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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

Autumn Schulz is a junior sports media relations major and can be reached at 217-581-2812.

Food in collegiate press boxes needs to be more accessible

Autumn Schulz, Sports Editor September 21, 2022

Food should be served in all media press boxes during the collegiate football season and if food is not provided, those traveling to the respective stadium should be made aware well in advance so that...

Kate Stevens is a senior sports media relations major. and can be reached at 217-581-2812.

Ranking the foods in NFL stadiums I want to try someday

Kate Stevens, Assistant Sports Editor September 21, 2022

Food and football are two of the biggest things that bring people in America together. Sports stadiums in general are known for their crazy food products that they sell at games, but I want to focus on...

COLUMN: Self-care shouldnt be a luxury

COLUMN: Self-care shouldn’t be a luxury

Killeen Reidy, Columnist November 8, 2021

Self-care has been a popular topic in media for quite a few years now, but what is it? You might associate it with face masks and bubble baths, but it doesn’t have to be. In reality, self-care is just...

Destiny Blanchard

COLUMN: Check out Kasabi Hibachi and Sushi on Wheels

Destiny Blanchard, Columnist September 16, 2021

As someone who is used to living in places with a seemingly endless variety of foods, one of my complaints about Charleston is its lack of variation when it comes to restaurant options. We do have a...

Luz Stanislawek (left), freshman pre physical therapy major, Brianna King (middle), a freshman criminology major, and Margaret McNellis, a freshman special education major, enjoy lunch together on Thursday afternoon at the Food Court in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. King decided to stop by at the lunch table after seeing Stanislawek and McNellis eating lunch.

FEATURE PHOTO: Chatting and chewing

Melissa Jabek, Photographer February 21, 2020

Luz Stanislawek (left), freshman pre physical therapy major, Brianna King (middle), a freshman criminology major, and Margaret McNellis, a freshman special education major, enjoy lunch together on Thursday...

STAFF EDITORIAL: Don’t dream of holidays; live them

Staff Editorial November 22, 2019

 Can you imagine it?  Passing by relieved pupils with happy faces in the halls, packing your things for a great trip and making the drive back home in the cold of November. A relief from the tumult...

Be grateful that you have food

Dillan Schorfheide, Sports Editor October 28, 2019

So often, people take the food available to them for granted. I am guilty of this too. All I have to do is drive to the store and pick out what things I want to eat and put a little plastic card into...

Food assistance available in Coles County

Abby Lee, Staff Reporter August 22, 2019

The areas of Charleston and Mattoon have several food pantries available for anyone in need of them. There is one in Charleston called the Standing Stone Community Center and goes hand in hand with...

Cooking meals at home has many benefits

Jessica Stewart, Columnist June 23, 2019

When was the last time you ate a home-cooked meal? Did you cook it, or did someone else cook it for you? Learning how to cook is an essential life skill because we all have to eat. Cooking at home has...

Winners chosen for Edible Book Festival

Valentina Vargas, Multicultural Reporter April 8, 2019

Colorful cakes and festive fruits representing popular children’s and young adult books were on display for the ninth annual Edible Book Festival Monday, kicking off the 2019 National Library Week celebration. This...

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