News

Eastern fall short to Western Michigan

Eastern fall short to Western Michigan

Mark Shanahan, Staff Reporter

The Eastern men’s soccer team dropped a close one at Western Michigan Sunday to fall to 2-3 on the season. The Panthers lost 2-1 to the Broncos. Western Michigan began the scoring in the 22nd minute when Jason Grant...  Read More »

September 14, 2014 • 0 comments

Faculty members to study data from focus groups

Roberto Hodge, Multicultural Editor

Student-run focus groups within the Making Excellence Inclusive forum are searching for a company to transcribe data from studies about diversity and inclusion on campus. Once the data is transcribed, faculty members from...  Read More »

September 14, 2014 • 0 comments

Newman Catholic Center to host annual Oktoberfest

Oscar Correa , Staff Reporter

Community members will be able to participate in several games with live music filling the air of the Newman Catholic Center grounds for their fourth annual St. Hedwig’s Oktoberfest Sept. 21 from noon to 5 p.m. Roy Lanham,...  Read More »

September 14, 2014 • 0 comments

Ebola, superbugs to go under microscope in lecture

Danielle Tadlock , Staff Reporter

Superbugs and Ebola will be the main topic from Catherine Belling Tuesday in the Doudna Lecture Hall at 6pm. Anyone can come to the free reception after the lecture to ask Belling questions. Phi Beta Kappa is hosting...  Read More »

September 14, 2014 • 0 comments

CUPB reviews purchasing process, committee positions

September 14, 2014

The Council on University Planning and Budget reviewed issues on the university’s purchasing process and elected members to serve in the council committees Friday. Paul McCann,...  Read More »

Booth seeks feedback on new website before debut

September 14, 2014

Booth Library has begun to create a new and improved website to help facilitate the Eastern community. Booth’s library web services committee has been running research over...  Read More »

Eastern sends moldy cadavers to Effingham

September 11, 2014

Walking into one of the anatomy labs, an Eastern anatomy professor noticed alarming changes in the normally stagnate dead bodies in the room. Mold infestation had reached the...  Read More »

CAA receives input on mathematics programs

September 11, 2014

The Council on Academic Affairs heard an update about the mathematics bachelor’s of arts and bachelor’s of science programs. The mathematics program consists of three paths,...  Read More »

Sororities to open doors to new members

September 11, 2014

Every fall semester, new, returning and transfer female students endure formal recruitment with the hopes of joining the sorority of their dreams. It takes many helping hands...  Read More »

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Sports

Panthers snap 6-game losing streak with draw

Bob Reynolds, Staff Reporter

Red-shirt sophomore goalie Kylie Morgan saved a season-high 10-of-11 shots in the Eastern women’s soccer team’s 1-1 draw against Wisconsin-Green Bay at Lakeside Field...  Read More »

September 14, 2014 • 0 comments

Panthers finish 1-2 at SDSU challenge

September 14, 2014

The Eastern volleyball team wrapped up a tough weekend at the South Dakota State Challenge, by finishing 1-2. This was the first...  Read More »

Eastern fall short to Western Michigan

September 14, 2014

The Eastern men’s soccer team dropped a close one at Western Michigan Sunday to fall to 2-3 on the season. The Panthers lost...  Read More »

Eastern trails 21-6 at halftime

September 13, 2014

Marshaun Coprich capped off the first half with his second rushing touchdown, giving Illinois State a 21-6 lead at halftime over...  Read More »

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Opinions

Staff Editorial: Time is running out to get active in politics

Of all the problems with the Illinois political system, all the corrupt officials and budgetary woes, few are as concerning...  Read More »

Column: Today, the world is in mourning

So fitting that, on the eve of the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, our president stands in front of Congress, pleading...  Read More »

Column: Everyone is guilty in the Ray Rice scandal

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is the leading criminal in his recent disgrace.  ...  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

Coordinator brings defensive roots

Kane Wommack and his wife Melissa were driving their recently born baby boy home from the hospital when Kim Dameron called to give the Ole Miss graduate...  Read More »

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