What Burns My Toast… Featuring Chad Seamon What Burns My Toast… Featuring Chad Seamon
Two Sport Athlete Graham Battles Illness: Remains Positive and Optimistic Two Sport Athlete Graham Battles Illness: Remains Positive and Optimistic
Reflecting on a Semester Abroad in India Reflecting on a Semester Abroad in India
YACHT Club Participates in Vendor for a Day YACHT Club Participates in Vendor for a Day
Features

Abigail Storch Recipient of 2014 Benjamin Carr Award

The Templeton Honors College is pleased to announce that sophomore English major Abigail Storch is the winner of the annual Benjamin T. Carr Memorial Award for truth seeking in journalism and creative nonfiction. Her winning submission is entitled, “Create Your Own Culture” and was published in the November 2013 issue of […]

A&E

Steve Epting Showcases His Voice In Choir and In Competition

        Because of the relatively small size of Eastern University, talented students, not only express themselves through the arts offered on campus, but also they find ways to grow artistically outside of Eastern’s community. Hailing from Chicago, IL, Junior Steve Epting, a Music major, with a concentration in Vocals, has found […]

Opinions

World Vision Controversy: Still Loving the Least of These?

   On March 24, World Vision, a well-known Christian mission organization, made a controversial policy change.  For the first time, they would consider hiring employees that are in same-sex marriages.  But following an immediate outcry from evangelical Christians who spoke out against the move, they reversed their policy two days […]

Sports Faith on the Field: Softball Captain Emily Houck

Faith on the Field: Softball Captain Emily Houck

As America’s pastime, whether we like baseball or not, we’ve grown up with our parents and grandparents telling us stories about old players and games. Many of us can vividly remember having a catch with our dad or brothers and sisters, trying squeeze a glove as best we could. Some […]