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Tony Campolo corrects article on homosexuality

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Things you should know about H1N1

Over one million people in the US have had H1N1 already in 2009.  Is H1N1 more dangerous than the usual flu virus? H1N1 is not more harmful than the typical flu virus. The number of hospitalizations and deaths caused by H1N1 are actually lower than the number caused by the […]

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Dr. Jack Bower returns

Business students with Dr. Jack Bower on their original schedules were surprised on the first day of classes to learn that the assistant professor of accounting was lying in a coma at the hospital. Bower, who started convulsing during a doctor’s visit on Aug. 24, was in the coma for […]

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The Journey of Jonsen from Johnson & Johnson

Accounting professor Rick Jonsen believes that it is “God’s timing” that brought him to Eastern from the huge multinational company Johnson & Johnson, where he worked from 1997 until 2009. Recently, Jonsen and his wife transferred from California to New Jersey for his post as the Director of Talent Acquisition […]

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Campolos oppose in homosexuality debate

The Warner Library atrium was filled to capacity when Dr. Tony Campolo and his wife Peggy came to debate the controversial topic of homosexuality. The event was sponsored by Refuge, Eastern’s gay-straight alliance. The room buzzed with anticipation as junior Elise Yarnell and Abby De Silva, co-presidents of Refuge, introduced […]

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Class projects simplified thanks to library

AP Images Eastern students and faculty now have access to 5 million copyright-free images on the AP Images database.  The images on this database will not have distracting watermarks and can be enlarged without looking grainy.  Specific searches by color, subject and other categories are possible, and the images can […]

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Security Report

from the desk of Jim Magee, Director of Security

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Eastern in the City closed

“After three years of serving students and shaping leaders who will surely change communities and lives, the Eastern in the City one-year undergraduate program will be closing,” according to the letter that was distributed to the administration, faculty and staff of Eastern in February. EIC was a program under the […]

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Irv Homer dies on McInnis stage

While addressing an audience of about 300 in McInnis auditorium, legendary Philadelphia radio broadcaster Irv Homer suddenly collapsed. On June 24, Homer was scheduled to introduce author G. Edward Griffin for a program by The Big Talker 1210 AM when he suffered a massive heart attack. Standing at the podium, […]