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The Waltonion: Trump Suspends U.S. Presidential Campaign for EU Presidency

WASHINGTON, DC — At a campaign stop at Eastern University’s Holy Week chapel, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump announced his plan to run for the Eastern University presidency after suspending his own campaign for the U.S. Presidency. Trump excited students during the hour-long service in which he introduced his new […]

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The Waltonion: Eastern Mobilizes Task Force to Remove Rogue Robins

ST. DAVIDS, PA — Robins. These little bundles of feathers have been appearing all over campus since the start of spring. Up until now they have meant us no harm, but recently they have started to fly inside and overpopulate the many buildings on campus. Some of the more shocking […]

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EU’s Unsung Hereos: Public Safety/Plant Operations

Public Safety Ryan: I know that the security officers do a lot – you run the shuttle, and I often see officers patrolling campus. Can you tell me more about security’s role? Jim: The shuttle is a big part of it. We get about 100 calls a day, and 60 […]

EU’s Unsung Hereos: Administrative Assistants
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EU’s Unsung Hereos: Administrative Assistants

If you have ever scheduled an appointment with a professor, or if you have ever had a meeting on the third floor of Walton, you have probably interacted with the administrative assistants. You may know one – or several – of the admin assistants. When you call a department to […]

EU’s Unsung Hereos: Librarians
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EU’s Unsung Hereos: Librarians

This place is a place of respite,” Joy Dlugosz, the Librarian for Public Services at Warner Library, says with a small smile. “Students come here for refuge, they come here for peace, they come here to study.” If you’ve walked into EU’s library, Joy’s sentiments ring true – aside from […]

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The Eastern Book-It List

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Humans of EU: Faith Edition

Higher Ed: A Year In Review Race, Campus Culture and a Confident Pluralism
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Higher Ed: A Year In Review Race, Campus Culture and a Confident Pluralism

Colleges and universities have long been considered hotbeds of social activism, to the exultation of some and the frustration of others. Social movements often find support amidst college students — fledgling civic members who are spending hours upon hours learning to understand America’s history and politics. So it comes as […]

Christian Colleges Grapple with Faithful Politics
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Christian Colleges Grapple with Faithful Politics

Colleges and universities have long been considered hotbeds of social activism, to the exultation of some and the frustration of others. Social movements often find support amidst college students — fledgling civic members who are spending hours upon hours learning to understand America’s history and politics. So it comes as […]

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Faith, Reason and Economic Justice

In light of the recent faculty and staff layoffs, recommended by the Organizational Design Task Force and approved by Dr. Duffett, many might be wondering what sort of financial situation our university is really in. Are we really in financial danger? Or in danger of being in danger? Additionally, questions […]