On Jan. 25, France passed a new law criminalizing conversion therapy. The National Assembly passed it unanimously, and it had already been passed by the majority vote in the French Upper House. With President Emmanuel Macron’s signature, the law will go into effect. Macron has already tweeted in support of […]
Author: Megan Mahoney
Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival, is a holiday that often marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring. It’s often associated with Asian cultures, many of whom have traditionally used a lunar calendar to pass time rather than the solar […]
Throughout the month of January, clubs were no longer allowed to meet in-person on Eastern’s campus. At first, the moratorium on in-person events was only meant to last the first week; however, it was quickly extended twice more through communications sent to club leaders. As of Jan. 31, clubs are […]
Inklings is Open to Submissions: Eastern’s Literary Magazine is accepting submissions from now until March 25.
Many people dream of becoming a published author, but they don’t know where to start. Others might just be looking for a home for a piece of artwork, photography, or a written work. And some people might just be looking for a challenge. If that sounds like you, you should […]
Spoilers for Spiderman: No Way Home, Hawkeye, Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. So Marvel finally did the thing they’ve been hinting at for years now: the multiverse is very real, and crossovers are coming. We’ve already seen multiple alternate versions of Loki, who was the first major multiversal […]
Aaron Cox’s Fundraiser: Enactus is organizing a fundraiser to support the purchase of a new wheelchair for Aaron Cox.
If you’re at a sports game, whether cheering in the crowd or playing on a team, you’ve probably seen Aaron Cox enjoying the game. This business administration major hopes to work in the sports industry after he graduates in May, and he loves both playing and watching sports. Before college, […]
A Christmas Music Standout: A student explains the heartfelt meaning behind her favorite Christmas song.
In high school, my school organized caroling just after finals. We’d gather in the school’s courtyard, bundled up in scarves and gloves, as the music teacher passed out binders full of traditional carols like “Silent Night” and “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.” We’d walk up and down the neighborhood by […]
Threads Pop-Up Thrift Shop: All proceeds supported IJM, an organization that fights to end human trafficking.
On Saturday, Dec. 4, International Justice Mission (IJM) hosted their annual pop-up thrift store to end slavery, Threads. For weeks, IJM has had signs posted in every dormitory as well as one in Walton with donation bins underneath for anyone to donate clothing, jewelry, shoes, and more. The members of […]
Psi Chi’s Stress Less Week: The honors society for Psychology hosted a variety of events to educate and support stressed students.
November is probably the most stressful month of the fall semester. Midterm exams fall during this month, and it feels like every possible important project, paper, and assignment is due at this time. Students and professors alike are catching up on work that they’ve fallen behind on. And in addition […]
This semester, Eastern’s theatre department performed “Almost, Maine,” a modern play composed of a series of short scenes that take place at the same moment in time, in the same town, with different characters. It’s a clever concept, and the cast and crew of the play executed it beautifully. However, […]