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Provost accepts new position at EIU

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs David Glassman announced Monday at a press conference in Charleston that he will leave his post at Bradley University to become the president of Eastern Illinois University, effective June 1. “It has been a wonderful honor and privilege…

Foreign language dept. gets updates

Hola, bonjour and nín hǎo to the foreign language department as they head into the fall 2015 school year with big changes in mind. “Effective fall 2015, our department’s new name will be the Department of World Languages and Cultures,” Leslie Sconduto, foreign languages department…

Provost accepts new position as EIU president

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs David Glassman announced today at a press conference in Charleston that he will leave his post at Bradley University to become the president of Eastern Illinois University, effective June 1. Glassman said at the EIU press conference this…

Linking leaders at LINCS conference

Leadership hopefuls have the chance to rub shoulders with CEOs in Renaissance Coliseum Saturday as Leaders Instilling Knowledge through Cooperative Service hosts their annual leadership conference. A senior capstone program, LINCS is comprised of ten members that work to foster leadership among students. “Our goal…

‘Mountaintop’ pays tribute to King

On April 3, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his ‘I’ve Been to the Mountaintop’ speech in Memphis, Tennessee. Upon returning to his motel room, King found himself in conversation with a room service delivery woman. Played by senior theater arts major Aris-Allen Roberson, King…

Gay alumnus fought DOMA, immigration

The Marty Theater was filled with roughly 70 people as Brett Lemick (’08) and his husband Ray Monaghan told their story of love and turbulent process of receiving a visa. “Ray and I met through YouTube actually,” Lemick said. Lemick was working as an intern…

Black History Month kicks off with culture

Red, black and white dresses lined the walls of the Garrett Multicultural Center as the ladies of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated hosted the third annual Black History Month ceremony. “The idea of having an official opening to Black History Month is an important thing…

Humans of the Hilltop: Mike Mahoney

Generally, when one thinks about what makes up a university, the first thing that comes to mind are the students, professors and president. But what about the people who help keep the university running behind the scenes? Most forget that the buildings do not clean…

A search for happiness

January 1 marks the initiation of New Year’s resolutions around the world. From weight loss to job success, we have all set goals, some of which we haven’t accomplished, at one point in our lives. For this reason, I decided to step away from the…

Athens Boys Choir falls short of expectations

The hills, or rather Marty Theatre, were alive with the sound of slam poetry and singing Thursday night, as performer and self-proclaimed “Jewish, transsexual Weird Al” Harvey Katz took the stage. Katz is known for his pro-LGBT poems and music videos, which emulate his own…

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