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Students, community members march for unity against hate

Students gather in front of Old Main during Wednesday’s unity march. Instead of walking downtown, the group stayed on campus to promote their message to fellow students.

Austen Brown, Staff Reporter

March 12, 2020

Following the incident involving racial hate posters that were found around campus, dozens of Eastern students, faculty and Charleston residents participated in a walkout on Wednesday to portray a message of unity among ethnicities. According to the details of the event on Facebook, the purpose of the w...

Editorial: March is the time to job search

Staff Editorial

March 3, 2019

March has begun, and spring is closing in fast. While that hopefully means better weather, it also means for all of us that it is time to take the next step in our lives: careers. This is the time of year when your laptops and emails need to be full of applications and emails for jobs. That is, if...

Students march against sexual violence at ‘Take Back the Night’

Imani Ryan, a sophomore family and consumer sciences major, holds up her “No Means No” poster during Take Back the Night on Tuesday evening.

Olivia Swenson-Hultz , Associate News Editor

April 24, 2018

Students gathered at the Doudna Steps to speak up against sexual violence at “Take Back the Night” on Tuesday evening. Organized by Sexual Assault Counseling and Information Service and EIU FEM, students wrote their feelings and facts about sexual violence in chalk on the Doudna Steps and proceeded...

Take Back the Night march to support survivors of sexual violence

Precious Williams, Contributing Writer

April 23, 2018

Marchers and organizers of Take Back the Night aim to show support for survivors of sexual violence and make their voices heard at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday starting at the Doudna Steps. Alana Reinhardt, the president of EIU FEM and a junior public relations major, said this march allows survivors of sexual...

March to show solidarity among those who feel marginalized by bans, wall

Analicia Haynes, Online Editor

February 7, 2017

In response to the recent immigration ban and plans to build a wall dividing Mexico and the United States, the College Democrats will host a march to stand in solidarity with international students and others who feel unwelcome because of President Donald Trump’s actions since taking office. The...

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