The Daily Eastern News

We need to teach youth not to bully

Katelyn Eddington, Columnist

March 6, 2020

The other night, my favorite 13-year-old ever called me and said, “Kaka, all my so-called friends are talking bad about me behind my back.”  Of course, me being her older sister, I wanted to handle this on my own; however, knowing that her friends have done this off and on since they started ju...

EDITORIAL: Advertising to children is wrong

Staff Editorial

January 23, 2020

Advertising and branding are both highly prevalent in the U.S. Too often, we see individuals buying specific clothing or other items, simply because they are the new trend and they have been advertised all over the media. In the U.S., it is legal to create advertisements that are geared toward chil...

Be safe this Halloween

Staff Editorial

October 31, 2018

It’s finally Halloween: a time where all these beautiful college-aged fiends find an excuse to dress up as a favorite 2018 meme and drink more than our fair share of “witch’s brew” on a Wednesday night. Ah yes, a time for parties, 10-minute make-it- yourself costumes and green colored punch th...

Charleston Carnegie Public Library to host children’s activities

Staff Report

January 8, 2018

The Charleston Carnegie Public Library will host a series of programs this week for children of various ages. The first event, an Astronomy Night, will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the library’s parking lot if the sky is clear. Telescopes will be set up for participants to use, with a guided viewing...

Charleston Library hosts events for children

Staff Report

January 9, 2017

Staff Report | @DEN_News People can see the stars at Astronomy Night in the Charleston Carnegie Public Library. The next one will take place at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17 if the sky is clear. If it is not clear, the next meeting will be at the same time Tuesday, Jan.24. Telescopes will be set...

Carnegie Library hosts programs for children

Abbey Whittington, Associate News Editor

September 9, 2016

Charleston’s Carnegie Library will be hosting several programs this month for Eastern students and community members. According to a press release, five programs are offered this month at the library including Pre-School Story Time, Lego My Library, Mrs. Senior’s Fact and Fiction: Apples, Books...

Local children can receive free meals during summer season

Local children can receive free meals during summer season

Amanda Wilkinson, Online Editor

June 12, 2014

Children in Charleston and Ashmore can receive free meals throughout the summer as part of the Summer Meal Program, facilitated by the Student Community Service Office and the Mattoon Salvation Army. Rachel Fisher, the director of student community service, said the meal program is a way to provide...

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