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CAA expresses shock, concerns with shared governance proposal

CAA expresses shock, concerns with shared governance proposal

Brooke Schwartz, News Editor

September 20, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

While the end of shared governance discussions may have seemed over to some following the conclusion of the Faculty Senate meeting on Tuesday, members of the Council on Academic Affairs were in for a surprise at their meeting Sept. 20. The senate ended their meeting with Todd Bruns, senate chair and scholarly communication librarian and institutional repository director, heading off to write a more ...

Defense hopes to improve against Tennessee State

Defense hopes to improve against Tennessee State

JJ Bullock, Sports Editor

September 20, 2018


Filed under Football, Showcase, Sports

Eastern football head coach Kim Dameron was honest when discussing the state of his team’s defense, which has given up 52.7 points per game this season, saying that he knows the unit has to be better.  But even after a week of practice and learning, he was not sure if it would be improved Satur...

FEATURE PHOTO: Me, Too!

FEATURE PHOTO: Me, Too!

September 20, 2018


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Candidate for Student Speaker of the Senate discusses goals

Candidate for Student Speaker of the Senate discusses goals

Corryn Brock, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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Eastern’s student body government heard a presentation from student senator Noor Ul Haash Khamisani, who is running uncontested for the position of the Speaker of the Senate. Khamisani gave a presentation introducing herself to her fellow senators and discussing her goals for the future if she is...

Booth Library holds fall book sale

Booth Library holds fall book sale

Logan Raschke, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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Booth Library hosted the fall book sale by the clock tower Wednesday morning. Everyone was welcome to browse books from multiple genres and buy any hardback for $2 and any paperback for $1; there were also VHS tapes and DVDs at the sale. Seth Yeakel, a sophomore student worker for Booth Library, ...

Hollins reflects on career game, future in football

Hollins reflects on career game, future in football

JJ Bullock, Sports Editor

September 19, 2018


Filed under Football, Showcase, Sports

If there has been one silver-lining to the Eastern football team’s season thus far, as they currently sit at 0-3 with three ugly losses under their belts, it has been the play of all-conference wide receiver Alexander Hollins. Through all the negative Eastern has been through this season on the...

Faculty Senate sets January as end date for resolution on shared governance

Faculty Senate sets January as end date for resolution on shared governance

Brooke Schwartz, News Editor

September 18, 2018


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After a year of discussion, the question of what to do about the Higher Learning Commission’s concerns with Eastern’s organizational communication is coming to a potential end. Many solutions and ideas have been discussed, and at Tuesday’s Faculty Senate meeting, an official end date for th...

Latino Heritage Month begins

Latino Heritage Month begins

Brenna Scullen, Staff reporter

September 17, 2018


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Students and staff gathered in Doudna on Monday for a reception to kick off Latino Heritage Month with music, food, and conversation. The informal reception was sponsored by Eastern, with volunteers from the office of Student Engagement and Inclusion and the Newman Catholic Center. The chair of the Herit...

Rise up, rise against suicide

Rise up, rise against suicide

Corryn Brock, Staff Reporter

September 13, 2018


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Quese, Ballenger and Break the Grey performed in McAfee Gym on Sept. 13 with a suicide prevention theme for the Rise Up Tour. Hip hop artist Quese opened the event and spoke of his life growing up. Quese said he wanted to commit suicide at 12 and was bullied while in school, and that it helped him...

Shared governance talks continue at CAA meeting

Shared governance talks continue at CAA meeting

Brooke Schwartz, News Editor

September 13, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

The Council on Academic Affairs discussed bylaw changes and shared governance at their meeting on Thursday. Shared governance, which has been discussed in length at various committees, is being given so much attention because of the Higher Learning Commission. When the HLC last reviewed Eastern, it ...

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