News

Barbershop Quartet performs at Doudna

Cassie Buchman, Staff Reporter

Eastern’s Concert Choir and a Swedish Barbershop Quartet called “The Ringmasters” performed a short concert Monday showcasing several songs they have been working on. There were 250 high school singers at Eastern...  Read More »

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Funeral set for Eastern student

Jarad Jarmon, Associate News Editor

Funeral services for an Eastern student who died in a car accident Friday have been set for 11 a.m. Thursday at the Bauer Funeral Home in Effingham, Ill. A visitation remembering the death of Brianne Martin, 23, will take...  Read More »

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Hit-and-run suspect pleads not guilty

Stephanie Markham, News Editor

Hit-and-run suspect Jose Garcia-Cardiel pleaded not guilty on the charge of leaving the scene of an accident that resulted in death or great bodily harm during his preliminary hearing Monday. Garcia-Cardiel was arrested...  Read More »

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Professor has operatic hopes for future

Samantha Middendorf, Entertainment Editor

Eastern’s music department welcomed a new face to the Doudna Fine Arts Center with the hiring of a new voice faculty member this fall. Timothy Renner is the director of Eastern’s University Mixed Choir, instructor...  Read More »

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Eastern holds anti-bullying conference

October 19, 2014

He told his son several times to ignore his bully, but after he realized that teachers were ignoring it as well because the bully was a football player, he finally...  Read More »

Consumer sciences to celebrate its centennial

October 19, 2014

In celebration of its 100th anniversary, the family and consumer sciences department will participate with 100 hours of community service and host several events...  Read More »

NCA commission to visit campus

October 19, 2014

The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association will conduct a site visit from Monday through Wednesday, and will have open sessions for students,...  Read More »

Biology professor serves as snake expert

October 19, 2014

Stephen Mullin has wrestled snakes before—not as a hobby, but rather as a necessity. Mullin, a biology professor at Eastern, deals with snakes...  Read More »

Research analyzes defenders of bullying victims

October 19, 2014

Recent studies have begun to look at defenders of victims who have been bullied, which have shown correlation between the two. Lyndsay Jenkins,...  Read More »

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Sports

Morehead State remains winless

Blake Nash, Staff Reporter

A school record was broken by the Morehead State volleyball team last weekend. The 2013 Ohio Valley Conference champions dropped matches to Dayton, Tennessee Tech and Jacksonville...  Read More »

October 20, 2014 • 0 comments

Women’s team has ‘nothing to lose’ in final week of season

October 20, 2014

After surrendering two losses last weekend, the Eastern women’s soccer team appears to be on the outside looking in of making...  Read More »

Panthers host Green Bay

October 20, 2014

The Eastern men’s soccer team and Green Bay both hope to end their losing streaks, when they face each other at 3 p.m. Tuesday...  Read More »

Men’s soccer team falls to Western

October 19, 2014

The Eastern men’s soccer team lost its third straight match after being defeated by in-state rival Western Illinois...  Read More »

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Opinions

Column: Don’t ruin Halloween with offensive costumes

Halloween is just around the corner. Halloween is one of those rare happenings where it’s fun as a kid and then you grow up and guess what? It’s still...  Read More »

Editorial: In Senate race, Durbin deserves 6 more years

It doesn’t take a political expert to realize the Illinois race for the U.S. Senate is drawing a very quick end. With incumbent Democrat Dick Durbin...  Read More »

Column: Don’t let party loyalty dictate how you vote

I remember when I first registered to vote. I signed in and they gave me a form where I had to pick which party I affiliated with. Now, this was a big...  Read More »

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