News

Admistrators share hobbies, histories

Debby Hernandez, Administration Editor

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August 28, 2014 • 0 comments

Best-of performers to return to Doudna Fine Arts Center

Samantha Middendorf, Entertainment Editor

Mixed in with a slew of new artists on the Doudna Fine Arts’ slate, the 2014-15 season will also give audiences a chance to see familiar faces return to the stage. This season, Doudna will feature a combination of both...  Read More »

August 28, 2014 • 0 comments

Eastern students affect profits of local businesses

Blake Warman, City Editor

With the return of Eastern students, the city of Charleston goes through a system of changes. One of these substantial changes is the increase in town population. With this increase, local businesses gain more customers...  Read More »

August 28, 2014 • 0 comments

CAA to create new general education committee

Debby Hernandez, Administration Editor

The Council on Academics Affairs debated the establishment of a new committee on general education and learning goals on Thursday. Stephen Lucas, chair of the council, said the purpose of the committee will be to develop...  Read More »

August 28, 2014 • 0 comments

Labor Day; just another day off

August 28, 2014

With over a century of celebration behind it, Labor Day is a holiday set aside to commemorate the United States’ work force and labor unions. But for many students it is just...  Read More »

Tarble director to retire

August 27, 2014

Following 28 years of working as the director of the Tarble Arts Center, Michael Watts is planning to retire. Watts said changes in the pension system have pushed him to retire. “Technically,...  Read More »

Eastern’s residence halls get new TV streaming service

August 27, 2014

Students living on campus will be able to stream some of the latest movie releases, some which have not even come out on DVD or Blu-ray. The service, called “Resident Select,”...  Read More »

Palooza promotes awareness, community service

August 27, 2014

The South Quad was crowded with diverse Registered Student Organizations and volunteer groups competing for members despite the inconvenient sun. Organizations such as Lutheran...  Read More »

Philosophy professor awarded as faculty laureate

August 27, 2014

Grant Sterling, a philosopher professor, was chosen as this year’s faculty laureate. The ceremony took place last Friday in Lantz Arena. The faculty laureate is an annual...  Read More »

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Sports

Hansen debuts with win

Mark Shanahan, Staff Reporter

The Eastern men’s soccer team was victorious Saturday against St. Francis (Ill.) winning 2-0, as Will Butler and Dominic Recca scored to lead the Panthers to their season-opening...  Read More »

August 30, 2014 • 0 comments

Women’s soccer team drops match to Marshall

August 29, 2014

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Volleyball ready for Ball State challenge

August 28, 2014

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Rugby team opens season in Wisconsin

August 28, 2014

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Opinions

Column: How beer and hip hop killed Michael Brown

In an editorial for the New York Times this week, John Eligon had this to say about Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager...  Read More »

Staff Editorial: A covered bicep beats an oozing elbow

Officials from the Student Recreational Center announced via a Facebook post Tuesday that a stricter health policy would...  Read More »

Column: A word from a feminist: “I Woke Up Like This”

Gwen Stefani explained it best: “This year, the ladies are taking over.” Of the 18 awards presented...  Read More »

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The Verge

Review: Whitechapel gets political on ‘Our Endless War’ album

Stephanie Markham, Verge Editor

Whitechapel has got something to say about the commonplace hypocrisy and idiocies of the nation, and the group is saying it loudly with no trace of sugarcoating and every...  Read More »

June 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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