Articles written by: Kelsey Fiander-Carr

Swift in “Look What You Made Me Do”
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Swift in “Look What You Made Me Do”

      Recently, Taylor Swift dropped all her celebrity beef on the table in her new single, “Look What You Made Me Do”. In the song, the singer makes note of her own damaged reputation that has followed her since the start of her career. Unlike her previous works, […]

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Inside Faith On The Field: How a radio show turned into an interview with National Football League players

      Faith on the Field Sept. 6 served as a time of worship, football, and laughter. Located on the Olson field at Eastern, the Faith on the Field Show had players from the Philadelphia Eagles speak about their relationship with God on and off the field. Included in […]

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Eastern to Host Faith on the Field Event: Eagles Discuss Faith and Sports

      Presented by Eastern, the Faith on the Field radio show allows lovers of sports and God  to discuss the importance of including religion in an athletic setting.       Starting in April of this year, the Faith on the Field show has broadcasted on ESPN in […]

Eastern dorms become a home for students during  the  year.
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The Art Of Making A Dorm A Home

As the fall semester begins, Eastern residents are steadily decorating a room that will soon become their home for the next two academic terms. Too often, college students are under the notion that a dorm will never have that cozy and warm feeling you get when going home to family. […]

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Eastern Among Best Christian Colleges

In recent months, Eastern has been ranked in a few national lists of outstanding Christian colleges and universities based on aesthetics, academics, and various other qualities that make any institution of higher education attractive to prospective students. The most recent list from College Choice named Eastern 34 out of 50 […]

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Philly Fan Creates SportsVenting App

      Philadelphia native Jeff Phillips has been passionate about Philly sports for multiple decades. He has been longing for a platform in which fans can express their thoughts about a team’s games, players and even coaches. Soon enough, he came up with the idea of having an app […]

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Tensions Rise as Philadelphia’s Status as Sanctuary City Challenged

     On April 21, Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney received a letter from Alan Hanson, Acting Assistant Attorney General, urging him to enforce federal immigration laws and orders within the sanctuary city.       Philadelphia is a sanctuary city, meaning that it is a central hub for undocumented immigrants. […]

Photojournalist Kevin Carter won a Pulitzer Prize for this picture depicting the famine in Sudan in 1993.
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This is Journalism

The Ethics and Standards of Journalism by Hector Davila       For centuries journalism has undergone the test of time, having to endure difficulties, challenges and failures that have shaped the ethics and standards of journalism today. TRUTHFULNESS       There has been a recent rise in fake […]

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Opposing Political Parties Clash in Center City, Philadelphia March

     Since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, there have been numerous marches, rallies and demonstrations for and against the new “leader of the free world.” On a global, national and even local scale, people around the world have been voicing their opinions about the new president of the […]

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How Should We Define a Sport?

      When asked, “What is sport?” we often go to the natural prototypes of football, basketball or even baseball. However, we are reluctant to answer the question with cheerleading or horseback riding. Why? In our society we tend to think that if it does not involve a ball […]