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Around The World: Texas

      Hurricane Harvey ran through a large portion of Texas bringing in 47 inches of rain in some areas. Most of the residents experienced flooding and had to evacuate homes, leaving behind almost everything that they could not carry themselves. The flood waters were devastating. The storm led […]

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Protesting in Philadelphia: Advocates for social justice make their voices heard in Center City

      Each faculty member, student, and surrounding residents of the Eastern area bared witness to the eventful year of activism that was 2016. Last year, indigenous Americans and their allies protested the construction of an oil pipeline through their land; women and friends all around the country marched […]

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Inside Faith On The Field: How a radio show turned into an interview with National Football League players

      Faith on the Field Sept. 6 served as a time of worship, football, and laughter. Located on the Olson field at Eastern, the Faith on the Field Show had players from the Philadelphia Eagles speak about their relationship with God on and off the field. Included in […]

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Eastern Among Best Christian Colleges

In recent months, Eastern has been ranked in a few national lists of outstanding Christian colleges and universities based on aesthetics, academics, and various other qualities that make any institution of higher education attractive to prospective students. The most recent list from College Choice named Eastern 34 out of 50 […]

Dr.Kent Sparks Named As Eastern’s Provost
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Dr.Kent Sparks Named As Eastern’s Provost

With the introduction of new staff members across Eastern, faculty and administration acted in the trend by electing a new provost who firmly believes in the school’s ability to grow every year as he did throughout his life. Dr. Kent Sparks was recently elected as Eastern’s new Provost. however, he […]

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Courage To Be An Eastern Eagle

Students have noticed that some cosmetic changes have occurred on campus while they were away for the summer. The majority of the changes have been made by the Eastern marketing team. For one, the previous “Wake up the World” banners that hung off of lamp posts are now displaying variations […]

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The End of an Era Subdivision of Ardrossan Spells End of Farming Era on Main Line

      It’s an exquisite estate. Historic houses and barns are strewn across its 311 acres. Its prize-winning cattle and horses still roam the land. This is the Ardrossan Farm in the heart of Radnor Township. After over 100 years of operations, this icon of the Main Line is […]

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Tensions Rise as Philadelphia’s Status as Sanctuary City Challenged

     On April 21, Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney received a letter from Alan Hanson, Acting Assistant Attorney General, urging him to enforce federal immigration laws and orders within the sanctuary city.       Philadelphia is a sanctuary city, meaning that it is a central hub for undocumented immigrants. […]

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Philadelphia Museum Of Art Undergoing Massive Expansion and Renovation

      On March 30, the Philadelphia Museum of Art announced they are undergoing a $196-million expansion. Home to over 240,000 pieces of artwork and the cinematically-famous Rocky steps, the Philadelphia Museum of Art attracts visitors from around the world. It is an internationally-known landmark. Recently, the museum began […]

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Templeton Welcomes Dr.Brian Williams As New Dean

      The students and faculty at Templeton Honors College are excited for the arrival of their new dean, Dr. Brian Williams. Williams is highly qualified for the position, with a diverse portfolio of academic experience in his background. After completing his undergraduate work in the United States, Williams […]