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

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

The Daily Eastern News

PULSE wins 5 executive seats, not without protest

PULSE wins 5 executive seats, not without protest

Alex Boyd, a sophomore political science major, reacts after he finds out that Ed Hotwagner, a senior math major, won the Student Body President election Wednesday during the student senate meeting in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union’s Charlest

PULSE wins 5 executive seats, not without protest

After a two-day campus wide online election, 1182 votes were cast resulting in Ed Hotwagner being named Eastern’s unofficial student body president-elect.

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  • Jemma Allen, a junior vocal performance and music education major, instructs Madison More, 8, a student at Carl Sandburg Elementary School, on which notes to play on the piano in a practice room in the basement of the Doudna Fine Arts Center Thursday.

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  • Student senator Oliver Ehmann, a senior political science major, expresses his feelings towards the talent student award fee increase proposal to student government March 27, 2024, at the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union in the Arcola Tuscola Room on Easterns campus. The proposal requests an increase of 86 cents from $21.82 to $22.68. This fee is charged for every credit hour, not exceeding a maximum amount of twelve credit hours. Matt Bierman said in his presentation more than half of the collected fees go toward student athletes without athletic scholarships.

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