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Around the World: Florida Spacecraft launches to unknown destination

      Sunday Jan. 7, the SpaceX program began the new year by launching a rocket. During the webcast of the launch, it seemed as if every aspect had gone successfully. The second stage of the rocket seemed to head toward orbit, and in the process the booster safety […]

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Wayne Avenue to be Closed: Weekly Closure Could Impact Student Driver

      Current reports are circulating that a portion of Wayne Avenue of Radnor Township will be closing for a stretch of time. Starting Jan. 16, there was a detour placed as construction installations began. They are expected to continue until late March. Each weekday the road will be […]

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Eastern Students Brace For A Cold Winter

        Though we do not all go to chapel, and we may not all cheer on our Eastern Eagles at sports games, Eastern University’s students have shared in an act we have found all too familiar and unwanted– bracing for the cold. This Jan. temperatures have remained […]

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Inside The Women’s March: Philadelphia People Come Together to March for a Second Year

      Waking up at 7 a.m., driving to a train station, and taking two trains into Philadelphia — this is just one day of preparation for the 2018 Women’s March. Many Eastern students from Students Advocating for Gender Equality (SAGE), Political Activism Club (PAC), and many other sects […]

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All Around The World: Iraqi border

Last month, a powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.3 struck at 21:18 local time near the Iraqi border, killing more than 500 people and injuring thousands, making this the world’s deadliest earthquake so far this year. The quake was so intense that it could be felt as far […]

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Racial Slur Incidents at Cabrini

Many of the residents at Eastern University might not know about the events that took place a few months ago at our neighboring school, Cabrini’s campus. According to local NBC, on Sept. 18, a female freshman, Sennia Vann, was returning from a family outing when she realized that her dorm […]

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Eastern’s Multicultural Night

Each community can be different in terms of diversity. Eastern has its small community of diverse people who, personally, I do not think get enough attention. Students love to showcase all the different things, people, and cultures we have on campus, and I think Hosea 4:6’s Multicultural Night was a […]

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Homelessness and Awareness: A look into YACHT’s H.A.H.A week

Over the week of Nov. 13-17, one of Eastern’s largest campus ministries, Youth Against Complacency and Homelessness Today (YACHT) hosted their annual Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week (H.A.H.A). They began this week by gathering in HHC to show the documentary “Lost Angels – Skid Row Is My Home.” Of this […]

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Around the World: Catalonia demands Independence from Spain

      Europe is faced with a growing geopolitical crisis as tensions rise over the Catalan independence referendum. The northeastern region of Catalonia in Spain has enjoyed limited autonomy for much of its history. While the country remained under strict control during the Francoist period between 1935 and 1975, […]

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Windows on Vulnerable Missions

       Dr. Jim Harries, chairman of “The Alliance for Vulnerable Mission,” (AMV) shared about his missionary work in a Windows on the World lecture on Friday, Nov. 3. Harries began his talk by explaining what he does in the mission field.       “For ministry, essentially, I […]