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Around the World: Jamaican Minister seeks to educate youth about the workplace.

      According to the Minister of Labour and Social Security, Hon. Shahine Robinson in Jamaica, the Electronic Labour Exchange (ELE) have been positively making an impact in the lives of young people who are seeking employment. It provides multiple resources to young people who are searching for employment […]

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Chapel and the Book of Malachi: Inside the chapel service hosted by Dr. Peter Enns.

      On Oct. 3rd, students, faculty, and guests of Eastern gathered in the gym to celebrate weekly chapel together.       The university Chaplain, Dr. Joseph Modica introduced the question he wanted us to ponder that morning.       “Does God’s word still matter today?” Dr. […]

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Windows on the World: A look at how Eastern’s motto changed Garlock’s life.

      On Friday September 28, David Garlock who is a former student of Eastern came to speak at the Windows on the World event. His speech centered around his life story framed through the University’s motto of “Faith, Reason, and Justice.” He began with how this motto interacted […]

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Eastern State Penitentiary’s Terror Behind the Walls: eparated from your friends, surrounded by monsters– this is the experience of one of the largest haunted houses of the tristate area.

      For many years, Eastern students have been visiting Eastern State Penitentiary to get themselves into the spirit of Halloween. The large inclination audiences have is that Eastern State Penitentiary is known for its paranormal activity. The Penitentiary, a National Historic Landmark, was first established in 1829 and […]

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Around the World: Mexico. Citizens fight for aid one year after a destructive earthquake.

      About one year ago, Mexico was hit with a cataclysmic earthquake. Despite a considerable amount of time passing, some areas in Mexico still remain in critical condition after the impact of the 8.2 magnitude earthquake. Many families who were affected by this natural disaster are still waiting […]

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Inside the E.N.D.U.R.E Program

      The E.N.D.U.R.E. mentorship program at Eastern University works to create relationships between students of color and Christian mentors such as alumni, faculty or staff at the college. Each week, students will meet with their mentors to discuss their goals for the semester, academic or otherwise. E.N.D.U.R.E believes […]

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Windows on the World: A look into mass incarceration.

      September 7th marked the first Friday of the Windows on the World series. Guest speaker Reverend Dominique DuBois Gilliard spoke on the prison system and the problem with mass incarceration. Having authored the book “Rethinking Incarceration: Advocating for Justice the Restores” as well as several other books, […]

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Bryan Stevenson At Villanova

      Bryan Stevenson, an Eastern alum and author of Just Mercy, spoke at Villanova University on September 14th and discussed the ways people can help improve the justice system in America. Stevenson shared that one way people can help the system was through proximity. He believed that people […]

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Around the World: Hawaii

      Hawaii is suffering from an onslaught of hurricanes and tropical storms. Just last month, Hawaii was hit by Hurricane Lane and over 50 inches of rain was left behind on the Big Island. Hurricane Lane was the second-wettest tropical storm on record in Hawaii surpassing hurricane Hiki […]

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Nursing Lab Moves to McInnis Hall

      Once housed in the ELC, the Nursing Lab is now located in McInnis Hall. Unlike the gray tiles in the hall outside, the tiles in the lab are white, giving the lab the atmosphere of a hospital. Five different rooms occupy this space: two simulation rooms, the […]