News

Language proficiency proves beneficial for careers

Roberto Hodge, Multicultural Editor

Those who become proficient in a second language typically produce higher scores and have greater cognitive development, a sense of cultural pluralism and an improved self-concept, according to The Global Language Project...  Read More »

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Students assist those with speech disorders

Roberto Hodge, Multicultural Editor

Situated on the second floor of the Health Services building is the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, which allows students, children and ...  Read More »

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Boards’ proposed budgets receive cuts

Luis Martinez, Administration Editor

The Apportionment Board approved budgets Thursday that were slightly less than what was requested for the Student Government Association, Campus Recreation and the University Board, while the Apportionment Board...  Read More »

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Author debunking Mary Lincoln myths to read from book

Stephanie White, Entertainment White

The truth of Mary Lincoln, wife of 16th president of the United States Abraham Lincoln, is revealed in a new book that will be discussed Friday. Stacy McDermott, the assistant director and associate editor of The Papers...  Read More »

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Senate approves plan to cut education funding

March 26, 2015

Following the House’s approval on Tuesday, the Illinois Senate voted in favor of a plan Thursday to cut funding to education by 2.25 percent for the remaining three months of...  Read More »

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Sports

Track ,Field team head outdoors

Mark Shanahan, Staff Reporter

Both the men and women track and field teams will be back in action this weekend for the SIU Bill Cornell Spring Classic in Carbondale. Southern...  Read More »

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Women’s golf team heads to Southern Illinois

March 26, 2015

The Eastern women’s golf team will compete at the Southern Illinois-Carbondale Saluki Invitational from Saturday through Monday...  Read More »

Panthers ready to move forward after loss

March 26, 2015

The Eastern women’s tennis team is heading into matches against Tennessee-Martin and Southeast Missouri Friday...  Read More »

Panthers finally come home

March 26, 2015

The Eastern softball team will host Murray State Sunday and Monday for its first home series of the season. ...  Read More »

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Multimedia

Aces end Panthers’ postseason run

Junior center Egidijus Mockevicius led the University of Evansville men’s basketball team to an 83-68 win over Eastern Monday in the second...  Read More »

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Opinions

Some small cities have the biggest hearts

A small town has many opportunities people may not realize especially for artist of different forms. Charleston is a good...  Read More »

Charleston may be small in size but has plenty to offer

Every day I hear complaints about how boring Charleston is, about how there’s nothing to do, etc. And every day, I can’t...  Read More »

Understanding ASMR and its popularity

Ever since I was a kid I’ve experienced a phenomenon that I didn’t even know had a name till just a few years back....  Read More »

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The Verge

Review: “Final Fantasy Type-0 HD” slays

Mace Mackiewicz, Verge Reporter

Four years after its Japanese release, "Final Fantasy Type-0 HD" coming out of left field hit Western audiences. It’s much...  Read More »

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Review: ‘Strangers to Ourselves’ is not the demise of Modest Mouse, despite criticism

March 26, 2015

Review: New ‘iZombie’ show has promising start, suspense

March 26, 2015

Review: Death Cab’s comeback after ‘Codes and Keys’

March 26, 2015

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