The Daily Eastern News

Play centered on human trafficking to come to Eastern

Monique Peterson, Contributing Writer

February 27, 2020

The Newman Center and the Students for Peace and Justice will put on the free play “The True Cost: Stories of Human Trafficking” and a panel discussion Thursday with individuals who work with survivors of human trafficking. “The True Cost” is a play that “gives voice to the forgotten ones: the pe...

40 students to spend spring break giving back

Maria Ruettiger

March 7, 2019

Spring break starts March 11, and this is usually a time for people to take a break from school and enjoy their free time. However, the Newman Catholic Center has “alternative” spring break plans that involve helping others. Doris Nordin, campus minister at the Newman Catholic Center, said Alternative Spring B...

Club spreads awareness, gives back to Haiti

BreAnna Celestin, Contributing Writer

March 6, 2019

The Haiti Connections Club, founded in 1989, has taken Eastern students to Haiti to help people twice every year. The organization, supported by the Newman Catholic Center, has 10 to 12 students in it as of now. The purpose of the club is to help spread awareness and give back to the community. T...

‘Walk for a Cause’ to raise money for cancer research

Chrissy Miller, Campus Reporter

November 3, 2016

Dustin McMillan, a sophomore pre-engineering major, said he was inspired by the events organizations put on during October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and decided he had to help support the cause. The Newman Center is holding their first annual “Walk for the Cure” 9 a.m. Saturday at the...

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