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Take some chances; make change

Blake Faith, Sports Reporter March 5, 2020

A lot can change over the course of a year. Whether it's in pop culture or an individual’s life, change is inevitable and the world is constantly moving forward.  When writing this column and thinking...

Word of advice: do not lose focus

Rayshaun Stevens, Columnist March 5, 2020

Since I’ve been back from winter break, it has been hard trying to keep myself motivated in school.  When I returned the first week, I had to go home immediately because I had surgery. After returning...

CAA tables bylaw vote until January

Logan Raschke, Managing Editor December 5, 2019

The Council on Academic Affairs tabled a bylaw change regarding the Illinois Open Meetings Act Thursday, pending review from Eastern’s counsel after The Daily Eastern News submitted an objection. Laura...

Editorial: Recharge, but stay prepared on break

Staff Editorial March 7, 2019

The long week of assignments, last-minute chores and packing before leaving Charleston has left many of us students sleep-deprived and ready for a week of fun. For some, spring break has already started....

College 101: Tips for the struggling student

Logan Raschke, News Editor January 14, 2019

The English department and Student Success Center shared advice and tips for students struggling in their classes. While the deadline to add full-term courses for the Spring 2019 semester has passed,...

Services offer academic support for student athletes

Cody Powers, Contributing Writer February 26, 2018

Though student athletes find themselves juggling two roles at Eastern, they can get help from a support system called Panther Athletic Support Services. These services are led by Cindy Almon, the director...

Homework Heroes looking for mentors

Chelsey Milligan, Contributing Writer April 10, 2017

The “Homework Heroes” tutoring program is currently looking for a diverse group of majors to help mentor others. Mentors must have a declared major, at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA and a flexible...

Open Letter: Africana studies, philosophy essential to university mission

February 2, 2017

A preview of this letter appeared in our print edition on Feb. 2nd, 2017. Dear President Glassman: We, the undersigned members of the Women’s Studies program at Eastern, protest in the strongest...

Academic Program Elimination/Reorganization review committee moves forward

Jason Hardimon, Staff Reporter January 31, 2017

The Academic Program Elimination/Reorganization Review Committee officially decided to turn its attention to a review of the philosophy department during a meeting Monday. Richard Jones, chair of the...

Committee turns full attention to philosophy

Jason Hardimon, Staff Reporter January 31, 2017

  The Academic Program Elimination/Reorganization Review Committee officially decided to turn its attention to a review of the philosophy department during a meeting Monday. Richard Jones, chair...

Column: Philosophy department vital to university

Leon Mire, Associate News Editor January 11, 2017

The recommendations from the vitalization project have recently been made available on Eastern’s website, and as soon as I learned they were public, I immediately logged in and looked for their recommendations...

Editorial: Vitalization project results still important

Staff Editorial January 11, 2017

After a long semester, with everyone nervously anticipating the results of the vitalization project, Workgroups have finally posted their recommendations online for the campus to see. While the last...

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