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Eric McCloy: The Man Behind The Emails
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Eric McCloy: The Man Behind The Emails

      “Did you see Eric McCloy’s latest email?” If you hear EU students and faculty discussing the latest campus-wide email from Chief Information Officer Eric McCloy,  it is not because they are bemoaning a Wi-fi shortage or shocked at a recent phishing scam. Rather, Eric McCloy’s emails are […]

College Traditions: More than Just Academics
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College Traditions: More than Just Academics

      As a new semester starts, students begin settling into their routines. While at Eastern, the beginning of the semester is fairly tame, at other schools around the country, strange things are happening. Students peeing on statues of prominent figures, nailing their shoes to trees, and hunting for […]

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Talent and Career Development: Handshake Program Launch

       As I sat down to interview with Sarah Todd and Joanna Craig about the new job finding website Handshake, their excitement was palpable. “We’ve been prepping for a baby!” Todd jokes, “And next week is the due date!” The Handshake launch has been in the works since […]

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“Wayne Open Late”: Later Business Hours, Refreshments, Sales, and More

Wayne is a quaint and lovely town that is known for its historic Quaker origins, beautiful architecture, sightseeing, shopping, and dining experiences. Eastern University students tend to flock there in their free time, enjoying the scenery and getting some good ice cream at the Wayne Coffee and Ice Cream Bar. […]

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The Call To Serve: Musings From An RA

A new semester begins. It will be my third year as a student at Eastern, but it will be my first as a resident assistant, or “RA” as it is usually called. Two years ago to the day, I moved into Sparrowk Hall as a freshman. I was scared. I […]

Eastern Alumna, Lara Owlett, was nominated for PA teacher of the year.
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Alumna Lara Owlett Nominated For Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year Award

Education is a foundational, yet significantly undervalued, pillar of society that ought to form young people into excellent citizens, leaders, and most crucially, excellent human beings. Teachers and professors are integral to creating a school environment that encourages not only memorization of the facts and figures, but also virtue and […]

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Staying in Touch During Summer

      Reflecting on my first year here at Eastern, I realize I have had some of the best experiences of my life since coming to school here. I have been so fortunate to have built relationships with amazing professors who truly care about not only my academic skills […]

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Reflections on the Paideia Fellowship

      The Paideia Fellowship brings together humanities students and professors from Villanova University, the University of Pennsylvania, Swarthmore College, Bryn Mawr College and the Templeton Honors College to participate in an ongoing conversation regarding the study of the humanities as a discipline. We frequently meet for meals followed […]

Eastern University’s Enactus team.
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EU’s Enactus Team Wins Regionals

      Eastern University’s Enactus team, a business club focused on entrepreneurial action in the school and local community, recently won their regional competition. This competition is a nationwide event at which Enactus teams from colleges showcase their community outreach efforts. Our Enactus team participated this year in a […]

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Welcoming Russian Literature Professor Dr. Galina Yermolenko

      Some of the best, most beautiful and most bizarre literature has come out of Russia–from Alexander Pushkin’s spirited tales, to Dostoyevsky’s philosophically-rich works, to Gogol’s bafflingly absurd stories.       This semester, Eastern students had the chance to study these and other works of Russian literature […]