Korean students share experiences

Kennedy Nolen, Multicultural Reporter September 21, 2017 Filed under News Editor’s Note: This article is the first in a series about international students at Eastern. One South Korean student’s love for baseball made coming to the United States for a degree an easy choice, since the sport is America’s pastime. Senior history major Seonghwan Kim is... Continue Reading →

Hello Dali puts on comical performance

Eastern’s improvisation group Hello Dali opened the semester with their first public show Thursday in Coleman Auditorium, featuring old members and prospective recruits. Before the show, the four members and three students auditioning for Hello Dali got together to plan games to play with the audience. The style of the performance was very much like... Continue Reading →

Memorial Service honors late student

  Justin Brown Friends of Byron Edingburg hold candles while walking down Seventh Street following the memorial service Wednesday afternoon. Kennedy Nolen, Multicultural Reporter April 27, 2017 Filed under News, Showcase Senior Byron Edingburg was honored Tuesday night as the first graduate of Eastern’s class of 2017, as a large crowd gathered for his memorial service... Continue Reading →

Panelists discuss North Korea, South Korea, China

Kennedy Nolen, Multicultural Reporter April 13, 2017 Filed under News, Showcase The impeachment of South Korean president Park Geun-hye, relations between China and South Korea, and North Korean policies were among the topics of discussions by panelists, including visiting professors from China and Japan, Thursday as part of Asian Heritage Month. Park Geun-hye, the first... Continue Reading →

Workshop to dig into family history

Students will have the chance to research their family genealogy at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in Booth Library in the Witters Conference Room 4440. The workshop is called “Finding Yourself: Using Archives to Research Your Family Genealogy.” Cayla Wagner, a graduate student studying historical administration, will teach an introduction on how to do genealogy and how... Continue Reading →

Students on a roll making sushi

A line of students eager to make their own sushi stretched from one side of the Grand Ballroom to the exit for “Konnichiwa: Roll Your Own Sushi” Tuesday afternoon. After students rolled their sushi, they waited in line for it to be cut. From there, it was then placed in Chinese take-out boxes, also known... Continue Reading →

Documentary shares stories of immigrants

Kennedy Nolen, Multicultural Reporter March 30, 2017 Filed under News, Online EIU Students for Peace and Justice showcased their original documentary “I am Migration” Thursday night, which revealed several unnamed immigrants’ stories of struggle and hardship they endured while migrating from their home countries. The main message behind the film was to show immigrants who... Continue Reading →

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