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Happenings: A list of important dates to mark in your agendas!

CoffeeHouse • 7:00 p.m. Friday, September 11 | Walton Upper Lobby | 100 Days till Commencement Celebration Windows on the World: Imani Barbarin • 10:00 AM Friday, September 11 | “Challenging Ableism” Philosophy Society • 6:30 p.m. Thursday, September 17 Windows on the World & Evening Performance: Audrey Assad • […]

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Anonymous Love Letters: Written by Eastern students to those they admire most.

Dear Husband, Thank you for all of the adventures we have had and for all of the adventures that are to come. Thanks for all of the little things you do, like giving me the aux cord in the car and pretending that I beat you in Call of Duty. […]


Top 5 Songs on the Billboard Hot 100

Do you know the top songs in America right now according to Billboard? Here are the top five songs for the week of November 24, 2018. Thank U, Next by Ariana Grande There is no doubt that Ariana Grande has been through a lot in the past couple years. However, […]


Spring Music Festival

      For all music majors, the Spring Music Festival is the culmination of a semester of hard work. The Spring Music Festival features performances from the University Choir, Turning Point, Eastern Winds, The Saint David’s Orchestra Society, Jazz Band, the Flute Ensemble and Angels of Harmony. Throughout the […]


Expansion of Technology in the Classroom: Senior lecturer teaches on how to incorporate community in an online environment

      Senior lecturer in English and the new Director for the Center of Teaching and Learning, Rebecca Gidjunis, leads Eastern’s push for a more technological and inclusive teaching environment.       Before taking on this role in the Center of Teaching and Learning, Gidjunis was first a […]


Around the World: Hawaii

      Hawaii is suffering from an onslaught of hurricanes and tropical storms. Just last month, Hawaii was hit by Hurricane Lane and over 50 inches of rain was left behind on the Big Island. Hurricane Lane was the second-wettest tropical storm on record in Hawaii surpassing hurricane Hiki […]


Nursing Lab Moves to McInnis Hall

      Once housed in the ELC, the Nursing Lab is now located in McInnis Hall. Unlike the gray tiles in the hall outside, the tiles in the lab are white, giving the lab the atmosphere of a hospital. Five different rooms occupy this space: two simulation rooms, the […]


Inside the Hub: Registrar merges into the Mall Cottage

      For years, the Janet Long Mall Cottage in the center of campus has been home to both the Financial Aid and Student Accounts offices, but this summer, there was a big change made to the Mall Cottage that affects all Eastern students and faculty alike. Now known […]


Flood Wreaks Havoc in Wayne

      A storm hit Wayne, Pennsylvania and flooded its streets with some heavy duty rain drops.  On Monday, August 15, the residents of Wayne were in for a surprise when rain tore through the area and set things adrift in a major flood.  Seven inches of rain was […]

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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 […]