A Dark and Stormy Night

JESLYN LEMKE
and CHRIS MALMBERG
The Easterner Online

May 19, 2006

Every night, thousands of refugee children in Northern Uganda flee their homes to escape being abducted into a brutal rebel army. A non-profit organization, Invisible Children, was formed to rescue these children. Part of their...

Later Years Still Full of Life

JESLYN LEMKE
The Easterner Online
Eastern Washington University, Cheney

May 19, 2006

Eighty-nine-year-old Eugene Berland sits in a comfortable chair, in his own sunlit room overlooking Sixth Street and a meadow beyond. Surrounding him are colorful photographs of family and friends. The room is clean and tidy an...

Crazy Campus Places People Probably Never Notice

JESLYN LEMKE
The Easterner Online
Eastern Washington University, Cheney

April 27, 2006

"I'll have to get you a hard hat," said Ron Hess, the assistant director of Plant Operations. He plunked two sturdy flashlights on the desk. We'll need these down there too, he added. Ooh. Exciting. A little spelunking anyone? Believe it or...

Behind the WYSIWYGs

STEPHANIE CHILDS
The Easterner Online
Eastern Washington University, Cheney

April 27, 2006

What You See Is What You Get. In computer jargon WYSIWYG is the menu that displays each font. Arial. Courier New. Tahoma. Rockwell. To Eastern students, however, WYSIGYGs are nights to catch some music, win prizes or just ha...

It’s All in the Bag

ALEESA CAMAGONG
The State Hornet
Sacramento State Univeristy

April 23, 2006

Most every girl will agree that they've sighed countless ooos and ahhs when spotting another girls bag, wishing it was in her own hands instead. Either that or theyve owned a bag thats made other girls turn green with envy. Handbags ma...

Buffalo Exchange Embraces Ethics of Earth Day

AMY LICHTY
Pulse Editor
Oregon Daily Emerald
University of Oregon, Eugene

April 21, 2006

As Earth Day 2006 approaches, many students have already started to plan what they'll be doing to give back to the environment. Of course, most plans involve getting at least a little dirty - planting trees and flowers or picking...

Hippie Cultures Still Alive, Man

PHILIP OSSIE BLADINE
News Reporter
Oregon Daily Emerald
University of Oregon, Eugene<

April 20, 2006

Drum circles on campus lawns, hookahs in residence halls and vendors peddling tie-dye and incense outside the EMU - all of these show that a cultural movement started more than 50 years ago is still in motion. Jimbo said the hi...

Local People Help Prevent Disaster in Iraq

JEFF WATKINS
The Daily Mississippian
Mississppi State University

January 26, 2006

The dust from the day had yet to settle, so the air was thick as the night was growing into one of total darkness. No matter the conditions my squad readied itself for our upcoming patrol through the city. The squad was not my...

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