The Daily Eastern News

Righter joins committees affecting Eastern funding

Joseph Ryan

February 14, 2001

Representative Dale Righter is assuming key positions on state committees that directly affect Eastern. Read More »...

Senate will see revised proposal

Jeremy Pelzer

February 14, 2001

A revised proposal for a room and board rate increase next year will be submitted to the Student Senate tomorrow, said Adam Weyhaupt, speaker of the senate. Read More »...

College of Sciences students least affected by budget cuts

Mike Costa

February 14, 2001

Students were assured by the College of Sciences that they will be the ones least affected by the proposed budget cuts plaguing departments throughout the university. Read More »...

Speaker uses test to demonstrate prejudice’s effects

Jennifer Rigg

February 14, 2001

Many Caucasian Americans have never experienced the traumatic effects that prejudice can have on the mind. Read More »...

Presentation gives students the lowdown on condoms

Alexandra Harold

February 14, 2001

"The only way to not get pregnant or contract an STD is to practice abstinence," Katie Rezinas told students attending `Condoms 101' in Carman Hall Monday night. Read More »...

New government office holding open house about children’s vehicle safety

Karen Kirr

February 14, 2001

Parents are known to always be concerned with their children's safety. The Child Passenger Safety Resource Center, funded through a grant from the Illinois Division of Transportation and the Division of Traffic Safety with Eastern, is looking out for those parents. Read More »...

Student Senate housing surveys to gain input

Jeremy Pelzer

February 14, 2001

Patrons of Carman, Stevenson and Taylor dining services will be served some food for thought for the next couple days, as the Student Senate looks to gauge student reaction to a proposed housing rate increase. Read More »...

Concert will play music to create the mood tonight in Fine Arts Building

Andrea Stovall

February 14, 2001

Music for children of all ages will fill the Dvorak Concert Hall tonight, providing a romantic atmosphere for those who want to spice up their Valentine's Day. Read More »...

Love is in the air!

Alex Cardona and Leslie Williams

February 14, 2001

Today is Valentine's Day, but there is more to this celebrated holiday than giving or receiving flowers, candy and gifts. Read More »...

County board OKs waste station

Amber Williams

February 14, 2001

The Coles County Board approved a resolution to accept Allied Waste Industries Inc. proposal to build a new transfer station in Charleston at Tuesday night's meeting. Read More »...

Students can travel to England through study abroad course

Jennifer Rigg

February 13, 2001

Most students spend the summer lounging around and working at part-time jobs trying to earn cash for returning to school. Eastern students now have the chance to spend the summer with two English professor, Dana Ringuette and Richard Sylvia, touring around England visiting exciting literary sites. Read ...

Valentine’s Dance to be held tonight

Nikki Huckstadt

February 13, 2001

In honor of Valentine's Day, the Student Council for Exceptional Children is sponsoring its first annual Valentine's Dance for people with both mental and physical disabilities in the Charleston community, said Zuica Donev, SCEC president. Read More »...

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