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Opinion: I happily abandoned my values

Adam Tumino, Columnist

November 12, 2019

I believe that Disney is a monopoly, and I do not like them very much. Now that I got that out of the way, I am announcing that I have signed up for Disney Plus.  At this point, I do not care if the devil himself, or herself, released a streaming service. I would probably sign up for it if it carr...

Staff Editorial: We stand with Hong Kong protestors

November 12, 2019

The Hong Kong protests started in June after a law was proposed in February that would allow people accused of crimes to be extradited to mainland China. Carrie Lam, chief executive of Hong Kong, argued that the bill was needed after a criminal case where a man was accused of killing his girlfriend...

Faculty Senate hears search committee updates

Eastern Provost Jay Gatrell speaks to Eastern’s Faculty Senate Tuesday in Booth Library. Gatrell updated the Senate on searches for two vice president positions and two dean positions.

JJ Bullock, Editor-in-Chief

November 12, 2019

Eastern’s Faculty Senate was updated on the statuses of the ongoing searches for two of Eastern’s vice president positions and two dean positions.  Eastern is currently seeking candidates to fill the vice president of student affairs, vice president of business affairs, the dean of the colle...

Consistency, productivity do not result in win for Eastern volleyball team against Austin Peay

Eastern sophomore Hannah Sieg goes up to attempt a kill in the Panthers' 3-0 loss to Austin Peay on Sept. 28 in Lantz Arena. Sieg had five kills in the match.

Adam Tumino, Volleyball Reporter

September 28, 2019

The consistency was there for the Eastern volleyball team, but the results did not follow. The Panthers had more kills, a higher hitting percentage and more blocks that Austin Peay on Saturday afternoon in Lantz Arena, but the Panthers lost the match in straight sets to fall to 0-2 in the OVC so far...

Greer the ferocious, Greer the quiet: A look at Eastern’s captain

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Terrell Greer breaks through the offensive line to chase down the ball carrier. Eastern lost to Illinois State 21-3 Saturday at O’Brien Field.

JJ Bullock, Editor-in-Chief

September 18, 2019

When Eastern’s senior defensive tackle Terrell Greer lines up against an opposing offensive lineman, at first glance, the relatively under-sized Greer appears to be at a disadvantage. Greer is listed at 5-foot-10 (although he probably stands a little shorter) and 310 pounds, small for a lineman, e...

Eastern seniors ready to lead volleyball team in final season

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The senior members of the Eastern volleyball team (from left) Morgan Matusik, Breanna Jager, Maggie Runge and Katie Sommer are about to begin their final season together.

Adam Tumino, Volleyball Reporter

August 29, 2019

When the Eastern volleyball team takes the court for its season opener on Friday evening, it will mark the beginning of a new season. It will also be the beginning of the final season for the team’s four seniors: Breanna Jager, Morgan Matusik, Maggie Runge and Katie Sommer. This senior class has ex...

Marcos talks about his pre-race ritual, its origins

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Jaime Marcos is a sophomore cross country and track and field runner at Eastern. Before almost every race, he relieves himself to get rid of the nerves for the race and to know the race is about to start.

Tom O'Connor, Feature Writer

March 20, 2019

Jaime Marcos could see the church, even though it was nearly 200 miles away. As he strolled past Booth Library, turning his head toward a brick wall, he could see the bricks of the church’s structure before him. Climbing up a flight of stairs, an image of the stairs to the church entrance flashed a...

CFD responds to attic fire Sunday

Staff Report

March 3, 2019

The Charleston Fire Department extinguished an attic fire at a residence located at 319 Madison Avenue early Sunday morning. The cause of the fire was faulty electrical wiring, according to the press release. Prior to the fire department’s arrival, the Charleston Police Department reported smoke coming from t...

Women’s tennis team falls to 3-4 on season

Blake Faith, Women's Tennis Reporter

February 11, 2019

Eastern’s women’s tennis team stumbled against Ball State and Indianapolis, putting their record at 3-4 on the season. Even though these results were not what the team wanted, this is a season far from over. “The results were not exactly what we were hoping for, but we played two extremely to...

What you need to know to keep your home warm

Staff Report

January 30, 2019

The Charleston Fire Department said when it comes to maintaining a home in extreme cold the best thing to do is keep it warm. It is recommended that people not turn down the temperatures in the house or apartment and keep the thermostat high. The CFD also said to keep faucets running by letting...

Panthers prepare for House of Champions

Lindsey Wood competes in the distance freestyle competition during a meet against St. Louis University on Oct. 19 at the Padovan Pool.

Eric Hendrix, Swim Reporter

November 14, 2018

After losing a hard fought meet against Ball State last weekend, the Eastern swim teams look to get ready for their weekend long House of Champions meet before Thanksgiving break. Freshman swimmer Jake Gleeson briefly reflected on the past meet.   “The Ball State meet was really good; I got my ...

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