It’s been 10 years since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, and Eastern commemorated the contributions made by rescuers.Read More
Dozens of students gathered together to climb 110 flights of stairs in honor of the fallen firefighters of 9/11.Read More
At 11:07 a.m. last Thursday, 200 students and faculty were evacuated from the Crabbe Library complex when the fire alarm sounded.Read More
For students carrying prior college experience in their field of study, Eastern offers a variety of options. While full degrees are not given for previously earned experience, students can opt to test out of and receive credit for specific courses.Read More
Art, the process by which creativity flows from people to convey an idea, has been taken to the maximum by one artist who said he seeks to spark conversations on everything from conflicts in the Middle East to New York City security.Read More
For the students who were a part of the ConneXtions living learning community during freshman year and seek a similar atmosphere within their dorm life, they have the opportunity to live in Walters Hall, the location of Sophomore Overdrive, a living learning community for second-year students.Read More
Student Government Association has approved its budget for the year and appropriations funds for Registered Student Organizations have been set.Read More
Alex Williams was, simply, “giving.”
As friends and family described her life, she was giving of love, support and friendship.
On Aug. 30, Williams died of complications due to progressive pneumonia, a battle she had been fighting for about a month.
April “Alex” Williams, 24, was known for always being able to brighten a mood or even an entire room with just her smile.Read More