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DEN at Home: Letter from Jose “Kyle” Ignalaga

DEN at Home: Letter from Jose

Jose Ignalaga

April 21, 2020

My name is Jose Leo Carmona Ignalaga, but my friends call me Kyle. Currently, I am a second semester junior, and I am a computer information technology major as well as a digital media minor. Prior to the quarantine, I recall having a routine that kept me active, healthy and quite punctual, in the...

EDITORIAL: Enjoy what we have to offer at Eastern

Staff Editorial

August 18, 2019

For those of you who are just stepping on campus and beginning your education here at Eastern, there are so many activities you can partake in and enjoy. We at The Daily Eastern News want everyone to take everything in and experience everything that the school has to offer. No matter what your intere...

Get involved, stay involved in campus activities

Staff Editorial

August 21, 2018

Being at Eastern is more than just going to class, eating, sleeping and then repeating all of that. It seems as though some of us are scared to leave our comfort zone or are scared to overcome insecurities and just take the leap into something that would actually benefit us. Naturally, the “somethi...

Students look forward to Spring Break

Andrew Paisley, Campus Reporter

March 7, 2018

As the first half of the semester comes to a close, students are excited for spring break and the activities they plan to take part in. Kelli Slagel, a junior elementary education major, plans to spend her break at home with family and friends. “I know my mom is planning to do a lot of activities...

Students ‘rumble’ into Homecoming

Emonie Jordan (left), a senior kinesiology and sports studies major and the Homecoming Kickoff Activities co- chair, and Caroline Chrzanowska (right), a senior early childhood education major and the other Homecoming Kickoff Activities co-chair, call out raffle numbers at “Rumble in the Jungle” Monday afternoon in the Library Quad. “I think this was a great idea, I think the execution of it was perfect,” Jordan said. “I think what we have right now is really great, a lot of people are having fun. They’re staying to play the games, and they’re staying to win prizes.”

Brooke Schwartz and Chrissy Miller

October 16, 2017

Students expressed excitement on the kick off day of Homecoming. Erika Murray, a sustainable energy graduate student, said her excitement over Homecoming has changed over her years in college. “In undergrad, I went to a bigger school so our homecoming was just crazy,” Murray said. “Eastern...

ROC fest starts with a board game tournament

Residents of Lincoln Hall decide where to put a letter during a game of Bananagrams.

Cassie Buchman, Editor-in-chief

September 25, 2017

Students could feel the friendly competition in the air as Residents on Campus fest started Monday evening with “Tournament Night,” a part of its 2017 “Panther Family Game Night” theme. Throughout the University Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union, students played a life-size...

Students find different ways to make time fly

Datasia Lenton, Verge Reporter

August 25, 2016

Students around campus have no problem with finding ways to keep busy and most importantly, have fun. With the various Registered Student Organizations on campus and finding personal hobbies, there are more than enough events and activities for students to invest their time in. Aaliyah Stephen,...

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