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The Most Influential Women in Dance History: An opinion piece on the two most influential women in the world of dance.
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The Most Influential Women in Dance History: An opinion piece on the two most influential women in the world of dance.

Martha Graham is a name that radiates legacy in the dance world, even to this day. Despite the many influential women in dance, Graham will always be the most prominent in my eyes. Graham was announced “Dancer of the Century” by TIME magazine and a female “Icon of the Century” […]

Creating Her Own Path: A feature on Eastern’s first theatre graduate.
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Creating Her Own Path: A feature on Eastern’s first theatre graduate.

Abigail Pardocchi, a senior Theatre major, will be the first to graduate Eastern University in the newly developed major. The aspiring actress has fought long and hard to be the first theatre graduate from the university and plans on chasing her dreams after graduation this May. Pardocchi found her love […]

The Art of “The Joshua Tree”: Insight on the career-defining album that made U2 the biggest band in  America.
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The Art of “The Joshua Tree”: Insight on the career-defining album that made U2 the biggest band in America.

Long before U2 put an album in your iTunes account in 2014, they were the biggest band in America. “The Joshua Tree” has lived on as one of their greatest accomplishments as the songs feel just as relevant today as they did 34 years ago. The album opens with a […]

The Benefits of Music While Studying: A look at how music affects a student’s studying habits.
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The Benefits of Music While Studying: A look at how music affects a student’s studying habits.

Walking through Warner library, besides the focused studying students, there is one common theme that most in the library tend to have. Earbuds. Now, earbuds can play a multitude of roles in helping students study, but the most common use is for music. For me personally, I find it almost […]

Book Highlight: “The Miracles of the Namiya General Store.”
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Book Highlight: “The Miracles of the Namiya General Store.”

This year has had many of us wishing we could time travel to a time where the pandemic doesn’t exist—all of the stress, trouble and loss would be gone with it. Maybe that’s a bit extreme, but there have certainly been times this past year where we could have all […]

Arts Online and In Quarantine: A look at virtual art events for the spring season.
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Arts Online and In Quarantine: A look at virtual art events for the spring season.

As we approach a year of COVID-19 and quarantine, it has become more and more difficult to find ways to keep ourselves entertained; however, many businesses and organizations have adapted to virtual platforms. This time in the semester, students are probably itching to get out and do something, but don’t […]

The Art of Taking Walks: Insight on being surrounded my nature.
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The Art of Taking Walks: Insight on being surrounded my nature.

For as long as I can remember, I have always appreciated taking walks. Long walks, short walks, walks with others, walks by myself, it doesn’t matter. Perhaps it’s because, when I was really young, probably around 4 or 5, I began going on walks with my grandmother and my great-grandmother, […]

“Nomadland”: A book spotlight on the new American dream.
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“Nomadland”: A book spotlight on the new American dream.

In an age of social media and constantly being surrounded by technology, it’s almost impossible to imagine living a quiet and low-key life. It’s almost admirable that people actually live the lifestyle nomads do. “Nomadland” is a partly-tragic and partly-uplifting look into the lives of nomads who take their mobile […]

Tartuffe in Quarantine: A look into how the Theatre Department is still performing through Zoom.
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Tartuffe in Quarantine: A look into how the Theatre Department is still performing through Zoom.

There is no surprise that theaters all over the world have had to adapt there 2020 and 2021 seasons. Eastern’s Theatre Department is no different as they put on a popular French comedy written by Molière. “Tartuffe” was written in the 1600s and focuses on religious hypocrisy as well as […]

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Celebrating Female and Queer Artists: A feature on one of Eastern’s very own.

Senior Krista Antenucci discovered her passion for music at a very young age. She began taking piano lessons at the age of five and then traded in piano for trumpet lessons in fourth grade. Antenucci is a music composition major, her goal is to become a composer and to form […]