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Walton family member comes home, visits Eastern

Eileen Korman, known by the Eastern community for greeting people who enter the Dining Commons and swiping their E-cards with a smile, was recently given an opportunity to speak with a piece of Eastern history. A few weeks ago during a Sunday lunch, Korman had the privilege of meeting with […]

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Gere, Lopez strut stuff in romance release Shall We Dance

“You step. I turn. You look at me. I start to tremble visibly. We move together wordlessly. The dance, the dance of love spins on. Timeless.” This is an example of the poetic lines in Shall We Dance. This movie takes leading man, Richard Gere, down a path to self-revelation […]

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Preview: Dewitched book educates Christian youth about the occult, Wicca

Tim Baker’s newly-released book Dewitched seeks to educate Christian youth about Wicca, witchcraft and Satanism. “It is important for Christians to be equipped with the truth,” Baker said in a recent press release. “We must constantly be on guard and evaluate everything we take into our souls.” Wicca is one […]

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Recycled ink cartridges fund programs in Africa

To trash an empty ink cartridge is to waste a valuable item. These products are intricately made and contain very costly parts. There is another, more productive way to get rid of used ink cartridges. Dr. Mike Mtika, sociology professor, is Eastern University’s advocate for Tzomma Shoffa, a program that […]

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Jammin’ Java hosts new student jazz sessions on Thursday nights

On Thursday nights, the Jammin’ Java is host to live music acts from on campus and the surrounding area. Individuals and groups come forth to share their talents with anyone who will listen. Performances are usually soft rock or singing accompanied by instrumentals – music to fit the study atmosphere. […]

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Habitat for Humanity lends Norristown a helping hand

Helping out in the community has always been a goal of Eastern, and the goal of student-led ministries on campus. Habitat for Humanity is no different. Through the work of some ambitious and hard-working students, many on campus will have even more opportunities to do their part in the community. […]

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INQUIRING MINDS: Ghost of Walton invades Waltonian office

It was a dusk-like night with a slight drizzle, and we editors were off our heads with fright as we started layout for the next issue of The Waltonian. With eyes tearing up and crossed from prolonged screen vision atrophy, we looked at the empty pages in endless blank stares-the […]

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Better Saved! than sorry! or Don’t bother getting Saved!? Writers Sara Parisi and Rebekah Henson offer different opinions on the controversial movie recently released on DVD

Synopsis: Saved!, the controversial new movie recently released on DVD and video, is a satire that exaggerates the common absurdities in Christianity, from an outsiders perspective. Directed by Brian Dannelly, Saved! stars Macaulay Culkin, Mandy Moore and Jena Malone. The movie is about a peer group’s journey to figure out […]

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Students encouraged to get involved

Black, Lee discuss upcoming election, war on Iraq

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Local artist shares inspiration, perception in McInnis

Decades prior to showcasing his work at Eastern, Kevin P. Lewellen was faced with a pivotal decision. He had to choose between a “Billy Blast-off” action figure and a “Visible Man” anatomy set. Lewellen chose the anatomical man, a choice that would lead him into a career of artistry. Lewellen’s […]