The Daily Eastern News

Coffee is one influential drink

Alyssa Cravens, Staff Reporter

July 16, 2019

I didn’t like coffee—at least, not at first. It took several years of drinks littered with sugar and the slightest coffee taste to slowly build myself up to a point where I could drink it any other way. Today, I find myself craving the bitter taste, hot or cold, in the morning, noon or night;...

Eastern celebrates Chinese New Year

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A student decorates a lantern at the Chinese New Year celebration Tuesday evening in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union.

Valentina Vargas, Multicultural Reporter

February 5, 2019

“Happy New Year” was the phrase heard all throughout the night for the Chinese Lunar New Year. The Chinese Students and Scholars, Asian American Association and University Board celebrated in a get-together with students at the Chinese Lunar New Year at the University Ballroom in Martin Luther...

Everyone should try watching a foreign Netflix show

Kate Rehwinkel, Columnist

February 5, 2019

Last week, I went to German Club to watch a German Netflix Original television show called "Babylon Berlin." The show takes place in 1929 in Berlin. The main character is Gereon Rath, a police inspector who was transferred to Berlin from Cologne. Rath is a World War I veteran and suffers from PTSD. He...

Let kids be happy, dress up how they want for Halloween

Jessica Stewart, Columnist

October 31, 2018

It’s that time of year again: the time where everyone gets offended over children dressing up as their favorite people for Halloween. I’ll never understand why people get so bent out of shape about children dressing up as someone of a different race or a different gender. I see so many Faceb...

Research other cultures; understand them

Jordan Boyer, Photo Editor

October 16, 2018

Currently I am taking an English class here at Eastern as an elective for one of my minors, and the class emphasizes the difference between western individualism and eastern collectivism. In the class curriculum, we read literature from the west and the east and discern the cultural difference betwee...

Make an effort to learn about different cultures, groups

Staff Editorial

March 26, 2018

Here at The Daily Eastern News, we value the diversity of the students on campus. The array of differences present in our community is what makes Eastern a unique and culturally-stimulating university to attend. Despite this, in our society people are still condemned for wanting to live in solida...

Speaker discusses ‘Chile’s Woodstock’

Professor Patrick Barr-Melej (center), talks with C.C Wharram (left) the director of humanities center and Eastern President David Glassman (right) before he gives a lecture on his book “Psychedelic Chile” Tuesday night in Lumpkin Hall.

Kaitlyn Ebert, Contributing Writer

March 20, 2018

Patrick Barr-Melej, a history professor at Ohio University, spoke about sex, drugs and rock n’ roll Tuesday night in the Lumpkin Lecture Hall. His book “Psychedelic Chile: Youth, Counterculture, and Politics on the Road to Socialism and Dictatorship” is about “Chile’s Woodstock,” the landmark...

Students express ideas about African-American Heritage Month

Carmen Emanuel, Contributing Writer

February 27, 2018

As the month of February comes to an end, students at Eastern expressed how they feel about African-American Heritage Month. “I have a lot of respect for the people that have sacrificed their time, their opportunity and their lives with the goal of helping us today to get to where we are to succeed...

Let cultural differences unite us

Staff Editorial

February 19, 2018

America, for a long time, has had all kinds of people entering its borders, from all walks of life, trying to make a new start for themselves. This includes people from many different cultures, who speak a variety of different languages. Even with this being the case, some people still think it...

Pantherpalooza a showcase for Eastern interests

Analicia Haynes, Managing Editor

January 17, 2018

Students from all walks of life piled into the Grand Ballroom Wednesday afternoon to share common interests and take a chance to sign up for new adventures during this year’s Pantherpalooza. Music, loud laughter and an array of voices spilled out from behind the ballroom doors in the Martin Luther...

Day of the Dead to teach culture, celebrate life

Kennedy Nolen, Multicultural Reporter

October 30, 2017

Latino registered student organizations will turn the Grand Ballroom into a fiesta for Día de los Muertos from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. Although this coincides with the American holiday of Halloween, Julisa Bautista, president of the Latin American...

Event celebrates Muslim Americans

Leon Mire, Copy Editor

October 9, 2016

“The Other 1%: Muslims in America” will highlight the experiences of Muslim Americans 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday evening in the University Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. Hosted by the University Board, the evening will feature a presentation by storyteller and comedian Aman...

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