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

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

The Daily Eastern News

Campus closed for fall break

Campus closed for fall break

Ryan Meyer, Multimedia Reporter October 13, 2021

Friday’s classes are canceled as this weekend is Eastern’s Fall Break, and there are going to be some changes in the hours of operation for some of the university’s dining halls and other facilities. According...

EDITORIAL: Visit Hungarian Uprising exhibit

EDITORIAL: Visit Hungarian Uprising exhibit

Editorial Staff October 13, 2021

There is currently an exhibit on campus that can teach Eastern students about world history, but in fact represents something even more important. An exhibit opened Monday in Booth Library that details...

THROUGH THE LENS: The Hungarian Uprising at 65: An Exhibit

Jessica Nantes and Rob Le Cates October 11, 2021

  The 1956 Hungarian Uprising was a revolt by the Hungarians against the ruling Communist Party and Soviet led policies which crippled Hungary after World War 2. Over 100,000 Hungarian citizens...

Booth to open exhibit on Hungarian uprising

Booth to open exhibit on Hungarian uprising

Corryn Brock, Editor-in-Chief October 10, 2021

An exhibit on the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 will open at Booth Library on Monday at 5 p.m. Issues leading up to the uprising began in October 1956, “when thousands of protesters took to the streets...

Ellen Dooley

COLUMN: The best study places on campus

Ellen Dooley, Columnist October 6, 2021

With midterms coming up, you probably need to study. The problem is where to study though! Your dorm may have some noisy neighbors or slamming doors. There are plenty of cool spaces to buckle down and...

Raven Ramsey, senior construction management major and Katherine Farrell, a graduate student studying sociology, cut wood in a project for the Construction Club.

Construction Club builds connections between students

Kyara Morales-Rodriguez, Associate News Editor October 3, 2021

Construction Club is a service-based registered student organization that helps students learn the skills they need in a career in construction. It started as a way to create an environment where students...

Lynsey Steffen, a senior biological sciences major, attends the Booth Library book sale that’s under the clock tower.

$2 per bag library clean-out book sale

Ethan Schobernd, Campus Reporter September 15, 2021

Booth Library’s book sale was by the clock tower outside the library from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday. The sale included a plethora of books with a diverse selection of genres, including books on...

Danielle Lindblad, a graduate student studying exercise science looks through the religious section. Lindblad was trying to find a Koran but was unable to find one but continued to look through the books to see what she can find.

Booth Library to host book sale

Ethan Schobernd , Campus Reporter September 14, 2021

Booth Library is running a book sale in the courtyard around the clock tower from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday.   Janice Derr, head of acquisition services, is the main coordinator of the event....

Faculty Senate talks new technology

Faculty Senate talks new technology

Madelyn Kidd, Managing Editor September 14, 2021

The Faculty Senate announced new computers and laptops along with bids to replace Booth Library’s North steps at their meeting Tuesday. With multiple outdated and failing computers, the University purchased...

Booth receives $50K grant for programs

Booth receives $50K grant for programs

Helena Edwards, Opinions Editor September 2, 2021

Booth Library received a grant in August for $50,000 from the Office of Broadband Regional Engagement for Adoption + Digital Equity (READY) program in order to develop digital literacy programs for surrounding...

Gianna Angiulo, a senior art major, looks through the book stacks for an interesting read in Booth Library on Monday afternoon. Angiulo said she enjoyed reading but stopped because she did not have enough time.

FEATURE PHOTO: Cooking the books

Elizabeth Wood, Photo Editor January 13, 2020

Gianna Angiulo, a senior art major, looks through the book stacks for an interesting read in Booth Library on Monday afternoon. Angiulo said she enjoyed reading but stopped because she did not have enough time.

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