Articles written by: Hannah Day

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Zombies Attack at Penn State HvZ Invitational

      On April 5, 13 Eastern students made the three and a half hour trek to Pennsylvania State University’s  Main Campus with Nerf blasters in hand and bandanas on their arms. Penn State’s Urban Gaming Club hosts a Humans versus Zombies invitational annually, and this year the game attracted […]

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Two Sport Athlete Graham Battles Illness: Remains Positive and Optimistic

Victoria Graham arrived at Eastern as a freshman during the fall of 2012. She quickly became a successful pre-med major, an involved student and a hardworking two-sport athlete—playing on both the soccer and lacrosse teams. She was diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos, a painful neurological and connective tissue disorder, when she […]

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Transgender Models in Brazil  

     Throughout Brazil, one of the most world renowned fashion industries in the world, transgender models are making their way into the spotlight. Women such as 26-year-old Carol Marra, are becoming some of the most sought after models in the growing transgender population. Marra herself has become quite a […]

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Women’s Basketball End Season

Eastern’s Women’s Basketball Team finished their season after their loss against DeSales on Wednesday, February 26th. Though the Eagles had swept the Bulldogs during the regular season, and earned a home advantage for the first round of playoffs, it was the Bulldogs who clinched the MAC Championship spot that night. […]

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Welcome to Sochi!

Every two years since 1924, around the same time, the winter Olympic Games are held in a large inter- national city. Everyone around the world has Olympic fever. We anticipate the majesty of the opening cere- monies, the diversity of winter events, the athlete’s cra- zy uniforms, and of course, […]

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The Weight Room Struggle

Everyone wants to be healthy and fit, but in the winter it gets even harder with less motivation to crawl out of our cozy beds. Even though I’m an athlete and I actually enjoy working out, there are a number of things that deter me from going into Eastern’s fitness […]

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New Year for Rising Men’s Basketball Team

The Eastern men’s basketball team has high hopes for their fast-approaching season. Though they have a significantly smaller roster than last year, the Eagles are confident in their pure athletic ability and raw talent that they will have stepping onto the court. Many solid contributors are returning this season, including […]

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New-Look, Cheerleaders Bring the Hype

After having only six girls participate on the squad last year, the Eastern cheerleaders are proud to introduce a completely new team this winter. The squad boasts 14 members this year, with 3 returners and a lot of new and experienced faces who are eager and ready to rally students […]

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Gov. Crisis Averted… For Now

After 16 days of closed national parks, employee furlough and all around annoyance, Congress has decided to resolve the government shutdown by extending funding for the government until January 1 and allowing the Treasury to borrow until February. However, the House and the Senate still need to agree on a […]

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Nobel Prize Ceremony Held in Sweden

From October 7 through 12, the recipients of the 2013 Nobel Prizes were announced in Stockholm, Sweden.  This year, all six Nobel Prizes will be awarded on the anniversary of Alfred Nobel’s death, December 10, at ceremonies in Oslo, Norway and Stockholm. On the first day, James E. Rothman and  […]