Articles written by: Rachel Covert

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 […]

Dunkirk: Humanity in War Films
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Dunkirk: Humanity in War Films

Christopher Nolan’s new film, “Dunkirk,” appeared in theaters July 21. The movie was both entertaining and thought-provoking, which in my estimation, makes it a solid film. In general, “Dunkirk” received good reviews: Rotten Tomatoes critics gave it a score of 93% and regular film goers on the site scored it […]

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Porchfest: Live From Wayne

Few things bring me more joy than stumbling upon live music. Regardless of the genre or familiarity of the songs played, it is still entertaining and delightful. Even the occasional voice crack or missed note adds a certain charm to the performance, because you know it is real. For many […]

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Templeton Welcomes Dr.Brian Williams As New Dean

      The students and faculty at Templeton Honors College are excited for the arrival of their new dean, Dr. Brian Williams. Williams is highly qualified for the position, with a diverse portfolio of academic experience in his background. After completing his undergraduate work in the United States, Williams […]