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The COVID-19 pandemic has been very challenging, in particular for college students and single parents. One Eastern Kentucky University graduate is not letting anything hold her back from success and is now using her passion to combat climate change.

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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…

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The coronavirus is nothing short of a stressful situation for many people. It does not matter who you are or where you live, it can cause a st…

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Supporters marched on Wednesday, Oct. 7 for justice for Breonna Taylor and other Black Americans who have been killed by police brutality. Th…

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With classes still taking place amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, many students and professors are having to adapt to different learning and teach…

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Eastern Kentucky University students made their voices heard in this year’s Student Government Association Election and voted Eyouel Mekonnen …