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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 falling per hour […]

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The WaltONION

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 […]

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In case you didn’t want to look it up on Google, Here are the big winners from the Oscars: Best Motion Picture: The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Torro) Best Actress: Frances McDormand (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) Best Actor: Gary Oldman (The Darkest Hour) Best Supporting Actress: Allison Janney […]

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Eastern Participates in Model UN

Imagine, if you will, a hotel lobby filled with chattering college students, talking in various languages, dressed in various styles of clothing, yet all are there in the common goal of working together to talk about some of the world’s most pressing issues from the standpoint of all countries, giving […]

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Inside the Oscars: The Top Best Film Nominees

Shape of Water Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” is a masterfully directed film with passionate performances, impactful story aspects, and an encapsulating visual and musical design. Three actors play Guillermo del Toro’s main type of character, the marginal and invisible. Sally Hawkins stars as the intrepid Elisa, a […]

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Majors, Minors, Work, Clubs and How it’s Possible To Do it All

      You are always doing stuff. That was the subject of an email my advisor sent me a few weeks ago. While she meant it in response to a few things that I had done to help out around the chemistry department, I hate to admit that it […]

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Where Do We Go From Here: 50 Years of Divine Dissatisfaction

       It has been fifty years since Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination on April 4, 1968. In remembrance of this tragic date, the Campolo Institute for Applied Research in Social Justice has been drawing attention to one of King’s most enduring speeches, “Where Do We Go From Here?” […]

Neighborhood Highlight: Nicetown
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Neighborhood Highlight: Nicetown

      The Waltonian is beginning a new series that highlights various neighborhoods in Philadelphia, as a way of exploring Eastern University’s backyard. Look for more Centerspreads like this one throughout the semester! Below is a brief introduction to our first featured neighborhood: Nicetown.       Nicetown, also […]

“Millennials and The Mission of God”: An Eastern Effort
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“Millennials and The Mission of God”: An Eastern Effort

       Dr. Andrew Bush, chair of the Mission and Anthropology department, and Carolyn Wason, Eastern University graduate class of 2015, recently completed a book that will be published in October 2017, titled “Millennials and the Mission of God: A Prophetic Dialogue.” They began this project in October 2014, […]

Summer Adventures
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Summer Adventures

This summer I went to Old Orchard Beach in Maine to take a gender studies course with the program Seminar By The Sea. I would have to say my most adventurous experiences while I was there was watching the sun rise and exploring Portland!   Best Quality Cisco 300-209 Dump […]