Author: Waltonian

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Squash Season

Dorm-Friendly, No-Bake Pumpkin Coconut Cookies (Adapted From Makes 18 cookies. Requirements: microwave oven, mini-refrigerator, microwave safe bowl, large spoon, measuring spoons, measuring cups, and a baking sheet or large, flat surface on which to rest the cookies. These healthy, autumnal cookies are gluten-free, dairy free and even refined sugar […]


Joe Centeno Stresses For Success

It is always tough to come into a sport as a freshman and immediately be placed in arguably the toughest position on the field.  Freshman goalkeeper Joe Centeno has done just that though, and very well I might add.  He has helped lead the men’s soccer team to a solid […]


Tigers Rule October

The NL series are going to be extremely close. My round one upset pick is the Pittsburgh Pirates over the St. Louis Cardinals in five games. I believe that Andrew McCutchen will have a great series and really take over a couple of games. He will be the difference-maker in […]


The Fun of Intramurals

Do you like playing sports? Do you wish to be playing a sport, but you are either not good enough or you do not want the commitment of playing on a college team? Guess what? There is a solution: intramural sports. Eastern has a whole bunch of intramural sports. If […]


Rupert Rewrites The Record Book

On Saturday, September 21, Josey Rupert broke the Eastern Women’s Cross Country record for the 6k at the Messiah Invitational. Her time was 23:33, which is about 54 seconds faster than the previous record. The competition was tough and the race was close, but Rupert is happy to call this […]


iPhone 5s? iPhone 5c? iDon’tKnow.

For the first time ever, Apple Inc. unveiled two iPhones at the same time. The iPhone 5s follows the traditional updates of the iPhone generation, whereas the iPhone 5c is the plastic version of the phone which features five colorful options. Both phones, however, have a lot to offer the […]


Christ’s Faithfulness Endures Forever

In May of 1940, the future of more than 335,000 English and French soldiers looked grim as they huddled on the beaches of Dunkirk, France. As the enemy closed in on them, all hope of escape and rescue had died. In desperation, King George VI of England called for his […]