News

Professor creates club for adults with disabilities

Annie Garner, City 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 living in harmony,” is written...  Read More »

October 30, 2014 • 0 comments

CAA reviews chemistry, foreign language programs

Debby Hernandez, Administration Editor

The Council on Academic Affairs reviewed progress from the chemistry and foreign language programs during its meeting Thursday. The bachelor’s of arts in chemistry is a new program introduced in fall 2010, which had...  Read More »

October 30, 2014 • 0 comments

Pumpkin patch fosters family traditions

Pumpkin patch fosters family traditions

Samantha Middendorf, Entertainment Editor

In the spirit of the fall season, many people enjoy doing fall activities such as walking through corn mazes, baking and pumpkin picking. Luckily for Charleston and the rest of Central Illinois,...  Read More »

October 29, 2014 • 0 comments

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

7th Street Underground showcases talent

October 29, 2014

“Nightmare on 7th Street” was a night full of passionate performances, creative costumes and spooky videos Wednesday in the Seventh Street Underground. ...  Read More »

LGBT faculty share struggles

October 29, 2014

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...  Read More »

All about them

October 29, 2014

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

Treasurer race brings candidate to Eastern

October 29, 2014

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

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 »

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Sports

Eastern volleyball anticipates rematches with SEMO

Blake Nash, Staff Reporter

The Eastern volleyball team begins its final home stand this weekend, when it faces the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks at 7 p.m. on Friday and the Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks...  Read More »

October 30, 2014 • 0 comments

Hockey club hosts Lewis University

October 30, 2014

The Eastern hockey club kicks off the Halloween weekend with a late game Friday for the first of a two-game series with Lewis...  Read More »

Rugby progresses from last year

October 30, 2014

The tentative game between the Eastern rugby team and Northern Illinois will not be played on Saturday Panthers’ coach Frank...  Read More »

Injuries lead to Tennessee Tech offense

October 30, 2014

Tennessee Tech lost more than a game to Northern Iowa on Sept. 27, it lost its entire offensive strategy. ...  Read More »

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Opinions

Column: San Fran, act like you’ve been there before

Burning couches, brutal riots, upside-down buses and littered streets are all reasons why the Kansas City Royals deserved to win the World Series. San...  Read More »

Editorial: Don’t let this weekend haunt you forever

By the time this issue of The Daily Eastern News goes to print, a large part of Eastern’s student body will already be gallivanting around town, covered...  Read More »

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 »

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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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