The Daily Eastern News

RISE Chat panel talks college race issues

Zoë Donovan, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2019

Eastern students learned about race issues from several different perspectives Monday night, courtesy of six panelists at the event. Outside of the Buzzard auditorium, a mix of students, faculty and community members mingled over pizza and soda, provided by Eastern President David Glassman’s office,...

FEATURE PHOTO: Pondering over pronouns

FEATURE PHOTO: Pondering over pronouns

Nayeli I. Vazquez, Photographer

October 14, 2019

Sam Hennegan (far left), a sophomore double majoring in English and philosophy, Alex Mullin (left), a sophomore majoring in mathematicians education, Liz Wilson (right), a senior majoring in 2D studio art and Grase Osborn (far right), a senior majoring in biological sciences, lead a Safety Open Discussion...

RISE Chat to talk inclusivity in higher education

Zoë Donovan, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2019

Eastern students and faculty can attend RISE Chat: Race and Our Society for free on Monday to learn about increasing inclusivity on campus. It takes place at 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Buzzard Auditorium. The chat follows MEI’s annual Reaching Inclusivity for Student Excellence Conference that took place...

LGBTQ+ discussion slated for Wednesday

Hannah Shillo, Associate News Editor

October 8, 2019

LGBTQ+ individuals will share their experiences in the workplace at a panel Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Charleston/Mattoon room of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. The Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity and Career Services are sponsoring the “Out @ Work” panel as part of Gender and...

PSA talk about Trump orders

Analicia Haynes, Online Editor

February 6, 2017

  A panel detailing the recent executive orders and calls made by President Donald Trump since his arrival into office will take place 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Roberson Auditorium of Lumpkin Hall. Kate Arnold, president of the Political Science Association, said the panel is non-partisan. “(It...

Panel to highlight budget impasse

Mallory Kutnick, Campus Reporter

January 31, 2017

EDIT: A previous edition of this article cited a claim from a Center for Tax and Budget Accountability website with a misleading statistic about Monetary Award Program grants for 2016, saying that they were cut by 53.5% in FY16. The article should have said that while MAP grants were technically only...

Students look to the past to move forward

Luis Martinez, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2014

Students prepare to talk about the need for a new social movement, while revisiting the past in an upcoming discussion panel, at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Room 4440 in Booth Library. The panel, “Revisiting the Civil Rights Movements of the 1960’s” is part of the Revolutionary Decade series at Booth. Felix ...

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