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Celebrating Black History Month

#BLACKLIVESMATTER: The importance of Black Lives Matter and how they honor the lives of the victims, seek justice for them, their families, and the Black community, as a whole. Trayvon Martin. Mya Hall. Mike Brown. Tamir Rice. Sandra Bland. Walter Scott. These are the names that Black Lives Matter (BLM) members […]

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Holidays and Geographical Traditions: Inside how some students spend the holidays where they are from.

A Jew(ish) Christmas: Christmas as a Christian kid in Jewish town. Cherry Hill, New Jersey is a town known for its diners, it’s mall and its synagogues. As one of the few Christians in town, it is not odd that I adopted some of the traditions my Jewish classmates and neighbors […]

Eastern is offering a wide variety of classes to take in the spring, sure to suit the interests of each student.
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Check out These Classes Being Offered in the Upcoming Semester.

Faith and Politics:  This spring semester class is for students interested in social change. Although Spring semester registration has come and gone, many students are left looking for classes to fulfill credit needs or major/minor requirements as classes are often in flux semester to semester. One of the most exciting […]

Meet a zombie widow that haunts the grounds of Bates Motel. She can spook you while you attend.
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Spooky Season is Upon Us: Check out these events nearby to join in on the fall festivities.

Mischief at the Mutter by Kay O’Keeffe The Mutter Museum will be holding its fifth annual Mischief at the Mutter night on October 31, from 6:30 p.m.  to 11:00 p.m. just in time to enjoy some creepy medical anomalies while the air is still static with Halloween energy. The event […]

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Eastern and the Earth: Student reflects how Eastern can better their consumption of plastic.

      Eastern has made several adjustments to help preserve the earth over the years. The most impactful thing they have done has been their implementation of wind energy. Our campus is solely run on wind energy, which helps to protect the earth from harmful pollution. However, there are […]

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Hope for Tomorrow Because of Change Today: Student reflects on her efforts on becoming more eco-friendly.

      Human impact has degraded the planet to a point of crisis. According to the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, the levels of CO2 in the atmosphere right now are higher than any point during the 3 million years the study covered. The International Panel on Climate […]

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A Spring Break to Remember: A Math-Filled Spring Break

      Over spring break, the Faculty of Eastern are still on campus. Eric McCloy, our wonderful Chief Information Officer (CIO), was here, working hard, as we were relaxing.       “I did a lot of math,” McCloy said.       He spent most of Spring Break […]

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A Spring Break to Remember: Rhode Island and Friends

      You get comfortable after four years. The same food. The same classrooms. The same dorms. Over the course of my time at Eastern, while I have changed quite a lot (hopefully for the better), the backdrop to my college career has been static. One of the biggest […]

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A Spring Break to Remember: Taking on the Big Apple

      Spring break has always been a time of discovery and renewal. For some, it is a time of rest, for others a time of adventure. Spring break means something different for everyone; no one option can be considered right or wrong.       For sophomore Cody […]

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A Spring Break to Remember: Spring Break as a Professor

I interviewed Professor Lucas Stromberg on what he did during Spring Break. He went up to Schenectady, New York, where his twin brother Matt is the rector of St. George’s Episcopal Church. He arrived in New York with his wife, Laura and his mother to visit Matt and his family, which […]