By: Katherine Seeley Many people dread taking their Gen Ed courses in college, especially if it is science or math (unless you are into these subjects, then it is probably more appealing). As someone who is not science-minded, I struggled to try to find what science class to take. As […]
What Is This Form? A quick review of the tax documents you may receive from Eastern
By: Hannah Bonanducci It’s that lovely time of year again when college students are initiated into adulthood through the generally hated process of taxes. Getting all of your documents together, especially as a college student, can be confusing. If Eastern owes you any tax documents, you should have received them […]
“I’ll Take Anyone”: Computer Science student challenges Eastern to arm wrestling
By: Simon Kwilinski Midway down an unassuming hallway in McInnis, a group of students sit hard at work in Eastern’s math department. Entrenched in number theory proofs, debugging Java programs and studying for exams, these students are lost in their own intellectual haven. But one student, setting aside his laptop […]
Celebrating Higher Education Behind Bars: A reflection of the recent art exhibit in Warner Memorial Library
By: Ellie Greer Eastern’s Prison Education Program (PEP) held a series of events these past few weeks that highlighted the powerful artwork of our students behind bars. PEP seeks to provide a transformative education for those incarcerated, giving them better opportunities and a solid foundation of faith, reason, and justice […]
Domestic Abuse in Greece: A brief look at the issue of domestic abuse in Greece
By: Hannah Bonanducci The issue of domestic abuse has become a rather large topic of conversation in Greece; cases of domestic violence against women are rising and alarmingly leading to an increase in murder cases. According to Greek Reporter and Nation Master, in 2021, over 20 women were murdered by […]
Chinese Spy Balloon Sighting: A Chinese spy balloon was spotted across the United States
By: Lenora Kirkland On Feb. 1, just before a critical diplomatic meeting between U.S. representative Antony J. Blinken and Chinese president Xi Jinping, a Chinese spy balloon was spotted hovering over American airspace. The balloon was first identified flying over Montana, moving east to where it was eventually shot down […]
Man Dies At Hands Of Local Police
By: Jennie Brouse On Jan. 7 of this year, 29-year-old Tyre Nichols was stopped by five police officers after a reported traffic violation in Memphis, Tennessee. After being pulled over, it is alleged that Nichols attempted to flee the officers on foot after being tasered and pepper-sprayed, only to be […]
Club Features: Have you visited art club yet?
By: Hannah Bonanducci It’s no secret that Eastern offers a variety of clubs and opportunities for a broad range of interests and skill levels. It’s easy to get lost in the long list of clubs and meetings, and perhaps you’ve lost that list of clubs you were interested in from […]
Into the Classroom: A warm review of one of Eastern’s English classes.
By: Ella Curcuruto One of the first rules of creative writing is to have a good hook to intrigue your audience. I bet this hook got you interested, didn’t it? Introduction to Creative Writing, taught by Professor Katrina Hayes, is a gem in Eastern’s English department. I took the course […]
Let the People be Heard: Eastern students share their opinions on Valentine’s Day.
By: Chloe Rupe Valentine’s Day. A day to express love and affection. Also, a holiday that most of us either love or hate each year. This can depend on your relationship or friendship status, or you might not like celebrating it at all. The large amounts of chocolates, roses, and […]