Author: Waltonian

Opinions

New Pope, New Vision, Right Direction

Pope Francis shared his vision for the Catholic Church in his recent interview withAntonio Spadaro, published by “America the National Catholic Review.”  The general vision for the Catholic Church that Pope Francis has is for the members of Catholicism to embrace people who have been offended by the religion. Pope […]

Opinions

A Mosaic Of Perspectives

“Abbie, I don’t want you to rationalize this situation or to tell me why you’re right. I just need you to listen to me,” my sister said. “You’re being such a moralist, acting like your opinion is the end-all and everyone else is wrong,” my brother accused. Their comments were […]

A&E

‘Rush’ Races Into Theatres

There are few things that a man loves more than cars, one of them being really fast cars, but the new movie, Rush, has a little bit of something for everyone. In the fast-paced world of the 1970s, a group of men dared to tempt fate even further by strapping […]

A&E

New Harry Potter Movie In Production

Word of the new film script, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by J. K. Rowling has been sizzling in the news. After finishing the Harry Potter film series, Rowling chooses to call the movie “an extension of the wizarding world.” The new spin-off of the Harry Potter series […]

A&E

Songza: the new Pandora?

Have you ever caught yourself wanting to listen to music, but you have no clue what you want to hear? Are you planning a jog and you need some motivation to get you through your workout? For those who have not experienced music online without advertisements, you are missing out […]

Features

Sick Tips: Stay healthy during flu season

As autumn is upon us, the air is getting colder, and we may very well follow. Flu season is here, but we don’t have to fall victim to it. As college students, we don’t have the time or means to be treating an annoying illness. Take these preventive measures to […]

Features

Thrift Shopper: How to save money

Plenty of students have come to the conclusion that funding their own expenses is not cheap. Managing money is hard, especially when students have grocery shopping,  fast food, toiletries, quarters for laundry and wardrobe to worry about.  So, how can students manage money with a tight budget? I would advise […]

Features

Eastern Alumni Empower Disabled Through Project Able

Imani Barbarin and Matt Curcio, Eastern alumni (Class of ‘13), have joined together to tackle the struggles and triumphs of disability through the documentary feature, Project Able. Imani and Matt, who both have physical disabilities, are going to document day-to-day living that most cannot begin to understand. Curcio states that […]