Articles written by: Kimberly Zayac

Eastern’s Fourth Annual Wellness Fair
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Eastern’s Fourth Annual Wellness Fair

For the past four years, Eastern has offered students multiple on-campus outlets for staying well, including massage therapy, chiropractic sessions, and an annual Wellness Fair. March 20 marks Eastern’s 4th annual Wellness Fair, an on-campus event for staff and students to gain information to promote a healthy lifestyle. This year’s […]

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Latinos Unidos Club to Host Bi-Weekly Worship Service

Eastern club Latinos Unidos (Latinos United), created a number of years ago, was revived last semester by Sophomores Ashley Molina and Yazlane Villegas. The club stands as a place for students of Latin and Spanish heritage to come together and share their cultures. Recognizing a need to bring students of […]

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Top Contenders, Back for Gold

Will these Olympic medalists bring home the gold for team US?   Meryl Davis and Charlie White: Figure Skating Davis and White have been skating together since 1997, making the pair the longest-running ice dance team from the US. In 2010, the pair took home an Olympic silver medal and […]

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The Spotlight: Alyssa Cronauer

Eastern junoir, communication  studies major Cronauer  loves to snowboard like  White…just for  fun. WALTONIAN: What sport are you most looking forward to watching and why? Alyssa: Snowboarding for sure, both because I snowboard and because those events are high-paced and high-risk!   WALT: Shaun white won’t be competing in slope-  […]

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While You Were Away…

While we were sleeping away our winter breaks, Eastern was hard at work making some necessary updates to our beautiful campus. Check out some of these changes and how they may affect you.   Updated Dining Commons:  Over holiday vacation, Sodexo was hard at work making updates to our outdated […]

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In the Name of Compassion, or Fashion?

Kimberly Zayac In 2006, Blake Mycoskie created TOMS Shoes and has pledged that with every pair of their shoes sold, one would be donated to a child around the world in need. According to the TOMS website, over 10 million pairs of shoes have been donated to over 60 countries […]

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Falling for Fall Fashion

Pastel Outerwear Pastels aren’t just for spring anymore. Try a bright peacoat this winter instead of boring dark shades. I got mine at Old Navy. Men’s Wear Tailored blazers and structured pieces are trending this season. Pair them with girly accessories to balance the look. Forever 21 has tons. Heavy Metal Accessories featuring spikes […]

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The Man of the House: Students seek to restore painting of Charles Walton

      Many students are aware that Eastern’s grounds were once owned by the Charles Walton family, but little else is known about the man who holds a large place in Eastern’s history. That’s about to change. A team of students have a plan to preserve Walton’s legacy by […]

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A Time for Tea: Professor Douglas Trimble returns from Pakistan

  “Before we start, would you like a cup of tea?” Making time for tea has become a daily ritual for psychology professor Douglas Trimble. “There’s something very civilized about it. Everyone in Pakistan drinks tea.” For the past five years, Trimble has been serving and teaching in Lahore, Pakistan, […]

Turning It Up a Few Degrees
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Turning It Up a Few Degrees

EU Broadens Curriculum