Eastern Students March to End Rape Culture Nabi De Angulo ('14 alum), Michelle Gutierrez ('15) and Jordan Float march in streets of Philadelphia to raise awareness about rape culture.
(Campus) Clubbed to Death Overextending yourself in club involvement may result in higher levels of stress and fatigue, as well as lower grades in your classes.
Feeling Trendy? It's a touchdown for senior biblical studies major Doug Kennedy, who celebrates by Tebowing in front of the Eagle.
Dance like Nobody’s Watching Dancers practice for the senior recital in February.
Features Ode to Fall

Ode to Fall

A creative writing piece Fall is a pumpkin spice latte Happiness in a cup Fall is curling up by a bonfire Enclosed in a thick, warm hoodie Fall is the lily-padded pond, the old stone The gurgling streams Of my university Fall is the birdsong and the crunchy leaves A […]

A&E Upcoming Eastern Arts Events

Upcoming Eastern Arts Events

The Fine Arts Festival: Oct. 10 at 8pm With performances from the dance and music departments. The Seagull: Nov. 12-16 Written by Anton Chekhov Chekhov meets Magritte in this surrealist infused take on a classic play addressing the meaning of art, life and love. Winter Music Festival: Nov. 21 and […]


Got Milk? Bad Idea.

Sometime in your life, you’ve probably been given a tall glass of cow’s milk and encouraged to drink up because “milk builds strong bones.” This notion was probably reinforced by doctors, teachers and parents who were taking care that you developed into a strong, healthy adult. But what if your […]

Sports The Cross Country team gathers before practice.

For Cross Country, Best is Yet to Come

The cross country team has battled unseasonably hot race weather en route to several solid performances. And according to coach Michael Wilson, the best is yet to come from this group. “Throughout September and a good chunk of October, we carry a lot of fatigue with us into races,” he […]