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Windows on the World With Heart of Africa

On Feb. 9, Windows on the World joined forces with the student club, Heart of Africa, in order to make the EU community aware that Africa is not a “single story” of poverty and suffering. A panel made of three Eastern professors, Dr. Joao Monteiro, Dr. Sharon Gramby-Sobukwe, and Dr. […]

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Around the World: Israeli government starts to deport African migrants

On Jan. 4, the Israeli government made the decision to send 37,000 African immigrants out of Israel. Most of these immigrants are from Eritrea and Sudan. According to the government, these migrants came into the country illegally. The government is calling them “infiltrators.” The government believes that many of the […]

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Eastern ranked in top for CSP

Eastern has been ranked among the 25 best colleges for students with Autism. Placing at 21, the ranking comes from College Choice, which is a provider of college and university rankings and resources. College Choice noted Eastern’s effort to effectively bring education to all of their students. “The cornerstone of […]

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Duffett Resigns, Board of Trustees Elects Matthews as New President

Eastern University President Bob Duffett submitted his resignation letter to the Board of Trustees on Jan. 25, effective Feb. 28. This news was shared with the Eastern University community on Feb. 6, via an email from Chairman of the Board, Steven Clemens; he simultaneously announced the new president-elect, music department […]

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Around The World: Philippines Erupting Volcano Impacts Residents.

      Jan. 22 Mount Mayon erupted overhead, rattling the inhabitants of the Philippines. 81,618 villagers who lived near the volcano were evacuated before it was set to erupt. The people were advised beforehand to stay alert and keep clear of the five mile danger zone to ensure safety […]

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Eastern Hosts Mental health Awareness Week

      During the week of Jan. 22 to the 26, there were seven different lectures given in the Baird Library. Each one was about an issue relating to mental health. Each of these lectures were given by a different member of the CCAS or professor of Eastern University. […]

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A Monumental Win: A community of EU fans come together for the Eagles’ first Super Bowl win

      My mom would always say, “Who is going to win the Super Bowl?”       “Anyone but the Cowboys,” I would quickly respond.       This was a common exchange between Eagles’ fans and that of the Cowboys. I grew up thinking that the Eagles […]

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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 […]