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Black History Month: Check out the accomplishments of these 10 Black figures throughout history!

Black History Month is a time to reflect on the past but also a time to honor the individuals of the African American community who have made significant accomplishments that are often overlooked. Keep reading to discover ten African American legacies whose names are often left out of history books […]

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Valentine’s Day at the Library: Warner Library hosted a handful of fun events for the holiday!

For Valentine’s Day, Warner Library hosted several on campus Valentine’s events: a movie display, a staff and faculty Valentine’s card board, and a blind date with a book.  The event I was most excited for was by far the blind date with a book; after seeing the rise of book […]

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The History of Spring Break: A look back into the history of Spring Break as the future looms uncertain.

The concept of spring break began in the mid-1930s, when swimming coach, Sam Ingram, from Colgate University from Upstate New York decided to take his team down to Fort Lauderdale for some early training. The idea quickly became popular with other college swim coaches and soon the spring training migration […]

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The Super Bowl as Community: In America, Super Bowl Sunday is more than just a sports event.

The Super Bowl not as a sporting event but as a source of community. You can take this a bunch of different ways, but I was inspired by the Super Bowls of my childhood, where my dad made chicken wings, which I loved, and I read my book on the […]

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Happy Lunar New Year!: On Feb. 1, 2022, it officially became the Year of the Tiger.

Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival, is a holiday that often marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring. It’s often associated with Asian cultures, many of whom have traditionally used a lunar calendar to pass time rather than the solar […]

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Film-Making Club: Joseph Yeh explains the club he’s starting at Eastern.

So you want to be a filmmaker.  Come and support Eastern University’s new Filmmaking Club.  The aim of the club will be to produce films.  At the end of each semester, we will present a show that will be open to the public and only members will be allowed to […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day!: Fun ways to celebrate, no matter who you’re with.

In the words of George MacDonald, “It is by loving, and not by being loved, that one can come nearest the soul of another.” Whether you are in a romantic relationship or single, MacDonald’s quote rings true for every type of love that one shares with another. As Valentine’s Day […]

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Club Spotlight: Clubs are returning to in-person meetings.

Throughout the month of January, clubs were no longer allowed to meet in-person on Eastern’s campus. At first, the moratorium on in-person events was only meant to last the first week; however, it was quickly extended twice more through communications sent to club leaders.  As of Jan. 31, clubs are […]

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Inklings is Open to Submissions: Eastern’s Literary Magazine is accepting submissions from now until March 25.

Many people dream of becoming a published author, but they don’t know where to start. Others might just be looking for a home for a piece of artwork, photography, or a written work. And some people might just be looking for a challenge. If that sounds like you, you should […]

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Aaron Cox’s Fundraiser: Enactus is organizing a fundraiser to support the purchase of a new wheelchair for Aaron Cox.

If you’re at a sports game, whether cheering in the crowd or playing on a team, you’ve probably seen Aaron Cox enjoying the game. This business administration major hopes to work in the sports industry after he graduates in May, and he loves both playing and watching sports. Before college, […]