News

Men’s Soccer loses conference opener

Men’s Soccer loses conference opener

Mark Shanahan , Staff Reporter

For the second game in a row, the Eastern men’s soccer team was shutout after losing 1-0 to Omaha to open Summit League play in Omaha, Neb., on Saturday. Eastern was outshot 13-3 and had just one shot on goal from Chris...  Read More »

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Leaving Iowa leaves much to be desired

Leaving Iowa leaves much to be desired

Samantha Middendorf, Entertainment Editor

The stage was made up of a dull excuse of a car, simply painted backdrop, and the six actors who made up the cast of “Leaving Iowa,” were not much better. The Charleston Community Theater’s production of “Leaving...  Read More »

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Student Senate offers voter registration

Debby Hernandez, Administration Editor

Student Senate members will be registering students to vote from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday in front of the food court in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union.   The voter registration drive...  Read More »

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Early Bird Dining offers benefits

Debby Hernandez, Administration Editor

Housing and Dining Services is inviting students to apply for the Early Bird Contract, which requires them to apply early to receive dining dollars and housing cost benefits. On and off campus students, Greek members,...  Read More »

September 29, 2014 • 0 comments

Relatives trace Mary Hawkins’ historical footsteps

September 26, 2014

When Gilbert Hawkins first began delving into his family’s history, he had no idea it would be life changing. “I was talking to my friend a few months ago, and he said,...  Read More »

Untold Truth hosting tryouts for Wildin’ Out

September 26, 2014

Rapping, singing, and an assortment of other talents will be on display at Eastern’s first EIU’s Wildin’ Out featuring up and coming Chicago rap artist Lil Bibby. The show...  Read More »

Students make financial decisions

September 26, 2014

Having little money to spend on living amenities is not uncommon to the average student, but some students have been working to alleviate their burdens by sacrificing things in...  Read More »

Gaelic Storm to return to Doudna

September 26, 2014

Gaelic Storm will be performing at the Dvorak Concert Hall in the Doudna Fine Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3 as part of Doudna’s “Best Of” series. Gaelic Storm, an Irish...  Read More »

CAA reviews changes to business programs

September 26, 2014

The Council on Academic Affairs reviewed changes made in the administration and management business programs offered at Eastern on Thursday. Larry White, assistant chair of...  Read More »

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Sports

Panthers drop two on opening weekend

Blake Nash , Staff Reporter

The excitement of the Ohio Valley Conference season opener was quickly replaced by heartache for the Eastern volleyball team. The Panthers dropped a 3-1 decision to Tennessee...  Read More »

September 29, 2014 • 0 comments

Eastern loses 34-19, heads into bye week

September 27, 2014

Ohio quarterback JD Sprague scored two rushing touchdowns in his first start, while running back A.J. Ouellette added two more...  Read More »

Eastern trails Ohio 24-10 at halftime

September 27, 2014

BrFreshman running back A.J. Ouellette scored two rushing touchdowns in the first half, leading the Ohio football team to a 24-10...  Read More »

Panthers open conference play with 4-0 loss

September 26, 2014

Southeast Missouri’s Natasha Minor scored twice in the first half, helping lead the Redhawks to a 4-0 victory over Eastern in...  Read More »

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Opinions

If you’re going to be the DJ, please do it right

We’ve probably all been in these situations before, where you’ve either been granted the authority to be the house party...  Read More »

Wage increases should not even be a debate

If ever there was a perfect microcosm of the problems with American politics, it’s likely the continuous fights over raising...  Read More »

Summer days are drifting away

As Tuesday officially marks the start of the fall season with the autumnal equinox, Charleston weather is about to see its prime. ...  Read More »

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The Verge

Multimedia

S.L.U.T. Walk promotes awareness for sexual assault

Standing up for victims of sexual assault, the Women’s Empowerment League gathered on the South Quad Tuesday evening. The S.L.U.T. Walk, known as...  Read More »

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