The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

Sasha Redmond, a freshman theatre major, poses for a picture outside the Union Monday afternoon. Mond said Eastern has done a good job with addressing mental health. You know, some of us are working, some of us have other responsibilities, Mond said. But I do feel like administration really puts us first as people instead of just, you know, as students.

Students comment on how admin address mental health

Rob Le Cates, Assistant Photo Editor April 13, 2022

Tise Ogundeji, a freshman computer and information technology major, poses for a picture in Lawson Hall Monday afternoon. Ogundeji said that although he doesn't have any mental illnesses himself, and...

Faculty Senate Chair, Todd Bruns opens the Faculty Senate meeting with the executive reports at Tuesday afternoon. This meeting, the Senate talked about the recent mental health days and the recent Board of Trustees meeting.

Faculty Senate talks campus mental health

Luke Taylor, News Editor November 30, 2021

Faculty senate discussed the pre-Thanksgiving mental health days held on campus during its meeting Tuesday. Members of the senate raised concern about the late notice given to professors about not having...

EDITORIAL: Bringing awareness to suicide during recent challenges

EDITORIAL: Bringing awareness to suicide during recent challenges

Editorial Board November 3, 2021

We at the Daily Eastern News want to encourage students, now more than ever, to be willing to reach out and talk to others about what they’re going through. Seasonal changes are difficult for many...

Breathing exercises help students relax, deal with stress

Breathing exercises help students relax, deal with stress

Kyara Morales-Rodriguez, Associate News Editor October 25, 2021

“Inhale, one, two, three, four, five. Exhale, one, two, three, four, five,” Ann Coddington, an art professor, said in a soft voice, helping guide a group of students through breathing exercises Monday...

Load More Stories