Articles written by: Shelly Lister

EU Softball vs. Misericordia University.
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Your Final Eastern Sports Recap

      On Saturday, April 22, EU Men’s Lacrosse defeated King’s College with a score of 9-7. During the match, senior Tim Lamb became only the fourth Eastern Men’s Lacrosse player to reach 100 career goals. Lamb, Matt Martin and Bryan Goetz all finished with two goals each. The […]

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EU Hosts “Faith on the Field”: Phillies Pitchers Come to Talk Baseball and Jesus

      On Monday, April 24, Eastern University welcomed Philadelphia Phillies pitchers Jerad Eickhoff and Jeanmar Gómez, presented by 610 Sports/ESPN Radio. Eastern athletic teams, students, faculty and other members of the community packed into the EU gymnasium to hear Eickhoff and Gómez explore their identities as both professional […]

The Art of Writing Letters
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The Art of Writing Letters

      In eighth grade English class, the last period of the day, I kept myself busy by passing notes with my friend Allison. We’d spend every free moment of the school day writing long letters to document our inside jokes, tease each other about our crushes and make […]

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The Rebirth of a Runner

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.       I enter the winter season with optimism. In November I begin collecting gear—headbands, gloves, thermal leggings. I fully believe that I will run the entire winter, that nothing but a full-out blizzard will […]

The Art of Makeup
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The Art of Makeup

      I have an on-again, off-again relationship with makeup. We often go steady for weeks at a time. I flirt my long, black lashes with rapid blinks and flash a smile finished with highlighted cheekbones. When I decide that it’s time we take a break, I wipe my eyes […]

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Eastern University Sports Recap- Men’s and Women’s Golf and Track & Field

      The EU Women’s Golf Team began their spring season on March 17 and March 18 in the Browngolf Intercollegiate Invitational, hosted by Mercyhurst University. In the fall season, Paige Hollingsworth led the Eagles in average strokes with 88.50 in six rounds of golf. Sofia and Summer Frantz […]

Curry, now ranking among the best in the NBA, competed in the NCAA Tournament as a first-year and sophomore at Davidson College.
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The Arrival of Annual Insanity- Why we can’t help but love March Madness

      Each year as the winter months fade and the weather grows warmer, we find ourselves in the midst of madness: March Madness, that is. For many sports fans the latter half of winter can feel like a drag as the NFL has wrapped up in early February […]

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Audacity Brings Spoken Word to EU

      Three years ago in Benin, West Africa, Doxa J. Zannou was introduced to the art of spoken word by Passion for Christ Movement (P4CM). P4CM is responsible for RHETORIC, the world’s largest Christian spoken word conference. Zannou became familiar with P4CM’s online videos, where she watched poets […]

Pierce, pictured here in 2008 with the Boston Celtics, will close out his NBA career in 2017 with the Los Angeles Clippers.
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Paul Pierce Says Goodbye to Basketball in Boston

     Paul Pierce, 10-time NBA All-Star  and the 2008 Finals MVP, announced his retirement from the game of basketball on Sept., 26, 2016. In a video released by The Players’ Tribune, Pierce said he would ride out the 2016-17 season, giving himself the opportunity to play in each of […]

New England Patriots at Washington Redskins 08/28/09
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New England Patriots Defeat Atlanta Falcons for Super Bowl Title

     On Sunday, Feb. 5, the New England Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons to take home the title of Super Bowl LI with a final score of 34-28. This victory marked the Patriots’ fifth Super Bowl win as a franchise, winning titles in 2002, 2004, 2005, 2015 and now […]