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Students, especially first-year students, may often have anxiety about starting a new year of school. Not only is there the stress of books, c…

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Freshman move-in day was Friday and one of those freshman was Grace Owsley, an 18-year-old from Independence, Kentucky.Owsley is pursuing a Ba…

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Spin-the-wheel sponsored a summer spent in IrelandLetter from the editor:After having an extremely eventful summer filled with many opportunit…

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The week where students congregate in the library all day and night to finish the semester strong is finally here.

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The EKU Human Resources Communications department had over 20 health screenings available and set up 80 tables at this year’s health fair on M…

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Traditional African dancers, drummers, poets and a panel of speakers performed at Eastern Kentucky University’s Africa Today event on March 22…

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In the wake of budget cuts that have left little room for programs in the arts, EKU has recently undergone the revitalization of its ceramics …

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     In the midst of holiday activities, students took the time to give back this winter break. Eight students and one staff member from EKU t…

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This past weekend EKU Greek Life hosted a leadership retreat at the 4-H facility at Lake Cumberland. The retreat, a service project consisting…

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The Eastern Progress editorial staff completed a survey asking them to vote on the best album, movie, video game, and meme of 2018. Below are …

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Mike Savage is no stranger to public radio. A highly acclaimed broadcasting veteran of 25 years, he has represented various radio stations acr…