News

Ballot draws attention to local school funding

Braden Harp , Staff Reporter

A property tax referendum to ensure funds for the Kansas School District will be on the ballot on Election Day for Coles County voters.The proposition from the Kansas School Board asks for property taxes to...  Read More »

October 29, 2014 • 0 comments

LGBT faculty share struggles

Roberto Hodge , Multicultural Editor

When she was preparing to come out of the closet, she was up for a tenured position at the university, which put her in a complicated situation. Lisa Moyer, a professor of family consumer...  Read More »

October 29, 2014 • 0 comments

All about them

Annie Garner , Staff Reporter

Sandy Johnson, a special education professor, uses a quote to guide her life and her organization she started, called “The Friday Club.” “Understanding each other is the first step in...  Read More »

October 29, 2014 • 0 comments

Treasurer race brings candidate to Eastern

Bob Galuski , Editor in Chief

As the race for state treasurer heats up, candidate Mike Frerichs stopped at Eastern Wednesday as part of his “downstate swing.” Traveling through the state south of Chicago, Frerichs...  Read More »

October 29, 2014 • 0 comments

US Senate candidates prepare for elections

October 29, 2014

As election time approaches, the different candidates are ramping toward Election Day, including the nominations for state senator. Running for...  Read More »

Panthers seek first road win

October 28, 2014

After a crucial conference victory over Fort Wayne, the men’s soccer team goes on the road to face non-conference opponent Northern Kentucky at 7 p.m. Wednesday. ...  Read More »

Newman Catholic Center to commemorate last 75 years

October 28, 2014

The Newman Catholic Center will be celebrating 75 years with “Newman Night” at 5 p.m. Saturday in the St. Philip Neri Chapel, 500 Roosevelt Ave. ...  Read More »

New electronic marquee promotes Eastern

October 28, 2014

As students pass by Old Main, out on Lincoln Avenue, they pass an electronic marquee boasting images of Eastern, students and slogans. ...  Read More »

Coffee Hour to set stage for racial debate

October 28, 2014

The Interdisciplinary Center for Global Diversity will facilitate its second community coffee hour Nov. 7 at Jackson Avenue Coffee in the Charleston...  Read More »

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Sports

Injuries lead to Tennessee Tech offense

Aldo Soto , Sports Editor

Tennessee Tech lost more than a game to Northern Iowa on Sept. 27, it lost its entire offensive strategy. Entering his eighth season as the...  Read More »

October 30, 2014 • 0 comments

Panther defense gains confidence

October 29, 2014

Going up against the best statistical defense in the Ohio Valley Conference, the Eastern football team made a statement...  Read More »

Ohio Valley soccer continues Friday

October 28, 2014

Though the Panthers’ season is over, five Ohio Valley Conference matches remain on the last day...  Read More »

Golf team comes in 15th place

October 28, 2014

The Eastern women’s golf team finished in last place out of 15 teams in the rain-shortened Evansville...  Read More »

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Opinions

Staff Editorial: ‘Marsy’s Law’ would help protect Illinois victims

Compared to other issues on next week’s ballot, the Illinois Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights Amendment hasn’t gotten...  Read More »

Column: What we can learn from Marysville, Wash.

This week in the city of Marysville, Wash., they’re remembering Zoe R. Galasso and Gia Soriano, two students who were killed in a shooting...  Read More »

Column: The News is not a public relation vehicle

The purpose of The Daily Eastern News is not to promote Eastern; its purpose is to report about university topics...  Read More »

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The verge

Friends end Midwest summer tour at JAC

Friends end Midwest summer tour at JAC

Megan Ivey, Verge Editor

Facing Winter vocalist Justin Birchard and solo artist Chris Darby will make Jackson Avenue Coffee their finish-line performance of their summer tour 7 p.m. Saturday. Birchard...  Read More »

September 5, 2014 • 0 comments

Small Time Napoleon to debut Doudna season

September 5, 2014

‘Captain America’: Marvel’s most complex film to date

September 5, 2014

Chicago Improv heads to Charleston

September 5, 2014

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Multimedia

Robbin Terry and his paranormal playground

The long stretches of road, and agriculturally abundant appearance of Ashmore. make one of its most famous landmarks feel even more out of place. Hidden...  Read More »

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