The Daily Eastern News

Charleston vintage stores offer savings, style

Sara Hall City Editor

October 4, 2011


Filed under Letter to the Editor

Eastern students looking to satisfy both their wants and needs while being budget conscious can take advantage of the many antique and vintage stores Charleston has to offer. Read More »...

Many rental options available

Andrew Crivilare Staff Reporter

October 4, 2011


Filed under Letter to the Editor

Students interested in staying in for Read More »

ON THE CHEAP: Cheap Date

October 3, 2011


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Team loses to OVC again-Photo

Team loses to OVC again-Photo

Kimberly Foster | The Daily Eastern News

October 3, 2011


Filed under Letter to the Editor

Junior outside hitter Emily Franklin sets up to serve the ball Saturday in a game against Morehead State in the fieldhouse of Lantz Arena. (Kimberly Foster | The Daily Eastern News) Read More »...

Students make a difference

Kathryn Richter Staff Reporter

October 2, 2011


Filed under Columns

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

Basic Skills Test changes greatly reduce passing rate

Amy Wywialowski Staff Reporter

October 2, 2011


Filed under Letter to the Editor

The number of students who passed the Basic Skills Test has decreased 57 percent since scoring changes were made to the test in 2010. Read More »...

Outdoor café is open

Samantha McDaniel Activities Editor

October 2, 2011


Filed under Editorials

Eastern sponsored the grand opening of Java Beanery & Bakery's outdoor café Friday. Read More »

Jazz, Classical share stage

Jazz, Classical share stage

Miranda Ploss The Daily Eastern News

October 2, 2011


Filed under Columns

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 »...

One-man performer questions student’s identities

Samantha McDaniel Activities Editor

October 2, 2011


Filed under Letter to the Editor

A one-man performer will be talking about race and diversity, which will make audience members question how they view themselves today. Read More »...

Lincoln Log Cabin sponsors Fall Festival

Andrew Crivilare Staff Reporter

October 2, 2011


Filed under Letter to the Editor

Vendors, graduate students and members of the community alike came together Saturday and Sunday at Lincoln Log Cabins for the historic site's annual Fall Festival. Read More »...

Column on Tea Party diversity refreshing

October 2, 2011


Filed under Columns

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...

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