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Personal Top 5 Music Videos

I watch music videos daily, so making a list of my favorite ones became very hard. I looked at some of the videos in my watch history recently to help. Here is a list of my current favorites! 1. “Peek-A-Boo” by Red Velvet Pizza delivery guys and murder are included in […]

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Eastern Presents “Uninvited Girl”: Why you should think about attending this event inspired by the hardships of immigration

      On Feb. 28, Eastern University will be hosting a one-woman performance called “Uninvited Girl.”  While a one-woman play seems unusual, this play first premiered in 2016 and has been performed for two years now.  It was first performed shortly after the presidential election at Christ Church Neighborhood […]

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The Art of Internships: A reflection on how simple work can greatly help others and encourage growth.

      A lot of my intern work consists of me sitting on my laptop and staring at my screen. Which, to most people, probably seems boring and dreary. This is understandable, but there are so many beautiful things inside of my internship that make up for any reservations […]

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Inside Netflix’s New Original Series: Dive into the reimagined show of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.

      Black cats, high school drama and the Dark Lord— this is all you need to dive deep into the new Netflix original series, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.       Based on the Archie Comics, this Netflix show, released just before Halloween of this year, follows […]

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Unity Week’s Painting Night: A look into the creative night held for Black History Month.

      In the month of Feb., there are multiple events that were held or are being held to celebrate Black History Month. The events ranged from panel discussions, presentations from professors and even a trivia night. However, included in the line up of the events was a Unity […]

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Top 5 Oscar Nominations

      Airing Feb. 24, the Oscars, celebrating their 91 years of cinema critique and awards, has been long awaited as some of the films have been highly anticipated to pick up many awards. Below is a list of the five most anticipated films to win big later this […]

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Advocation for a Genre: Why you should look more into Young Adult Literature.

      The Hate U Give, The Poet X, Children of the Blood and Bone, The Fault in Our Stars, The Hunger Games, Harry Potter. If you have heard of any of these titles (which I’m sure you have) you are probably familiar with Young Adult Literature. This genre […]

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The Art of Thrift Shopping: A reflection on how thrift shopping is a form of expression.

      A major part of art is curation. It’s bringing together different components like colors, textures and style, and combining them all to create something beautiful and expressive. Though I’m not very good at painting, drawing, or any other fine art, I do know how to shop.     […]

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Eastern’s Dance Department Presents “The Thaw”: A look into the dance concert that fundraised and featured many seniors.

      The Eastern University Dance Department has recently hosted its dance concert, “Before the Thaw,”  on Feb. 1 and 2 in McInnis Auditorium.  Although this concert featured dance students of all levels, it contained many solos and duets performed by the seniors.       The first set […]

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SAB’s Coffee House: A look into the event filled with Eastern student performances.

      On Feb. 1, The Student Activities Board (S.A.B.) hosted a coffee house in Jammin’ Java with the theme “Singing through the Ages.” Performers played songs from bands throughout the decades, such as Bob Dylan and Journey, as well as some originals too.       Krista Barnett, […]