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Eastern Kentucky University hosted an open house event celebrating the restoration and history of the Granny Richardson Springs One-Room Schoolhouse on Thursday, Sept. 9. The refurbished building, located on the far end of campus next to the Ashland Building and the College of Justice & …

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The Student Success Center has welcomed a new director this semester, Ashley Sweat. Sweat has previously worked at Eastern Kentucky University…

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The 97% is a new student organization on Eastern Kentucky University’s campus that aims to support survivors of sexual assault and sexual hara…

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This story has been updated to properly reflect that Burnam Hall is the oldest dorm on campus and that Burnam and Sullivan Hall…

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As the spring semester wraps up and graduation preparation begins, Eastern Kentucky University seniors reflect on their time as Colonels.

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Judah Schept, an associate professor in the School of Justice Studies and published author, won the “Critical Criminologist of the Year” award…

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Jacob Johnson is proud to be Appalachian and to contribute to a new textbook to help raise awareness of the region.

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Much has been said about how students have had to change how they learn during the COVID-19 pandemic, but very little has been mentioned about…

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When Lara Vance goes into work each day at the Eastern Kentucky University Student Success Center, Vance is doing a myriad of tasks; which can…

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Originally from the state of Michoacán, Mexico, Socorro Zaragoza came to the United States 25 years ago after attending high school in the sta…

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Erin Eliassen, associate professor of food and nutrition, moves about her kitchen with a quiet confidence, each sift of the batter folding the…

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Eyouel Mekonnen, student body president of the Student Government Association (SGA) at EKU, was born and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, maki…

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Before the coronavirus pandemic, falling in love could be difficult. Now with social distancing and mask mandates, finding and keeping that re…

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In the spring of 2020, the coronavirus pandemic forced many classes to be taught online. Professors and students alike struggled on how to use…

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Walter Tevis, an American author, wrote many novels, and three of them were later adapted into major films. Those films include “The Hustler,”…

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CommNOW is an annual event hosted by Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Communication, and this year’s is quickly approaching.

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The coronavirus pandemic has affected many people, including the deaf community. Students who are hearing impaired, along with those who are t…

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The term “stakes” in theatre refers to situations in which actors or characters have added tension or something to lose. Stakes can be a confl…

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Trenia Napier, Associate Director, Programs & Outreach for the Noel Studio for Academic Creativity at Eastern Kentucky University is one o…