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Restaurant Review- Minella’s Diner

There is nothing like the classic American diner. Minella’s Diner in Wayne, PA is proof of this. Minella’s reminiscent of the diners of the 1960s, and yet, provides a modern setting. It is open 24 hours a day, making it a spot that many college and night shift workers stop […]

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The Spotlight: Alyssa Cronauer

Eastern junoir, communication  studies major Cronauer  loves to snowboard like  White…just for  fun. WALTONIAN: What sport are you most looking forward to watching and why? Alyssa: Snowboarding for sure, both because I snowboard and because those events are high-paced and high-risk!   WALT: Shaun white won’t be competing in slope-  […]

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Top Contenders, Back for Gold

Will these Olympic medalists bring home the gold for team US?   Meryl Davis and Charlie White: Figure Skating Davis and White have been skating together since 1997, making the pair the longest-running ice dance team from the US. In 2010, the pair took home an Olympic silver medal and […]

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Securing Sochi

Like other Olympic games, security threats are always high, and in this post-9/11 world, the United States becomes increasingly concerned about terrorist activity, especially in the volatile location of Sochi, Russia. As the 2014 Winter Olympic festivities kicked off in Sochi, the U.S. aired their specific concerns with terrorist group […]

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Now Introducing… New Olympic Sports

The 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia will feature some new events and quite a few gold medal hope- fuls. Ski Slopestyle: This longtime X Games staple is making its Olympic debut in Sochi. Skiers must navigate, flipping and leaping, over an adrenaline- packed course of waist-high barriers and […]

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Welcome to Sochi!

Every two years since 1924, around the same time, the winter Olympic Games are held in a large inter- national city. Everyone around the world has Olympic fever. We anticipate the majesty of the opening cere- monies, the diversity of winter events, the athlete’s cra- zy uniforms, and of course, […]

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While You Were Away…

While we were sleeping away our winter breaks, Eastern was hard at work making some necessary updates to our beautiful campus. Check out some of these changes and how they may affect you.   Updated Dining Commons:  Over holiday vacation, Sodexo was hard at work making updates to our outdated […]

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The Spotlight: Katie Haring

Although she’s allergic to certain types of glitter, Katie Haring, the Chair of Eastern’s Student Activities Board, probably doesn’t mind if a speckle here and there made its way to any events she’s throwing. The Waltonian spoke with the Psychology major, with minors in Management and Marketing, about SAB and […]

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New Year Sparks Change for Christians

Why does the New Year spark this excitement for change and new possibilities? Right now, some people are in the process of trying to fulfill their New Year resolutions. The New Year seems to provide an opening for new beginnings. New beginnings can inspire a person to improve themselves. This […]

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Looking Back a Decade: A Glance at The Waltonian in ’04

A New Year means new resolutions and goals; it also means reflecting on the past to see how much one has changed over the years. In honor of the turn of the year, The Waltonian dug through the archives of past issues to discover where it was ten years ago, […]