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The Apostle and the Apocalypse

Looking forward to the annual trip to the Holy Land

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For the record

Sophomore Jeff Stoltzfus “Last year at Penn State, I saw these guys who were dressed normally, except with real stuffed deer heads attached to their chests.  It looked like the deer were coming out of their bodies.  They were pulling another guy, dressed up like Santa Claus, behind them in […]

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The perfect place to work

Dr. Lee finds Eastern to benefit him in more ways than one

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Sophomore Nahum Redae “A Penguin. The Penguin and Eagle would coordinate attacks from the air and ground. The Penguin would be referred to as ‘The Belly Penguin’ because it uses its belly to slide wherever it needed to go.” First-year Amanda Cole “A Hummingbird, because they are the opposite of […]

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Face in the Crowd

Alum Michael Krigline serves in China

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  Sophomore Nahum Redae “A Penguin. The Penguin and Eagle would coordinate attacks from the air and ground. The Penguin would be referred to as ‘The Belly Penguin’ because it uses its belly to slide wherever it needed to go.” First-year Amanda Cole “A Hummingbird, because they are the opposite […]

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A journey to Eastern

Chen-McGrew joins faculty

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Next stop, Ireland and Scotland!

Latest Spring Break trip hosted by Dr. Caroline Cherry

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Campus supports Regal Noye in annual walk

Saturday morning, Oct. 2. Walton Hall is abuzz with commotion. Eight-year-old Regal Noye beams as he sneaks over to the microphone to make an announcement: “Everyone please line up. We will begin shortly!” The group gathered in Walton and prepared to embark on a 5K walk around campus in his […]

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Operation Net

Bringing an end to malaria one net at a time