. Sharon had been in a coma after suffering from a severe stroke in 2006. Although he had been holding firm, his condition rapidly worsened during his last few weeks, and death overtook him at age 85. Sharon […]