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Presidential candidates debate Iraq, Homeland Security

The first of three presidential debates for the 2004 election took place on September 29 at 9 p.m. at the University of Miami Convention Center in Coral Gables, Florida. The debate was led by PBS anchor Jim Lehrer. Before the debate began, Lehrer laid out rules to the audience regarding […]

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INQUIRING MINDS: Complaining is not a workload solution

The semester is finally in full swing-papers are piling up, reading deadlines are fast approaching and midterms are right around the corner. The worst part is that the year does not get any less busy. Extracurricular involvment and the tuition that forces many of us to get paying jobs only […]

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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Waltonian photographer, Amy Petrilla, captures a scene during a campus flood about two weeks ago

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Professors voice opinions about theft

In light of the recent bumper sticker theft, what shines from the professors who owned the stickers are various beams of opinion regarding the motive. Dr. Wendy Mercier, Dr. Kathy Lee and Mark Hallen all found their political bumper stickers stripped from their doors on September 22. “Theft should be […]

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Nature path redone by Eastern athletes

Men’s basketball and cheerleaders make an ‘assist’ off court

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More homecoming coverage

Alumni honored, share memories-by Ruth Robinson, Staff Writer Memories, achievements and change were all honored at the homecoming alumni luncheon on Saturday. Relationships were the focus of many alumni memories. “It’s nice to come back and see people,” said Kathy Furlong ’94. “The best part of my college experience was […]

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INQUIRING MINDS: Keeping college community takes guts

This campus is full of bold, action-taking students, as the Waltonian has taken note of in its last two issues. We have future Olympic athletes, national news reporters, patriotic heroes and Broadway stars. But what has impressed the editorial staff the most about this community is the community itself. Within […]

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Weight room receives new gym equipment, installs cable TVs

The weight room in the recreation gym has recently installed new equipment at the request of the students. The SGA and Dr. Black helped to fund the project. According to coach and weight room supervisor Matt Nadelhoffer, SGA gave $6,000 and Dr. Black matched that amount. He credits Bettie Ann […]

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Student to start first ever pre-law club

The American legal system is more than just Atticus Finch or Law & Order, and students will have a chance to learn all about it when Eastern gets its very first pre-law club later this year. Junior communication studies major Adrienne Cleveland has begun the process of getting approval and […]

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Former bartender paints observations

“The four horsemen of the apocalypse walk into a bar…” What sounds like the beginning of a joke is actually the inspiration behind artist Marcy Abhau’s “Behind Bars.” The series of paintings reflect experiences she had as a bartender while attending art school. “I wanted to paint all the people […]