There is a science to campus events —apparently. High attendance at on-campus events seem to be hit and miss, but more toward the miss side lately. The events seem to generate no excitement, no buzz and because of that, no people.Read More
Category: Progress Editorials
Much like the orcs of Middle Earth, Eastern Kentucky University has gruesome human-like creatures that roam within its borders. These trolls, unlike those found on the Internet, must not be fed at all costs.Read More
Administration let students know change was coming but few could have expected how quickly the area in front of McGregor Hall would begin its transformation.Read More
One of the most perplexing mysteries in transportation history occurred two weeks ago, and still no answers have been uncovered as to what happened.Read More
By KALEIGH UNDERWOOD firstname.lastname@example.org. Moving is hard. You pack all of your belongings into suitcases, boxes, even garbage bags to haul from point A to point B with various loading and unloading points in between. Then when you finally get everything to the new destination, you have to complete the task of unpacking all the suitcases, boxes and bags and organizing all your possessions into their new places in your home. Moving in the middle of the semester however, is even harder. Try doing all the packing and lugging, all while trying to stay on top of coursework. Even...Read More
Is it possible for there to be too much information for the public to consume? Eastern is grappling with the question after an alert was sent out via public safety to every Eastern student and parent who had been signed up for the alerts beforehand, letting everyone know of a possible situation that was developing in our small college town.Read More
Richmond city officials seem to finally understand fact: Students are here to stay.
Last week members of the Student Government Association, President Michael Benson and Richmond Mayor Jim Barnes invited the student body to attend an open forum allowing students the chance to weigh in with suggestions on the future of downtown Richmond.
Funding for state universities and colleges has been on a drastic downward slope since 2008. Does this mean state funded universities may eventually be a thing of the past? As state funding dwindles, public institutions may end up mirroring private institutions as these schools struggle to fill the gap.Read More
It looked a lot less like Richmond and a lot more like Fargo, N.D., when cold temperatures and snow invaded our otherwise mild winter on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
As students battled the cold, icy conditions, many probably pondered why Eastern’s campus was still open. Conditions were bad enough to close Madison and Fayette County schools, leaving many students, faculty and staff scrambling to find childcare. So why didn’t Eastern close?Read More