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The Daily Eastern News

The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

Chynna Miller

Chynna Miller, Photo Editor (Fall 2015)

Hey. My name is Chynna Miller and I’m the photo editor. I am a senior theatre arts major. I’m short, I have curly hair, I sing opera, I do sketch comedy, and I like pandas.

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Kevin Greaves, a sophomore physics major, plays a game of bowling on Wednesday at EIU Lanes in the Martin Luther King Jr., University Union.

Feature Photo: Let ’em roll

Chynna Miller, Photo Editor
December 2, 2015
Kelasia Karmikal, of Champaign, Ill., performs a routine in a self-made gown at the Diva Drag Show: Greek Gods and Goodesses on Monday in the Grand Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union.

[Photo] Drag show engages audience

T'Nerra Butler, Multicultural Editor
October 26, 2015
Jeremy McConnaha, a Mattoon resident, performs with this acoustic guitar for the Open Mic Night on Friday at Bob’s Bookstore. It was McConnaha’s first time performing at the bookstore.

[Photo] Local musician rocks out open mic

Luis Martinez, Entertainment Editor
September 7, 2015
Ashley Howard, a senior communication studies major, and Kathryn McIntosh a senior kinesiology and sports studies major, holds up the Delta Sigma Theta hand sign during their performance with their sorority at the Meet the Greeks yardshow Thursday near the steps of the Dounda Fine Arts Center.

[Photo] D9 yard show unifies, pays homage

T'Nerra Butler, Multicultural Editor
September 3, 2015
PRIDE

[Photo] Pride president makes goals clear

T'Nerra Butler, Multicultural Editor
August 27, 2015
Philip Blank, a junior kinesiology and sports studies major, fills out a form to purchase his parking permit Wednesday in the Eastern Illinois University Police Department.

[Photo] First week parking woes

T'Nerra Butler, Multicultural Editor
August 19, 2015
 
President Bill Perry and his wife, Linda, talk with Eastern’s current student body President Reginald Thedford, Jr, a senior Political Science major, and next semester’s student body president, Shirmeen Ahmad, a junior journalism major, during Picnic with Prez Wednesday on the South Quad.

[Photo] Prowlin’ with Perry now a pastime

Jehad Abbed, Assistant Sports Editor
April 29, 2015

Lessons learned in college

Chynna Miller, Photo Editor
February 5, 2015
A worker puts down salt to ensures safety for walking students Monday near the Triad.

[Photo] Workers place salt strategically

Luis Martinez, Administration Editor
January 12, 2015
The Essence of a Man contestants pose for pictures after The Essence of a Man 2014 pagent in the Grand Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr., University Union. In order from left to right: Brandon Hightower, Akeem Forbes, DeVonte Dixon,  DAndre Day, and Daniel Wallace.

[Photo] New Mr. Essence crowned

Roberto Hodge, Multicultural Editor
November 21, 2014
The members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., perform during the 2014 Step show Nov. 8 in McAfee Gymnasium. Omega Psi Phi won their first step show after being off campus for nearly two decades.

[Photo] Fraternity returns after long absence

Roberto Hodge, Multicultural Editor
November 20, 2014
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Brendan Atwood, a prospective Eastern student, and his mom, Jamee Atwood, buy merchandise Monday during Open House at the Martin Luther King Jr. Union Bookstore. Jamee, a 91 Eastern alumna in the education department, talked about the differences on campus since her time at Eastern. Some of those changes included the Triad Dining Center being made into the Gregg Technology Center and the removal of the McDonalds in the Food Court in the Martin Luther King Jr. Univeristy Union.

[Photo] Open House yields greater attendance

Jarad Jarmon, Associate News Editor
November 11, 2014
 Jeniece Mitchell, a graduate student in the Department of Technology, participates in the panel during the NAACP Forum Monday in Coleman Auditorium.  Mitchell talked about the discomfort she feels when she goes to minority sanctioned events and police officers are scattered among the room.

[Photo] NAACP hosts panel to address concerns

Roberto Hodge, Multicultural Editor
November 11, 2014
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