The Daily Eastern News

Only get engaged if you really want to

Katelyn Eddington

February 20, 2020

As I was scrolling through Facebook the other night, I kept seeing friends, colleagues and acquaintances get engaged, married or having children.   Now, I am excited for my friends and their loved ones; however, it just seems like it’s a constant trend of everybody getting engaged to get engage...

Actors talk favorite moments performing ‘I Do, I Do’

Alyssa Cravens, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2019

The hot, thick air of the Charleston Alley Theatre was cut last weekend by the punchy voices of actors Thomas MacMullen and Tenille Ulm as they portrayed Michael and Agnes in “I Do, I Do.” The musical explores the offbeat pace of life’s mediocrities and most precious moments, while shedding...

Charleston Alley Theatre presents ‘I Do, I Do’

Logan Raschke, Editor-in-Chief

May 15, 2019

“I Do, I Do,” a musical about the ups and downs of married life, is coming to the Charleston Alley Theatre this and next weekend. Director Duke Bagger said the theatre is doing something a little different for this production, and Tenille Ulm, an Eastern alumna who is playing Agnes, deserves all...

Millennial generation forgets meaning of ‘love’

Liz Stephens, Columnist

November 26, 2017

No one can deny that the term “love” has completely changed definitions and meanings during the millennial generation. Over a family dinner Sunday night, my sisters and I got into a discussion about how millennials are almost scared of love and having feelings.  I asked my stepdad Phil what he t...

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