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Inventive Uses for Your Halloween Candy

It’s spooky season once again, and that means candy. Whether you’re trick-or-treating or taking advantage of those day-after bargains, there may come a point when chowing down on one more candy bar no longer seems so appetizing. But don’t worry— here are six things to do with all those leftovers! […]

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An Open Letter to a Beloved Group of Co-Workers

Dear Work-Study family, Hey fam!    How are we doing? All summer I waited patiently to be back in the offi ce, and I couldn’t be happier to be sitting in the ugly black chair behind the desk. I found our department freshman year after searching for internships, and I […]

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A FastPass Summer: Are the online summer classes worth your time?

This summer marked the first year of Eastern University’s new summer learning program called FastPass. Through FastPass, students are able to take two online summer courses each year they are enrolled as an undergraduate student. Both classes are free of charge. Students only need to pay for their books and […]

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The ins and outs of Registration: Although registering for classes may seem stressful, this information can help alleviate any questions you may have!

Although registering for classes can be an exciting time, it is also a source of many worries for students, but there are some ways to stay informed about the process to have a seamless a process as possible.  Registration is the three-step process. Said to be similar to online shopping, […]

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The Importance of Speaking at the Solidarity Stand: Queer ally reflects on speaking up for his friends in the LGBT+ community during Refuge’s last event of Solidarity Week.

      Last month, students came together to celebrate our queer christian community here at Eastern University. Each day of Solidarity Week, Refuge, Eastern’s student-run club advocating for LGBT+ issues, ran events to celebrate the community, but also to bring light to issues and injustices they and many others face. […]

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The Diversity of Easter Traditions: Students at Eastern share about how they celebrate Easter each year with their families.

      Originally, Easter was a celebration of the Vernal Equinox and was based on the German pagan goddess, Eostre. Her animal was a rabbit and her symbol was an egg. Eostre was seen as the goddesses of rebirth and new beginnings, so it would make sense that the […]

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People of Eastern: Dr. Caren Lambert

      The world and writing of Flannery O’Connor revolves around seeing, and Dr. Caren Lambert’s experience teaching O’Connor has certainly affected how she sees the world. Dr. Lambert came to study O’Connor through her scrutiny of Southern literature. O’Connor can be approached from two very different angles, Dr. Lambert […]

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Step into the Tank: Enactus’ Eighth Annual Shark Tank Event

      Eastern’s Enactus geared up for another Shark Tank Event on Thursday, April 4. Based on the hit show Shark Tank on ABC, Eastern students pitched their business ideas to a panel of professionals with a chance to win up to $1,000. The contestants ranged from a high school student […]

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Inside the 2019-2020 RA Bonding Retreat: On April 14, returning RAs and new faces to staffs gathered to spend quality time together before their official position of RA starts next fall

      On April 14, I spent the day getting to know and bonding with the new 2019-2020 Resident Life Staff. Although the bonding, located at a Resident Director’s friend’s house in Devon, Pennsylvania, started at 3 p.m., myself along with junior and fellow Eagle Hall RA Bryan Eltman shopped […]

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Bread Baking For Those In Need: Students gather together to bake bread with President Ronald Matthews during Inauguration week at Eastern.

      Eastern University invited students to celebrate Inauguration week by baking bread alongside one another and President, Ronald Matthews. There were two sessions available for students, with one being open to faculty members.       The volunteers were walked through the process of baking a simple French […]