Articles written by: Tanaisha Coleman

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No News Is Not Good News

Brussels, Belgium was bombed on March 22, 2016. The first bombing consisted of two explosions at the Brussels-Zaventem Airport around 7 p.m. (GMT), killing 11 people. The second bombing happened about an hour later at the Maelbeek metro station, by the European Union headquarters. Twenty people died in this explosion. […]

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2016-17 Off-Campus Housing

Permission to live off campus has become less and less frequent for EU undergraduates in recent years, and next year, the trend will continue. Starting next year, the Village will be reserved for three groups of students: those over age 23, main campus graduate students, and Palmer Seminary students. This […]

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Spiritual Nurturance

Aren’t you tired of seeing others happy and wondering, “What about me, Lord?” Some Christians are so concerned about others that they neglect strengthening their own relationship with Christ. Oftentimes we are aware of our flaws or bad habits, but we decide to cover them up by overcompensating in other […]

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Communications Dept. Revamps Major

Progressive changes are being made in the Communication Studies department to help prepare communications majors for the work force. Susannah McMonagle, Assistant Professor of Communications Studies, recently shared the details about a recent revamp of the department’s curriculum. All the curriculum changes will be in full effect by the fall […]

A Biblical Look at Alcohol Consumption
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A Biblical Look at Alcohol Consumption

Drinking is a complex issue for some Christians because the Bible does not clearly state if drinking in moderation is fully wrong or right. The Bible isn’t ambiguous about drunkenness. Ephesians 5:18-19 reads, “Do not get drunk with wine, for that is debauchery, but be filled with the Spirit, addressing […]

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The Oscars and Racial Diversity

It’s Oscars season–time for all of the components of last year’s movies to be judged. One issue in Hollywood is the lack of racial diversity regarding film, including actor and actress, nominations. A Black actor/actress has not been nominated for an Academy Award since 2014. Yes, it makes me frustrated […]

LaCrae To Perform At EU In March
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LaCrae To Perform At EU In March

Mark your calendars: on March 11, 2016 at 7 p.m., the Grammy Award-winning Christian artist Lecrae will be performing in the Eastern University gym. Ben Howard, the Student Activities Coordinator, states, “I really don’t think there is a bigger Christian artist than Lecrae, and it is someone we wouldn’t have […]

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Waking Up the World with Faith, Reason, and Justice

In 2014, Eastern University revealed to the community a new marketing slogan: Wake Up the World. The university website states, “To ‘Wake Up the World’ means to become aware of your ability to make a difference in the lives of others.” This slogan is about finding various ways we can […]

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SAB Spring Preview

Eastern students,  grab your planners and update your calendars! Student Activities Board (SAB) has a great semester planned full of events. Get ready to build college memories through dances, a concert, and coffee houses. SAB is still in the process of finalizing locations and details for some events, so information […]

Godly Discernment
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Godly Discernment

As people are committing to New Year’s resolutions, Christians especially might reflect on aspects of their faith that need improvement. The new year seems to serve as motivation to create a clean slate and improve the unhealthy parts of our lives. Reflecting on the past year, I realized one vital […]