Articles written by: Madison Messics

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On the Road to MAC Freedom Championship: Slipping Past Wilkes and Kings in Overtime

      Within the past week, the Eastern Men’s Lacrosse team played against Wilkes University on April 10 and King’s College on April 13. Looking back at how the team played against these two teams last season, both games were an expected win this week. However, each game was […]

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Phillies’ New Trades Determined to Bring Home the World Series: Inside three new players’ determination.

      Previously, the Phillies had a few ‘okay’ seasons. However, with three new players thriving off the adrenaline of being traded to Philadelphia, we are seeing the change begin.       For the 2019 season, the Phillies were able to sign the notable Bryce Harper, J.T. Realmuto […]

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How To Be a Friend To Those With Mental Illness

     We hear it all across the news. It can be commonly found in a room filled with people. Most times it is ignored. It’s the elephant in the room that needs to be addressed. Mental health. In advance, this article may trigger those who suffer with mental health […]

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On the Road to MAC Freedom Championship: There are small steps towards victory for our men’s lacrosse team.

      The Men’s Lacrosse team has just finished the last round of non-league games and will head into the Freedom Conference games beginning this week. Teams in the line up are Manhattanville College, Misericordia University, Wilkes University, King’s College, Delaware Valley University, among others. Their past couple of […]

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NFL vs. Nature: Inside how the 2019 NFL Draft is hurting the environment.

      Recently, the city of Nashville, Tennessee, announced its plan to cut down 21 of 68 historic cherry trees that would be in the way of the NFL’s draft stage leading up to April’s NFL Draft event. The irony behind this announcement is the upcoming Cherry Blossom Festival […]

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How To Be a Friend To Those With Mental Illnesses.

      We hear of it all across the news. It can be commonly found in a room filled with people. Most times it is ignored. It’s the elephant in the room that needs to be addressed. Mental health. In advance, this article may trigger to those who suffer […]

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Around the World: United States: The first woman to win the Abel Prize for outstanding work in mathematics.

      Retired mathematics professor at University of Texas at Austin, Karen Uhlenbeck, has recently won the 2019 Abel Prize Laureate. Through the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research, the Academy of Science and Letters in Oslo, Norway, announced the winner and the monetary prize of $700,000. King Harald […]

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Philly Fans Send Death Threats to Blue Jays Pitcher: The Blue Jays pitch hit the new prize of the Phillies, Bryce Harper.

      Are Philly fans really known for their aggressiveness?       On March 15, the Philadelphia Phillies played against the Toronto Blue Jays in Clearwater, Florida. Phillies fans are making sure their prized possession comes to no harm and are ready to defend him if he does. […]

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On the Road to MAC Freedom Championship: Inside an interview two key starters on the Men’s Lacrosse team, Brett McDonald and Antonio Yeoman, as they prepare for a successful season.

      Two players on the Eastern Men’s Lacrosse team know exactly what it is like to feel the pressure that comes with starting on the field. Brett McDonald, number 12, is a senior business marketing major and the starting goalie this season. Antonio Yeoman, number 6, is a […]

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Top 5 Philly Arts and Entertainment Events

      Witness some of Philadelphia’s true creativity from local artists, poets and performers. Experience the artistic diversity of Philadelphia from the past to present with different types of media. These events are perfect for the college student seeking a new original experience. 1.  Whitman 200: Art and Discovery […]