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People of Eastern: Mary Lauer

Mary Lauer is a Senior at Eastern who is studying Environmental Science. She grew up in Morgantown, PA and is the youngest of six kids. She was homeschooled and played the piano, along with participating in a local school band where she played the flute. She also danced, her favorite […]

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Spring Break Plans: How Eastern students will be spending their days off.

A Trip to Florida In 2015, my brother was a senior in college and over his Spring break, my sister and I went on a road trip with him down to Florida. It was the first time we ever drove straight through Florida and back, which I thought was a […]

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The New Tobacco Ban: A smart decision or a violation of freedom?

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Despite Recent Controversy, Student Affirms Eastern’s Claim as a Liberal Arts School

Eastern University defines itself as a liberal arts school, but there is some controversy among students if they should be able to stick with this title. Students, and presumably faculty members, have noticed that Eastern does not live up to the title of liberal arts, due to their lack of […]

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An Open Letter To: A Beloved Professor

To my professor, Since the first class I had with you during my sophomore year, you have stood out to me as a professor. You are continuously pouring your heart out to your students in ways that many professors do not. You’re not only there for us on an academic […]

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Eastern and the Earth: Student reflects how Eastern can better their consumption of plastic.

      Eastern has made several adjustments to help preserve the earth over the years. The most impactful thing they have done has been their implementation of wind energy. Our campus is solely run on wind energy, which helps to protect the earth from harmful pollution. However, there are […]

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Pope Francis Addresses Sexual Assault

      Throughout history, there have been many incidents that involved sexual assault against children. Within the last several years, more people are starting to share their experiences and are trying to fight against these tragedies to prevent them from happening again. In the news, we are seeing sexual […]

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Love for Eastern Professors: Students reflect on the instructors that helped them during their college careers.

A Letter to Dr. Hatch:  How this professor impacted an Eastern student. Dear Dr. Hatch,       To begin, I just wanted to say thank you for being my professor. Each time I take one of your classes, I look forward to learning more from you and hearing the […]

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Becoming a Waltonian Editor or Writer

      Do you enjoy reading The Waltonian? Are you a passionate writer? Do you like working with people and getting information out to the public? If so, maybe you want to consider working for The Waltonian! There are two ways you could be a part of The Waltonian. […]

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Visiting Close Family Friends Down Under

      When I was a kid, our family had a few au pairs, or nannies from another country that stayed with us for a year. Two of them were from Australia, and I became especially close to them. Over Christmas break, I had the opportunity to go visit […]