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

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A closer look at King, queen candidates

A closer look at King, queen candidates

Stephanie Ceranec, Sigma Sigma Sigma

A closer look at King, queen candidates

A closer look at King, queen candidates

Nakayla Sarver, Alpha Sigma Alpha

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A closer look at King, queen candidates

A closer look at King, queen candidates

LeeAnn Holland, Delta Zeta

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A closer look at King, queen candidates

A closer look at King, queen candidates

Jim Adee, Sigma Pi

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A closer look at King, queen candidates

A closer look at King, queen candidates

Brittni Garcia, Alpha Sigma Tau

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A closer look at King, queen candidates

Winners will be announced at coronation Saturday and voting will be today and Friday.

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A closer look at King, queen candidates

A closer look at King, queen candidates

Megan Feit, Alpha Gamma Delta

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A closer look at King, queen candidates

A closer look at King, queen candidates

Meghan Matthies, Kappa Delta

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A closer look at King, queen candidates

A closer look at King, queen candidates

Cassie Vedros, Sigma Kappa

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    A closer look at King, queen candidates

    A closer look at King, queen candidates

    Brett Miller, Phi Kappa Theta

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    A closer look at King, queen candidates

    A closer look at King, queen candidates

    Jarrod Scherle, Sigma Alpha Epsilon

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      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      Weston Steinburg, Alpha Tau Omega

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      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      Dirk Bennett Lambda, Chi Alpha

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      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      Josh Nugent, Delta Chi

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      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      Logan Jones, Sigma Nu

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      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      Carissa Coon, Delta Delta Delta

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      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      A closer look at King, queen candidates

      Blake Pierce, Sigma Chi

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        A closer look at King, queen candidates

        A closer look at King, queen candidates

        Evan Danner, Beta Theta Pi

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        A closer look at King, queen candidates

        A closer look at King, queen candidates

        Mike Leon, Sigma Phi Epsilon

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        A closer look at King, queen candidates

        A closer look at King, queen candidates

        Alicia Funes, Alpha Phi

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        A closer look at King, queen candidates

        A closer look at King, queen candidates

        Jim Kreher, Delta Tau Delta

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        • Pictured is the front of Pemberton Hall.

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        • Lucy Hill, a senior vocal performance major, plays as Maxine’s Grandma Friday in “Love, Garland, Bows, and Tinsel: A Holiday Radio Romance,” a play written by Hannah Killough, a senior theater arts major. This play talks about a queer couple’s holiday romance without tragedy. Killough had been writing the play since May.

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        • Holly Farley, an associate professor in the nursing program, explains changes to the Issues and Practicum in the Professional Nursing program to council member Juanita Cross at Thursday afternoon CAA meeting. The council unanimously approved of the vote with revision to the format.

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        • Angela Gausmann, a junior vocal performance major, and Makayla McPhedran, (right) a senior music major, talk with Mrs. Claus during the Holiday Winter Fest in Doudna Fine Arts Center Thursday night.

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        • Former University President Louis V. Hencken

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          Hencken withdraws name from consideration of Douglas Hall renaming

        • Biannual Radio Play at Doudna Friday

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          Biannual Radio Play at Doudna Friday

        • Council of Academic Affairs Chair Richard Wilkinson opens a discussion about Honors course HON 1191 at the Nov. 11 meeting in the Witter’s Conference Room. The Council unanimously in favor of revising Honors course, HON 1191.

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          CAA to vote on IEC control over virtual study abroad courses

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