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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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Eastern State Penitentary opens, hosts night of fright

Imagine being trapped inside a haunted prison, surrounded by imposing walls nearly forty feet high, disoriented by eerie lights, encircled by zombie guards and tormented by deranged inmates in dark and slimy narrow passageways. Welcome to the Eastern State Penitentiary, home of Terror Behind the Walls, Philly’s own dreaded haunted […]

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Eastern senior plans to go into Holocaust studies

While some people probably cannot even remember the topics of their middle school papers, Renee Meshach’s sixth grade paper on the Holocaust proved to be a turning point in her life. “Ever since then I’ve been really interested in the subject,” said Meshach, now a senior at Eastern. “I just […]

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Hijacked faith calls for quick recovery

Many of us feel that our faith has been stolen, and it’s time to take it back. A misrepresentation of Christianity has taken place. Many people around the world now think Christian faith stands for political commitments that are almost the opposite of its true meaning. How did the faith […]

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HOMECOMING: Eagles beat PAC number two seed Misericordia, 4-1

Friends, family, alumni and pets spread out along Kea hill to cheer Eastern’s men’s soccer team to victory against the number two seed in the PAC, College Misericordia. The final score of 4-1 turned out to be an important victory for the men’s team. “It was huge for us,” said […]

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New program seeks to understand students’ needs

A new small group forum was developed at Eastern with the purpose of listening to the concerns of targeted campus groups in an attempt to be responsive to their needs. The C.A.R.E. groups, which stand for Concerned Active Relationships at Eastern, were developed by Bettie Ann Brigham, vice president for […]