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Music reflects astronomers’ contributions

Jenny Brown, a trumpet instuctor, and Will Porter, a trombone instructor, perform one of the five movements from “Celestial Suite” Wednesday afternoon at Booth Library. The five movements each highlight an astronomer or physicist.

Melissa Jabek, Contributing Writer

March 27, 2019

Eastern’s brass quintet blasted the audience away with “Celestial Suite,” a piece featuring five individual movements, in conjunction with Booth Library’s exhibit “On the Shoulders of Giants: The Moon and Beyond.” There were five movements in the piece composed by James Stephenson; ea...

RSO offers education, seeks signatures on climate change

Chelsea Picken, an english grad student, and Doris Nordin watch as Marissa Damore, a junior family and consumer sciences major signs a letter to Donald Trump, asking him to consider the importance of climate change awareness. “Alot of people don’t think climate change is a big issue but there’s lots of evidence that it’s destroying the planet. Donald Trump needs to be aware that his actions are affecting the planet” say Damore.

Leon Mire, Associate News Editor

March 27, 2017

Members of Students for Peace and Justice set up a table in the Library Quad Monday to educate students on climate change and gather signatures for a petition to President Donald Trump. The petition calls for Trump to honor the Paris Agreement, which sets international standards for greenhouse gas...

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