Articles written by: Gaelan Campbell

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Eastern’s Identity

      What is a liberal arts college? What is a Christian college? What is college at all? All these questions could be answered separately, but together they ask another question. What is Eastern University? The sum of those individual answers wouldn’t be enough to do that big question […]

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Protesting in Philadelphia: Advocates for social justice make their voices heard in Center City

      Each faculty member, student, and surrounding residents of the Eastern area bared witness to the eventful year of activism that was 2016. Last year, indigenous Americans and their allies protested the construction of an oil pipeline through their land; women and friends all around the country marched […]

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Chaos In Charlottesville

As Christians today, we are often more inclined to focus on our own spiritual growth and our fellowship with friends and family than to concern ourselves with the larger happenings of the world. Even as just a college student it can become easy to ignore the great dilemmas of the […]

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The Call To Serve: Musings From An RA

A new semester begins. It will be my third year as a student at Eastern, but it will be my first as a resident assistant, or “RA” as it is usually called. Two years ago to the day, I moved into Sparrowk Hall as a freshman. I was scared. I […]

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Featuring EU’s Female Public Safety Officers

      In the United States, women and men find themselves drawn to different career paths. This is often just the individual’s choice, but sometimes women and men find themselves hesitant to enter a field much more common to the opposite sex. While much study has been conducted regarding […]

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What Is the Future of Conservatism?

      What does the future of American politics look like? That’s a question a lot of people are asking these days. We’re almost two months into the new presidency, and already so much has happened. The rollout of the travel ban sent shockwaves throughout the country. Thousands protested […]

Reflections on Model United Nations
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Reflections on Model United Nations

      A couple hundred colleges from across the globe. Thousands of eager students ready to debate. Four days of pretending to be a delegate to the United Nations. That’s what you’re told you’re in for when you join Eastern’s Model United Nations (MUN) club. They tell you what to […]

WHERE THEY STAND- Presidential Candidates of 2016
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WHERE THEY STAND- Presidential Candidates of 2016

Hilary Clinton Democratic Nominee by Billy Faulkner      Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton is the Democratic nominee for the U.S. presidency. She is the very first female candidate to be nominated for president by a major U.S. political party. She is also the first former First Lady to run for […]

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EU Admissions Employs New Marketing Strategies to Increase Enrollment

     In the Northeast, the population of high school graduates applying to four-year universities has gone down. Among those graduates, increasing numbers of prospective students are looking at cost-effective options like community colleges and state schools. Of the group that is left, statistics show that even fewer would consider […]

Republican and Democratic stances on child care and parental leave
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Republican and Democratic stances on child care and parental leave

Donald Trump’s Child Care Plan by Andrew Barbin      As  a Trump supporter, one of the biggest things I love about Trump’s policies is that they are heavily oriented around incentives. From his tax policies to his health care policy to his newly announced child care policy, everything is […]