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Weekly Happenings By Chiara Behm  Due to the last five weeks being cancelled for inclement weather and an Eagles’ parade, Eastern University will be condensing the majority of the missed events into the upcoming week — except (as always) for those pertaining to Esperanza. Another note: Eastern University will once […]

Features

Alumni Spotlight: Drew An Brubaker Shares about Post-Graduate Life

      Drew An Brubaker (‘16) graduated from Eastern University with her BS in Psychology, a minor in Biology and another minor in Political Science. Drew An was also a member of Templeton Honors College. As I interviewed Drew An in her current workplace, Frontline Education in Malvern, PA, […]

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Swan Lake: The Classic Ballet

I recently had the pleasure of seeing Swan Lake at the Academy of Art in Philadelphia. As I explained to my friends after the performance, I had only been to small productions of The Nutcracker before, so I considered this to be my true first time at a ballet. Since the […]

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Justin Timberlake’s Tribute To Prince: A Self-serving performance

While Justin Timberlake put on an energetic Super Bowl Halftime Show, the public’s reaction was certainly mixed. Leading up to the show, rumors whirled that JT planned on using a hologram of Prince in a tribute to the epic singer. Prince’s fans spoke out against the use of a hologram […]

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Eastern University Without Students

By Dec. 16, students evacuate campus to spend three weeks resting, working, spending time with family, traveling, and engaging in any other activity besides school. For many, Winter Break is a time to recover from the busy schedule of the previous semester and prepare for the upcoming one. And once […]

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Eastern’s Winter Music Festival

Eastern University held its annual Winter Music Festival Friday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec. 2. On Friday, performances were given by Eastern Winds, Jazz Band, and Angels of Harmony. The second set of performances on Saturday included pieces by St. Davids Orchestra Society, Turning Point, and the University Choir. The […]

Eastern and New York City
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Eastern and New York City

      On Saturday, Nov. 4, Eastern’s Student Activities Board (SAB) sponsored a trip to New York City (NYC). Many Eastern students leapt at the opportunity to take a day trip to the city. The bus left at 9 a.m., and since the drive is almost exactly two hours, […]

Alumna Jordan Kolb (‘17) teaches middle-school 
students in Philly.
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Alumni Spotlight: Jordan Kolb (‘17)

      Meeting with recent graduate of Eastern University, Jordan Kolb, I got a glimpse of what post-graduate life is like for at least one student, and I was encouraged to hear Jordan talk about the experiences at Eastern which prepped her for stepping out into the work world. […]

Eastern’s Fine Arts Festival
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Eastern’s Fine Arts Festival

      On Friday, Oct. 13, Eastern presented the Fine Arts Festival, an annual event which features performances from students, faculty and alumni in the arts departments. There were performances in dance, music and theater, showcasing a wide range of talent in the different disciplines. Since the compilation of […]

Sports

A Series Of Unfortunate Events: Resilience in Women’s Volleyball

       This is the tale of a volleyball team, who together underwent the toughest of trials, which proved to only make them stronger. Tales such as these are rare and inspiring to all who hear them.       Eastern University’s Women’s Volleyball team set off on a […]