The Daily Eastern News

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 »...

Community HOPEs to end domestic violence

By Ethan Stephenson Staff Reporter

September 29, 2011

Local community members can show their support against domestic violence at Jackson Avenue Coffee as part of their Night of HOPE today. Read More »...

Many events planned for festival

By Kathryn Richter Staff Reporter

September 29, 2011

The third annual Fall Festival will take place this weekend at the Lincoln Log Cabin in Lerna, offering various 19th century activities for all ages. Read More »...

Unique Suites Hotel ready to open for Family Weekend

By Sara Hall City Editor

September 26, 2011

After two months of around-the-clock renovations of 35 rooms, the former Worthington Inn is slated to reopen as Unique Suites Hotel on Oct. 7. Read More »...

Panthers travel to Louisville-photo

Panthers travel to Louisville-photo

Kimberly Foster | The Daily Eastern News

September 2, 2011

Senior libero Brittany Wallace bumps the ball Tuesday at volleyball practice in Lantz Arena. The volleyball team will compete in the Louisville Crowne Plaza Cardinal Classic over the weekend. Read More »...

Martinez: ‘EIU football is definitely back’-photo

Martinez: ‘EIU football is definitely back’-photo

Kimberly Foster | The Daily Eastern News

September 2, 2011

Sophomore kicker Cameron Berra sets up to kick the PAT Thursday after quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo connected with tight end Sam Hendricks for the first of three Eastern touchdowns on O'Brien Field. Read More »...

JAC to feature work of displaced local artist

By Ethan Stephenson Staff Reporter

September 2, 2011

Jackson Avenue Coffee will get a taste of the Big Apple as a former Charleston resident displays his photography as their featured artist for September. Read More »...

Recycling helps pay it forward

By Nike Ogunbodede Campus Editor

September 2, 2011

Recycling cardboard, plastic, aluminum and paper does not only benefit the environment, or just the Eastern campus, but some of the physically and mentally disabled residents of Charleston and Mattoon. Read More »...

Letter: Thank you for exposing Chopra as a quack

September 1, 2011

Hi Dave, Read More »

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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