The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

COLUMN: Tips for staying sane in sickness alone

COLUMN: Tips for staying sane in sickness alone

Elise Keane, Columnist September 15, 2021

Adulting is a phrase we’ve heard a lot. It’s the art of being an adult. Whether it’s paying bills or buying groceries, we are more accountable for ourselves more than ever. It can be really...

Eastern responds to coronavirus

Analicia Haynes, Senior Reporter March 11, 2020

With universities across the country canceling classes or switching instruction to online format, Eastern has been responding to what the World Health Organization is calling a pandemic. The Coronavirus,...

Have common sense; prevent illness

Dillan Schorfheide, Sports Editor March 9, 2020

OK, people, common sense check: If you are told to self-quarantine, that does not mean go out and risk spreading the coronavirus to others. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Monday that the first case...

View health as a priority this year

Karena Ozier, Columnist January 14, 2019

On average, the typical person visits the doctor four times in a year. I am not the average person. I couldn’t tell you the last time I visited the doctor because it has been so long—until recently. I...

Reach out to family, friends when possible

Logan Raschke, News Editor January 14, 2019

I’m the kind of person who hardly ever gets sick or injured. With that being said, I am quite clumsy, and you can imagine my horror and shock when I fractured my ankle in the stupidest way possible. I...

Temperatures fall, student illness rises

Thaija Evans, Verge Designer September 27, 2016

Gruesome coughs, falling leaves and chilly nights are finally here as the fall season blooms. Allergies and the common cold linger around campus, spreading from student to student. Sheila Baker,...

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