The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

Senate, LASO, BSU hosts bowling night in the Union
Senate, LASO, BSU hosts bowling night in the Union
Katja Benz, Student Government Reporter • October 6, 2022

The Student Senate, in conjunction with the Latin American Student Organization, LASO, and Black Student Union, BSU, to show more about these...

Senate, LASO, BSU hosts bowling night in the Union
Senate, LASO, BSU hosts bowling night in the Union
Katja Benz, Student Government Reporter • October 6, 2022

The Student Senate, in conjunction with the Latin American Student Organization, LASO, and Black Student Union, BSU, to show more about these organizations...

Charleston Mayor Brandon Combs stacks his papers while after reading an ordinance for regulating low-speed gas-powered bicycles during the City Council meeting Tuesday evening at City Hall.
City Council approves $101K for Sister City Park fencing
Kyara Morales-Rodriguez, Campus Reporter • October 5, 2022

The Charleston City Council unanimously approved a bid award for the construction of a chain link fence at the Sister City Phase II Facility for $101,231...

EIU Pride: Safe space for students
EIU Pride: Safe space for students
Katja Benz, Student Government Reporter • October 5, 2022

EIU Pride, an Eastern Registered Student Organization, offers a safe space for students on campus regardless of their gender or sexual identity. The...

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Autumn Schulz is a junior sports media relations major and can be reached at 217-581-2812.
High energy at volleyball games needs to be at every sport
Autumn Schulz, Sports Editor • October 5, 2022

Cheering fans, loud music, and hyped-up players are all things that one can experience if they come to Lantz Arena for an Eastern volleyball...

Number 584, Dustin Hatfield a redshirt senior runs in the NCAA Cross Country Championship last year, Nov. 20, in Apalachee State Park in Tallahassee, Fla. Hatinfield ran the 10K and placed 77 with a time of 29:59.9, where he became the second highest Eastern finisher in school history.
Hatfield breaks own record at Louisville Classic
Dylan Meek, Cross Country Reporter • October 5, 2022

After setting the school record in the 8K at last year at the Louisville Classic, graduate student Dustin Hatfield did it again, finishing...

Kate Stevens is a senior sports media relations major. and can be reached at 217-581-2812.
The Chicago Bears need to make a change soon
Kate Stevens, Assistant Sports Editor • October 5, 2022

I love my Chicago Bears, but they took an unforgivable loss in the garbage fest with the Giants.   The team that played the 49ers and...

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Kyla Moton is a junior English major and can be reached at 217-581-2812.
COLUMN: What are drugs doing to our communities?
Kyla Moton, Columnist • October 6, 2022

Living in Chicago, you are bound to see something new every day. Living on the West side of Chicago, you may see something a bit more traumatizing. From...

Ellen Dooley is a sophomore special education standard major. and can be reached at 217-581-2812.
COLUMN: Give queer historical figures the recognition they deserve
Ellen Dooley, Editor • October 5, 2022

Queer history is a topic seldom talked about today. The study of gender and sexuality in the past seemed to be a taboo subject that is not...

Dan Hahn is a graduate student studying English and can be reached at 217-581-2812.
COLUMN: LGBTQIA+ History Month is also midterm election season
Dan Hahn , Columnist • October 5, 2022

Information technology and business podcasts may not be on the radar for most college students. But, I want to put a special spotlight...

Katie Gillespie, a freshman secondary English education major chucks a ball while playing giant yard pong in the Library Quad for part of a Mental Health Pop Up Day event Tuesday afternoon.
THROUGH THE LENS: Mental health pop up days
Adriana Hernandez-Santana, Junior Feature Editor • September 27, 2022

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