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Megan Mahoney

Megan Mahoney is one of the most accomplished and ambitious people you will ever meet. She is graduating in May with not one but two degrees: her bachelor’s in English literature and creative writing and her master’s in Arts in Teaching. A Templeton student, she was able to pursue her […]

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Cole Patti

My plan after graduation is to get a part time job while I begin to study for two tests that will allow me to manage a client’s assets and be a financial planner. I have a trade broker company that is sponsoring me to take the tests and work under […]

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Darryl Mackey

I’m Darryl Mackey, the Web Editor for The Waltonian, and I was the Interim Sports Editor for a short time before we found a replacement. I’m a senior Communication Studies major in Digital and Emerging Media with a minor in Marketing. During my time here at Eastern, I didn’t do […]

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Mary Johnson

When asked whether I am prepared to graduate, I simply explain that I have 300 unopened emails and several assignments that currently amount to blank google documents. As I hope and pray that no more emails flood my inbox and that words will magically fill my google document, I do […]

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Breezeway

Easy, Breezy, Beautiful: Breezeway. Breezeway is the underrated underdog of the on campus eateries at Eastern. It’s there when nothing else is, it’s open late and is perfect for satisfying the late night hunger that most college students experience after they accidentally skip dinner due to an overwhelming study session.  […]

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The Dining Commons

While there are multiple places on campus that students choose from, the best, in my opinion, is the Dining Commons. Of course, you might select morning coffee with an easy riser or get a late-night meal, but the Dining Commons provides more, and here’s why. The Dining Commons gives more […]

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Zime

Zime is one of the best places on campus to eat. They offer a wide variety of breakfast and lunch options for students. They have sandwiches, salads, fruit and yogurt parfaits students can grab and go. They offer their own versions of Starbucks drinks for students who are not able […]

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Palmer Theological Seminary: The Root of Eastern University

Trips to the Holy Land, academic forums featuring internationally known scholar-practitioners and ministers, bi-weekly Chapel and Chew, reading the Bible in a year, pastoral alumni care, student leadership, amazing faculty who love and follow Jesus, preparing students for holistic ministry, an individualized advising approach to help with vocational plans, paid […]

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Two Palmer Initiatives Receive Support from the Lilly Endowment

Palmer Theological Seminary recently received a five-year grant totaling $1 million dollars to fund two key efforts supporting clergy leaders in the church and community—the Alumni Care Initiative, and soon-to-be launched Center for Care, Vitality, & Formation. The funds will help expand existing activities and create new opportunities to serve […]

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The Positive Impact of Palmer

Faith, reason, and justice are integral values that continue to remain with me as a theologian and pastor. I was introduced to those values as an undergraduate in 2003. I describe my four years at Eastern as an intellectual and spiritual discovery, for I began to understand the connection between […]