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Refuge seeks club status

The Student Government Association recently approved the sanctioning of Refuge as an official campus club. Refuge began in 2006 “to provide a safe forum for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and work to end homophobia on Eastern University’s campus,” according to the […]

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Where does your tuition money go?

What does $780 mean to you? A new X-Box 360, a Playstation 3 or a Wii? Maybe those little repairs that your car needs? Possibly even a makeover for your room or your wardrobe? How does it look when it is added on to tuition costs? This semester, an e-mail […]

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Eastern looking into VFMA property

Recently, there has been a lot of buzz that Eastern may purchase part of the Valley Forge Military Academy property. Available for purchase is a substantial portion of land containing several houses and a spacious parking lot. An article in Main Line Suburban Life on March 30 reported that Eastern […]

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Students react to health care bill

After a week of intense struggle in Washington, the White House and Democrats in Congress passed a massive national health care reform.   Under the new legislation, those Americans currently unable to afford health insurance because of financial difficulty will soon be covered through government subsidies and Medicaid.    The […]

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Asbestos in the air

Accidental flood in Kea Hall triggers air quality checks and resident displacement

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Movin’ on up

SIFE wins regional competition and prepares for national stage

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Future of SGA uncertain

 Student Government Association elections take place every April, but this year the running is looking less competitive than last year’s record-breaking race. A highly public campaign for the executive board last April ended with the election of president senior Maggie Stewart, vice president junior Nate Riedy, treasurer junior Ian Hoffman […]

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New option helps students avoid housing lottery

 If you are fed up with the housing lottery, Student Development is offering a new option that would eliminate the stress of waiting for hours to hear your number called only to get placed in a room you do not want.   The Community Sustainability Option allows any current resident […]

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Campus radio station revived

 It has been years since a student-run radio station has broadcast from campus. “A lot of great opportunities come from radio broadcasting, and I didn’t want Eastern University students to go without that,” sophomore James Laughlin said, explaining his efforts to give Eastern a radio station of its own.    […]

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