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Career Services helps students think future goals

Gillian Eubanks, Staff Reporter

February 25, 2020

Students at Eastern who are struggling with their majors can reach out to Career Services to receive career counseling. Career Services offers many resources to students to help them find the career that fits them. Bobbi Kingery, the director of Career Services, said “it is never too late to start figuring it out.” At Career Servi...

Students develop skills at mock interviews

Leah Goldstein, Contributing Writer

February 5, 2019

Career Services held a mock interview workshop for students Tuesday in the Human Services Building. For the workshop, Career Services brought in local professionals who also attend the career fair to help students build their confidence and professionalism as they prepare to enter the workforce. Students...

Stay optimistic about the future

Tom O'Connor, Columnist

September 5, 2018

The contours of any one person’s highs and lows do not adhere to an easy to follow course of development, nor will they ever be predictable. For juniors and seniors in college, it can be quite easy to be pessimistic about future endeavors, feeling as though you have already reached that proverbial...

College degrees offer more than a job

Staff Editorial

February 14, 2018

We think it is pretty safe to say that college students want a job after they graduate. The Daily Eastern News editorial board does not anticipate many angry emails disputing this fact in our inboxes tomorrow. It is also pretty safe to say that in this day and age, going to a 4-year university is al...

Abnormal is not absurd

Chrissy Miller, News Editor

October 3, 2017

When people find out I am an elementary education major, they become inquisitive. I have gotten everything from, “Why do you write for The Daily Eastern News?” to “You do not seem like the teaching type,” to even a look of dismissal. After all, those who cannot do, teach, right? For me, th...

Admitted Student Day informs potential Panthers

Dr. Britto Nathan, biological science professor, shows admitted students his lab in the Life Sciences building Monday morning. Nathan explains how he does experiments with students and typically examines the brain. Parents and students were given a chance to ask about Nathan’s research experience with Alzheimer's disease.

Loren Dickson, Entertainment Reporter

February 20, 2017

It is the time of the year again when prospective students are on campus to decide if Eastern is a place they want to call home. Monday was Admitted Student Day on campus, where potential students and their families got a chance to meet faculty members and discuss their future at Eastern. They...

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