The Daily Eastern News

FEATURE PHOTO: Remembering loved ones

FEATURE PHOTO: Remembering loved ones

Raine Zhu, Photographer

May 19, 2019

Larry Ankenbrand, a retired KSS professor, strokes the name slate belonging to his wife, Maureen, Sunday afternoon at the Commemorative Courtyard. Ankenbrand said his wife died several months ago, so he likes to come the courtyard to visit and remember her. He said he has been living in Charleston...

Reflecting on religion after death, turmoil

Logan Raschke, Editor-in-Chief

May 13, 2019

A lot of horrible things happened to me these past couple weeks. On April 29 at night, my mother's birthday, I got a call from my father--a call I've been dreading since the beginning of the Spring 2019 semester. A call I've been dreading for most of my life, come to think of it. My father called...

Humor in the face of loss

Abigail Carlin, Columnist

December 7, 2017

On the Tuesday of Thanksgiving break, I received some heartbreaking news. My grandmother had suffered a massive stroke and was being flown from her sleepy Arkansas home to Memphis for treatment. My mother and I drove all evening through the morning and we arrived with enough time to say good-bye....

Column: Byron’s life, legacy touch entire campus community

Rashod Whitaker, Contributing Writer

May 1, 2017

I was not Byron Edingburg’s best friend, nor was I his favored companion. I was more like his frequent associate my sophomore year. I had seen him around on campus passing by, heading towards Old Main as I walked into Thomas Hall. He was immediately recognizable with his fuzzy facial hair and slim...

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