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SAGE hosts Panel of male feminists

The meeting will be held on Monday, when Best IT Certification Training Materials more than 10,000 guests will gather in New York. 70-532 tutorial Tami Joan stared at the billboard – black, white and yellow, all smiling and waved. 70-483 questions and answers pdf However, this painting seems to be […]

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The Advantage of Summer Classes

      The summer is a good time to catch up on things we miss during the school year. During the summer I found myself catching up on my favorite TV shows or games. I even find myself starting new hobbies and projects to keep myself productive. There are […]

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March For Our Lives: Students Take a Stand

       Since the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, it has been a long and hard month coming, but in the recent days there has been some big developments in the gun-violence conversation. In the wake of the shooting in Parkland, Florida, the March For Our Lives […]

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Insight into the Spring Banquet, “Once Upon a Time”

      Spring Banquet is a long standing tradition and has been an integral part of the Eastern experience for years. With the stress and strain of the college experience, it is a good kind of relief that students need now and again.       Every school year, […]

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Computer Science Major Added

On Feb. 18, Eastern announced that they will be adding a Computer Science degree to the mathematics department. Dr. Walter Huddell states in the article on Eastern’s website that, “what the telescope is to the astronomer, the computer is to the computer scientist. Like the telescope, the computer is a […]

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Around the World: Israeli government starts to deport African migrants

On Jan. 4, the Israeli government made the decision to send 37,000 African immigrants out of Israel. Most of these immigrants are from Eritrea and Sudan. According to the government, these migrants came into the country illegally. The government is calling them “infiltrators.” The government believes that many of the […]