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Dr. Steven Ford Elected As New Music Head

      Eastern University is proud to introduce Dr. Steven Ford as the new head of the music department, which is seeing new and exciting changes in its program. Dr. Ford comes with much experience within the professional world of music production and is happy to pass on his […]

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Spring Music Festival

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Watching Older Films in The Age of #MeToo

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Movie Review: Ready Player One

      Steven Spielberg has directed some of the greatest and most well known pieces of cinema in American film history. Amongst his body of work is Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Jurassic Park, Saving Private Ryan and Minority Report. Every film Spielberg has ever […]

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Performing Arts Living Room

     The Performing Arts Living Room is an annual event at Eastern University, which allows Eastern students to write, direct, and act in their own plays. While the event occurs every year, it does not always garner a lot of attention. I hope to see a lot of people […]

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Too Many Sequels and Remakes?

      Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” arrives in theatres this April, and Marvel fans and cinema fanatics alike cannot wait to see what happens in this next chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This film’s release did not become a worldwide sensation overnight. For ten years the Marvel Cinematic […]

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Mezzo-Soprano, Julia Mintzer comes to EU

      The Tri-County Concert Association has been hosting concerts for 77 years now, most recently a concert featuring Mezzo-Soprano Julia Mintzer. This association was founded in 1941, when two sisters, Ellen Windsor and Rebecca Windsor Evans sponsored a performance of the Curtis String Quartet at Radnor Junior High […]

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The Art of Identity

      Every human being is an artist, because we are all creations and sub creators. One of the ways we, as humans, sub create is the way we shape our identity. How we define ourselves is an art. Every person has their own unique way of displaying themselves. […]

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Isle of Dogs: A Review of Wes Anderson’s Newest Film

      Those who know the work of Wes Anderson know that no films are identical to his. His humour, dialogue and storylines are so refreshing in contrast to other typical Hollywood movies; the word unique seems too insufficient to describe his artistry. For those unfamiliar with Anderson, he […]

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A Book Review: New Copernicans, Millennials, and the Church

      John Seel, in his newly published book, The New Copernicans: Millennials and the Survival of the Church, sets out to give a voice to young Christians who are trying to make sense of the world around them. As stated in the title of this book, these young […]