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Community members from Eastern, Charleston petition against racist posters

Corryn Brock, News Editor

February 28, 2020

A petition was started by an Eastern student demanding the university to take more action regarding the recent white power propaganda found on campus. As of Thursday night, the petition had reached 1,300 online signatures. The petition was started by junior sociology major Siobhan Doherty Wednesday night following more propaganda being found at Eastern and th...

Veterans Day ceremony honors with a bang

T.J. Prater, a sophomore commuication studies major and student veteran, talks about his military experience during the Veterans Day ceremony in the Cougill Foyer of Old Main on Wednesday. Prater asked those in attendance to,

Mackenzie Freund, City Editor

November 11, 2015

The annual Veterans Day ceremony ended with a bang after the three volleys were fired off by the cadets of the Eastern Army ROTC Cannon Crew Wednesday morning at Old Main. The volleys were followed by “Taps,” played by Michael Eckardt, a music major and trumpet player. Cadet Jacob Trigleth,...

President Glassman assures Eastern won’t close in spring

Staff Brief

November 4, 2015

Eastern president David Glassman emailed students and faculty Wednesday morning after what he says is a “rumor” re-surfaced regarding the statement he made during a state budget hearing, implying a potential university shutdown in the spring semester. A Chicago Tribune article ran the statement,...

Glassman gives State of the University address

President David Glassman addresses student, faculity, staff, and community members about budget, enrollment, and community during the State of the University Address Monday in the Dvorak Concert Hall of the Dounda Fine Arts Center.

Cassie Buchman, Administration Editor

September 29, 2015

Eastern President David Glassman said he expects the university enrollment to grow and stabilize by 2017 during his State of the University Address on Monday. Glassman also said athletics would report to the Office of the President as opposed to Student Affairs. Glassman said the transition would...

CUPB elects chair, staffs subcommittee

Cassie Buchman, Administration Editor

September 13, 2015

The Council on University Planning and Budgeting elected their chairman and staffed subcommittees at their meeting Friday. David Emmerich, the current chair of CUPB, was elected to continue serving. Kathlene Shank, the department chair of the special education program, said she did not see anything...

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