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Nazis gather at Valley Forge Amphitheatre

On Saturday, visitors to Valley Forge National Historical Park were bombarded with pro and con Nazi propaganda representing one of America’s most treasured rights-freedom of speech. Supporters and protestors gathered in this high security area to listen to or disturb the white supremists. The National Socialist Movement, based in Minneapolis, […]

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First-year election results close, re-vote planned

First-year elections were held from September 20-23. The offical results were announced on September 24. Elected positions for the first-year class include president, senators and representatives. There were two seats open for senators and three seats open for representatives. All three repesentative candidates, Aaron Little, Natalie Cisternas and Alison Cawley, […]

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Runners prepare for the Philadelphia marathon

On a hot summer day in 490 BC the Greek legend Philippides ran 26 hilly miles from Marathon to Athens to deliver the news that the Athenian army defeated the Persians. He later collasped from exhaustion. This legendary story was the inspiration for the modern marathon. On April 10, 1986, […]

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Business Department rated highly in magazine

In the September/October issue of Business Reform Magazine, Eastern’s business department was evaluated in comparison to other Christian schools. The overall ranking is especially rewarding coming from Business Reform Magazine, which is known for its high Christian standards. “From what I read, it seems they have a really strong biblical […]