Articles written by: Jameka Williams

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Class of 2014 Senior Profiles

1. Name: Alexis Washington 2. Degree: Psychology 3. Fun fact: Something a lot of people do not know about me is that I actually just recently received my license to preach and now serve on the ministerial staff at my church. 4. What memorable or important places have you been in […]

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Restaurant Review – The Cove

The Cove is a little, quiet nook in the corner of the casino floor of Harrah’s Philadelphia in Chester, PA. Apart from the noisy bells and whistles of slot machines, The Cove is a restaurant overlooking the Delaware River, and its not your typical bar and grill. College students are […]

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Securing Sochi

Like other Olympic games, security threats are always high, and in this post-9/11 world, the United States becomes increasingly concerned about terrorist activity, especially in the volatile location of Sochi, Russia. As the 2014 Winter Olympic festivities kicked off in Sochi, the U.S. aired their specific concerns with terrorist group […]

Remembering Dr. Martha Shalitta
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Remembering Dr. Martha Shalitta

On January 15, 2014, Dr. Martha Shalitta passed away at the age of 90. Affectionately called “Martie,” or “Doc,” by her students, Shalitta was an undergraduate professor of psychology at Eastern University. Before arriving to Eastern, Dr. Shalitta had a distinguished educational career, having been an assistant principal at Garnet […]

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The Spotlight: Katie Haring

Although she’s allergic to certain types of glitter, Katie Haring, the Chair of Eastern’s Student Activities Board, probably doesn’t mind if a speckle here and there made its way to any events she’s throwing. The Waltonian spoke with the Psychology major, with minors in Management and Marketing, about SAB and […]

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Best New Artists of 2013 Who Will Carry You into 2014

While the year 2013 was swallowed by the controversial pop-monster that is Miley Cyrus and her party album, “Bangerz,” (even the Waltonian got in on the fun), 2013 saw that mainstream and independent music productions continued to excite audiences. Yes, our ears were assaulted by the over-played mega-duo, Macklemore and […]

Meet “The Good Person of Setzuan”
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Meet “The Good Person of Setzuan”

First performed in 1993 on Eastern’s stage, The Good Person of Szechwan is back! Directed by Michael Brix (‘98), Bertolt Brecht’s comedy will play from Wednesday, November 13 through Saturday, November 16 at 8 PM, and Sunday, November 17 at 3 PM. Good Person will bring audiences into a newly […]

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Eastern’s Esperanza College es Muy Excelente

On October 22, Esperanza College of Eastern University, formed in 2000, was selected as a finalist for the 2013 Examples of Excelencia Award. Excelencia in Education, the organization that gives the award, seeks to advance and promote the success of Latino students at the collegiate level. Excelencia in Education focuses […]

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Everything You Should Know About Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving seems to be the holiday that never changes. Family and good food are the basics. Rituals and traditions, like the move from the “kiddie table” to the “adult table,” still remain for many families across the country. But as we get older, and the cultural landscape of the United […]