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Rock ‘n’ Roll takes over Lantz-PDF

Rock ‘n’ Roll takes over Lantz-PDF

October 6, 2011

Brittany Wallace, senior libero, goes for the ball during a game against Illinois-Chicago on Oct. 17 in Lantz Arena. (Kim Foster | The Daily Eastern News) Read More »...

Green space finally green

Bob Shaughnessy Staff Reporter

October 5, 2011

Eastern just got a little greener with the new green space between Klehm Hall and the Life Sciences Building. Read More »...

Nowhere left to go but up-Photo

Nowhere left to go but up-Photo

Karolina Strack | The Daily Eastern News

October 5, 2011

Reggie Box, freshman running back, jumps up in celebration during the game against Illinois State University on Sept. 1 at O'Brien Stadium. The Panthers went on to beat the Redhawks 33-26 in the game which marked the 100th year of the school's rivalry. (Karolina Strack | The Daily Eastern News) Read ...

Students make a difference

Kathryn Richter Staff Reporter

October 2, 2011

Eastern hosted the student-run "Make a Difference Day," across Charleston and surrounding areas to promote community service on Read More »...

Jazz, Classical share stage

Jazz, Classical share stage

Miranda Ploss The Daily Eastern News

October 2, 2011

Pianist David Hoffman performs a solo Friday during an EIU Jazz Ensemble performance in the Dvorak Concert Hall of the Doudna Fine Arts Center. The EIU Jazz Ensemble and Wind Symphony joined together for "Life in the Groove." Read More »...

Column on Tea Party diversity refreshing

October 2, 2011

Congratulations to Mr. Sainer for his spirited and fact-filled defense of the Tea Party against the attacks of racism being leveled against us. He is writing in the spirit of Eastern's first President, Livingston C. Lord, whose words are engraved at the entrance of Old Main. They are, "...not who is...

“Google God” cannot give us love

October 2, 2011

I'm writing this letter as a short commentary of Sarah Bigler's Sept. 27 column, "Praise be to Google, Who doth know all things." Read More »...

Letter: Thank you for exposing Chopra as a quack

September 1, 2011

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Burning is only solution for rural Scott County leaves

By Tom Bowe as featured in the Quad-City Times

November 19, 2009

In response to the Nov. 13 letter “Ban burning throughout Scott County,” I admit that I am one of the leaf burning culprits who doesn’t live within city limits. I live in a beautiful peak season color area in the county as evidenced by the fall car and motorcycle traffic. Read More »...

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