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FEATURE PHOTO: Raising funds for breast cancer awareness

Devin Andersen, a senior communication studies major and National Residence Hall honorary president, raises funds outside Coleman Hall Tuesday for the Sarah Bush Cancer Center in honor of breast cancer awareness week. He said the RHA began raising funds Monday and has already collected about $1,000 so far.

Logan Raschke, Managing Editor

October 15, 2019

Devin Andersen, a senior communication studies major and National Residence Hall honorary president, raises funds outside Coleman Hall Tuesday for the Sarah Bush Cancer Center in honor of breast cancer awareness week. He said the RHA began raising funds Monday and has already collected about $1,000...

FEATURE PHOTO: Pondering over pronouns

Sam Hennegan (far left), a sophomore double majoring in English and philosophy, Alex Mullin (left), a sophomore majoring in mathematicians education, Liz Wilson (right), a senior majoring in 2D studio art and Grase Osborn (far right), a senior majoring in biological sciences, lead a Safety Open Discussion during Pride on Monday evening at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union in the Charleston/Mattoon room. They covered topics such as pronouns and resources like the Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity and Transformation Station, which is located in the lower level of Stevenson Hall.

Nayeli I. Vazquez, Photographer

October 14, 2019

Sam Hennegan (far left), a sophomore double majoring in English and philosophy, Alex Mullin (left), a sophomore majoring in mathematicians education, Liz Wilson (right), a senior majoring in 2D studio art and Grase Osborn (far right), a senior majoring in biological sciences, lead a Safety Open Discussion...

FEATURE PHOTO: The finishing touches

Josie Parish, a theater arts major, works in the lab to finish up some details for a pottery project for a class on Sunday afternoon in the Doudna Fine Arts Center.

Jelan Buchanan, Contributing Photographer

October 13, 2019

Josie Parish, a theater arts major, works in the lab to finish up some details for a pottery project for a class on Sunday afternoon in the Doudna Fine Arts Center.

FEATURE PHOTO: Copper weaving

Glover Marfo, an art graduate student, works on finishing up a copper weaving project for a class on Sunday afternoon at Doudna Fine Arts Center.

Jelan Buchanan, Contributing Photographer

October 13, 2019

Glover Marfo, an art graduate student, works on finishing up a copper weaving project for a class on Sunday afternoon at Doudna Fine Arts Center.

FEATURE PHOTO: ‘Brother Jed’ returns, again

Jed Smock, a member of Campus Ministry USA, returned to Eastern’s campus to preach his faith in the Library Quad on Tuesday afternoon. The campus police supervised the event as Smock spoke about drugs, sex and streaking.

Elizabeth Wood, Photo Editor

October 8, 2019

Jed Smock, a member of Campus Ministry USA, returned to Eastern’s campus to preach his faith in the Library Quad on Tuesday afternoon. The campus police supervised the event as Smock spoke about drugs, sex and streaking.

FEATURE PHOTO: For all the people

Sheila Simons, professor and graduate coordinator of the Department of Health Promotion, speaks at the “For All the People” event in Booth Library about the impact STDs have had on the medical field and society in the U.S.

John Olson, Photographer

October 8, 2019

Sheila Simons, professor and graduate coordinator of the Department of Health Promotion, speaks at the “For All the People” event in Booth Library about the impact STDs have had on the medical field and society in the U.S. 

FEATURE PHOTO: Performing while the field is still dry

The Panther Marching Band performs its pregame and halftime shows before the first awards ceremony on Saturday evening at O’Brien Field during the PMB Festival. During the PMB Festival, there was a rain delay that pushed back performance times for large high school bands by 45 minutes. The PMB later performed its pregame and halftime show, which included songs from the rock band “Queen,” around 10 p.m. before presenting awards to high school bands.

Karina Delgado, Assistant Photo Editor

October 6, 2019

The Panther Marching Band performs its pregame and halftime shows before the first awards ceremony on Saturday evening at O’Brien Field during the PMB Festival. During the PMB Festival, there was a rain delay that pushed back performance times for large high school bands by 45 minutes. The PMB l...

FEATURE PHOTO: Pummeling pumpkins

Courtney Cager, a junior accounting and fashion merchandising major, smashes pumpkins with Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Sigma Tau and Kappa Delta to help with Phi Kappa Theta’s philanthropy project on Thursday evening at Ninth Street. “I love helping out other Greek’s philanthropy on campus while spending time with my sisters,” she said.

Mary Fleming, Contributing Photographer

October 3, 2019

Courtney Cager, a junior accounting and fashion merchandising major, smashes pumpkins with Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Sigma Tau and Kappa Delta to help with Phi Kappa Theta’s philanthropy project on Thursday evening at Ninth Street. “I love helping out other Greek’s philanthropy on campus while s...

FEATURE PHOTO: Registering to vote

Students sign up for early voter registration outside of Coleman Hall on Tuesday afternoon.

Mackenzie Graham, Photographer

October 1, 2019

Students sign up for early voter registration outside of Coleman Hall on Tuesday afternoon. 

FEATURE PHOTO: Boutique outside Booth

The owners of Brick and Motor Fashion Boutique, Lauren Corwin (left) and Haley Walker (right), scan and bag a student’s purchase from their mobile boutique in front of Booth Library on Tuesday afternoon. “We’ve been in business a year, and we pretty much do the best when we go sit outside colleges. We go to, like, sororities and partner with them because we give back 5 percent of our sales to their philanthropy, so we always do, like, fundraising. They usually invite us on parents weekend or philanthropy week — it’s Alpha Phi’s week, so that’s why we’re here.”

Elizabeth Wood, Photo Editor

October 1, 2019

The owners of Brick and Motor Fashion Boutique, Lauren Corwin (left) and Haley Walker (right), scan and bag a student’s purchase from their mobile boutique in front of Booth Library on Tuesday afternoon. “We’ve been in business a year, and we pretty much do the best when we go sit outside colleges....

FEATURE PHOTO: Pumped up for the Panthers

A member of the crowd stands in an attempt get his fellow audience members involved during the Eastern football team’s game over Family Weekend on Sept. 28 at O’Brien Field.

Nayeli Vazquez, Staff Photographer

September 29, 2019

A member of the crowd stands in an attempt get his fellow audience members involved during the Eastern football team’s game over Family Weekend on Sept. 28 at O’Brien Field.

FEATURE PHOTO: The opposite of window washing

Kelvin White, a sophomore graphic design major and publicity chair of Ford Hall, paints the lobby windows in Ford Hall for Rockfest Sunday afternoon. White said Ford Hall’s theme this year was modes of transportation.

Elizabeth Wood, Photo Editor

September 22, 2019

Kelvin White, a sophomore graphic design major and publicity chair of Ford Hall, paints the lobby windows in Ford Hall for Rockfest Sunday afternoon. White said Ford Hall’s theme this year was modes of transportation.

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