Author: Kelsey Fiander-Carr


No Freshmen in Eagle Hall

      Each year, residence directors, student life associates and members of student leadership try to develop plans to further benefit and progress resident life at Eastern. Recently word has spread that Eagle Hall is become an exclusively upperclassmen dorm. This would mean that incoming freshman would live in […]


Love, Simon: A Story of Young Love

On March 16, the novel, Simon vs. the Homosapiens Agenda, premiered as an adapted movie entitled Love, Simon. The film followed the coming out story of a gay teenage boy named Simon Spier. In the movie, Simon is played by Nick Robinson, the star from the 2017 young adult novel […]


Courage Spotlight: Jessie Nichols

Throughout Eastern, there are many students and faculty who represent the university’s new initiative, ‘courage to.’ Among them is senior Jessie Nichols. Nichols is an Exercise Science major, a Psychology minor, and has been a Student Chaplain for the past three years. Despite how busy Nichols is being in his […]


Vonn’s Ride Up and Down Slopes: A look at Lindsey Vonn’s roller coaster ride back to the Olympics

Throughout the Superbowl, many fans looked forward to the commercials that are notorious for their attempt in broadening its audiences’ view. Some are filled with confusing actor portrayals, as we saw in Tide’s commercials, but some are made to specifically open our eyes to the hardships of someone we as […]


Paychecks for Student Athletes?

      Through the years, I have been morally challenged by the notion of whether college athletes should be getting paid for their work on the field. I was first presented with this question when I was a marching band saxophone player who spent a lot of time with […]