The Daily Eastern News

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, students can still drop them at no cost until Jan. 18, according to Eastern’s academic calendar. T...

Cheers to the start of a new semester

Megan Keane, Columnist

January 9, 2019

Welcome back, Panthers! I hope everybody’s first week back wasn’t too stressful. I wouldn’t describe mine as profusely stressful, per se. I also wouldn’t describe it as exactly overwhelming, but I also wouldn’t say I’m underwhelmed. I started my week, probably the way most of us did, by worryi...

Academy of Lifelong Learning holding non-credit classes this school year

Brooke Schwartz, News Editor

August 27, 2018

The Academy of Lifelong Learning is a department in the School of Extended Learning which hosts different non-credit classes throughout the school year and summer. The classes, according to the academy’s website, are either free or of low cost and are open to any adult who is interested. According ...

Class is still in session; don’t clock out yet

Staff Editorial

March 6, 2018

It is so close we can almost taste it. Spring break. But before we can jump for joy, pack our bags and leave our lives at school behind to take a break from the ever-looming pressure, loads of homework and sense of responsibility, we still have a few days separating us from this escape. And...

Classrooms should be a safe space

Staff Editorial

January 30, 2018

Just as students are told “there are no stupid questions,” it is also important for students to be told that there are no stupid feelings. In an article from Tuesday’s edition of The Daily Eastern News, graduate students will be a hosting a workshop called “What I Wish My Professor Knew” du...

No classes on Monday

Staff Report

January 12, 2018

There will be no classes at Eastern on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. In addition, The Daily Eastern News will not print on Monday. It will return to its regular publication schedule on Tuesday. Both Booth Library and the Gregg Technology Center are closed. However, the technology center w...

Power through the cycle, prioritize education and experience

Staff Editorial

October 25, 2017

Classes are important. They often open people’s eyes to different ways of thinking as well as help them develop skills that are needed to succeed in whatever field they choose. Education is life-changing, but not all lessons can be taught in classes. While classes provide the foundational concepts,...

No class on Labor Day

Staff Report

August 31, 2017

There will be no classes or issue of The Daily Eastern News this Monday in observance of Labor Day. The Booth Library will also be closed Sunday and Monday. The Food Court in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union will conduct its normal hours Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It will be open ...

Free photography classes at the Tarble Arts Center

Kennedy Nolen, Contributing Reporter

November 10, 2016

Idaho native Eli Craven taught himself photography as a teen. Now he and the Tarble Arts Center are teaming up to teach others with a free photo class for people 11 and older. The class will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning Tuesday and going through Thursday Dec. 15 in the...

CAA approves new psychology courses

Samuel Nusbaum, Administration Reporter

September 2, 2016

The Council on Academic Affairs voted to approve two new psychology courses Thursday. The two courses are psychology 3760, Psychology of Judgment and Decision Making, and psychology 4810, Neuropsychopharmacology. The CAA heard arguments about why these courses should take place from psychology...

CAA to vote on course proposals

Samuel Nusbaum, Administration Editor

August 31, 2016

  The Council on Academic Affairs will be looking at a pair of potential new classes at their next meeting. The two classes are PSY 3760, the Psychology of Judgment and Decision Making, and PSY 4810, Neuropsychopharmacology. PSY 3760 is about how individuals make decisions and the processes...

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