The Daily Eastern News


February 11, 2013

Panthers set for rematch

By Alex McNamee Staff Reporter

February 7, 2013

The Eastern women’s basketball team is into the part of its schedule where it begins to play teams for a second time. Read More »...

Eastern offense tops Skyhawks

By Anthony Catezone Sports Editor

February 7, 2013

The Eastern men’s basketball team beat Tennessee-Martin 93-65 Thursday night — it was the first time the Panthers scored more than 90 points in regulation against an Ohio Valley Conference opponent since the 2002-03 season. Read More »...

Club shares competition, lessons

By Dominique DeWeese Staff Reporter

February 6, 2013

In the Charleston County Market mezzanine, Murat Aksoy can be found playing backgammon every Friday on a board hand made of brass and pearl materials. Read More »...

AIDS activist opens up on life struggles

By Bob Galuski Entertainment Editor

February 5, 2013

In the spring of 1987, Rae Lewis-Thornton received what she thought was a thank-you for donating blood, but turned out to be a letter telling her she had HIV. Read More »...

Professors debate learning goals data

By Stephanie Markham Administration Editor

February 5, 2013

Faculty Senate members debated the accuracy of the data and the implementation of the university learning goals during their meeting Tuesday. Read More »...

City council approves tax abatement

By Amanada Wilkinson City Editor

February 5, 2013

The Charleston City Council approved two resolutions on Tuesday that will abate the tax levy for two of the city’s debts. Read More »...

Chorus group sings for love, charity

By Amanda Wilkinson City Editor

February 4, 2013

The Coles County Barbershop Chorus plans to bring songs of love to others on Valentine’s Day. The group will sing two love songs and deliver a box of chocolates to anyone’s significant in the Charleston/Mattoon area. Read More »...

Column: Don’t tell me how much you hate your job

By Dominic Renzetti Opinions Editor

February 4, 2013

More often than not, jobs aren’t fun. If you have a job you enjoy, then congratulations. You’re one of the lucky ones. As for the rest of you, well, you’ve just got to deal with it, I guess. Read More »...


June 28, 2012

Eastern observatory to have public tour, Saturn viewing

Staff Report

June 28, 2012

According to a press release from the physics department, Eastern’s observatory will have a viewing of the planet Saturn at 9 p.m. Friday. Read More »...

NCAA compliance keeps Panthers clean

By Joshua Bryant Sports editor

June 28, 2012

Other Ohio Valley Conference competitors, the Jacksonville State Gamecocks, have failed to meet the Academic Progress Rate once again, the first time being in 2009 with their football program and now with their basketball team. Read More »...

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Kim Dameron