Articles written by: Kiriam Yordan


The Failure of Impeachment

On Feb. 5, news networks across the country turned their attention to the trial of President Trump expecting its outcome to be as dramatic a show as Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff had built it to be. Instead, the verdict House Democrats witnessed was delivered […]


The Influence of Local Politics: The power of public activism to bring about change lies in the ability and willingness to be politically involved at the local level.

The common trope among young voters, particularly in the United States, is a hesitancy to participate in the electoral process. There are, of course, a plethora of reasons for this tendency, chief among these being the usual “one less vote will not count,” or “one vote will not make a […]

Prospective students can tour campus and get a glimpse into college life at the Open House events!

Open House at Eastern: How this event has become one of Jaclyn Favaroso’s favorite days since becoming an Admissions student worker at the beginning of the academic year.

On Feb. 17, Eastern is set to hold one of the many Open Houses that are expected through the Spring semester. These events are held for the purpose of engaging prospective students with the Eastern campus as a way of working toward higher enrollment numbers for the university. In order […]

NBA player Kobe Bryant tragically passed away at the end of January.

Remembering a Legend: The life and influence of Kobe Bryant

In the morning of Jan. 26th, a helicopter transporting Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and 7 others crashed into a mountain in Calabasas, catching on fire. Two days later, on Jan. 28th, the bodies were identified by the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner. Through the use of […]


Trump at The March for Life: On his rallying for the Evangelical vote

Since Jan. 1974,  thousands have taken the streets of Washington, DC with the vision of “a future world where the beauty and dignity of every human life are valued and protected.” Originally, intended to be a one-time event, as a way of bullying the United States Senate into providing a […]


EU Basketball Stops Wilkes: A look into ultimate frisbee and its role at Eastern.

St. Davids, PA. 17 Jan., 2020 –After recovering from a first-half five-point deficit, EU Men’s Basketball rallied through the second half to obtain a hard-fought victory over MAC Freedom rivals, the Wilkes University Colonels. Leading the offense for the Eagles were Victor Peña with 16 points and 9 rebounds, Draig […]


The Iranian Crisis

On Jan. 3, the United States (U.S.) carried out a military operation resulting in the killing of Qasem Soleimani, the leader of the Revolutionary Guard Corps in Iran, an action widely criticized by U.S. allies and which was met by forceful opposition and anger by Tehran. The event followed several […]


The Eagles set the record against the Cavaliers at 21-20 with their 17th consecutive victory in the “Battle of Eagle Road,” a rivalry dating back to 1982.

In what was an intense, though, for the most part, not so competitive encounter, Eastern University Men’s Soccer worked around their longtime rivals, the Cavaliers of Cabrini College, to secure a win for the young team. The Eagles controlled the possession of the ball, as well as the pace of […]


The Future is now: New coaches push forward the vision of competition, faith and success.

As the summer sets and a new school year opens its doors, there is much for which to be excited, especially as it regards EU Athletics. With the Softball field reconstructed, Lacrosse field further maintained, and new equipment added to the Fitness Center, the addition of four new head coaches […]