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Valentine’s Day Traditions: Inside interviews with Eastern students about how they spend Valentine’s Day, whether they are in a relationship or single.

      Valentine’s Day typically gets two different responses. Some people adore everything about the holiday: the gift exchanges, the proclamations of love and the extra appreciation. Others are not fans of Valentine’s Day, seeing it as an unnecessary excuse to spend money or an opportunity for businesses to […]

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People of Eastern: Nicole Koefler

      “I decided to come to Eastern because it was the only school where I felt at home and where I felt I could grow in my faith. In my mind, it was the only option for me” Koefler stated. She first heard about Eastern at a college […]

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Introduction to Mass Media Communication: Sophmore, Courtney Schrom, shares her reasons for why Introduction to Communications: Mass Media is her favorite class at Eastern.

      Introduction to Communication: Mass Media (COMM 105), is taught by Dr. Susannah McMonagle, or what her students call her, Dr. Mac. Dr. Mac got her B.A. in Communication Studies from Eastern University and then went on to get her M.A. in Strategic Communication at Villanova University. From […]

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Student, Abigail Stevens, Receives a Research Prize: Abigail Stevens shares about her research on housing for returning citizens and the reasons for her interest in the topic.

      Abigail Stevens is a senior Economic Development major at Eastern University, who has recently been granted a Research Prize from the Center for Public Justice because of her research on housing for returning citizens in Philadelphia. The grant is offered specifically to students from Christian universities and […]

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Meet Communications Professor, Dr.Jung: Inside how K-pop became a career for this new addition to the Eastern faculty.

      In the fall of 2018, Eastern welcomed a new faculty member to the Communications Department: full-time tenured-track assistant professor Dr. Hyeri Jung. This fall is the third semester Dr. Jung has taught at Eastern, but she also taught in Korea as well as served as a Teaching […]

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People of Eastern: Isaiah Martin

      Isaiah Martin is a first year student here at Eastern and he is already making his mark. Isaiah wears many hats here on campus where he is the Marketing Chair of the Student Activities Board, Co-President of the Gospel Revival and Class Secretary of the Student Government […]

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Explore Eastern Weekend

      In Jan. Explore Eastern happened on campus. “Explore Eastern Weekend is an opportunity for prospective students to experience campus life and student life for a weekend,” Beth Pass, Associate Director of Visitation and Admissions Counselor said. I spoke with her nearly two weeks after the exciting event […]

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Becoming a Waltonian Editor or Writer

      Do you enjoy reading The Waltonian? Are you a passionate writer? Do you like working with people and getting information out to the public? If so, maybe you want to consider working for The Waltonian! There are two ways you could be a part of The Waltonian. […]

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Meet Dr. Eric Flett, a Theology and Biblical Studies Professor

      Dr. Eric Flett is a professor in the Theology and Biblical Studies Department here on campus. When asked what brought him to theology he explained, “The experiences I had growing up, for some reason drew up some religious questions. My parents took my brother and I to […]

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A ‘100 Days Until Tassels Turn’ Reflection

      Recently, Eastern University celebrated 100 days until tassels turn (regarding the spring graduation of the class of 2019). For many seniors, they will be starting one of the first of many jobs they will have in their lifetime. For others, either due to a love of learning […]