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ECC Music Program Receives NASM Accreditation

Tyler Mohesky, Reporter

February 26, 2015

The East Central College music program has recently received accreditation from the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). This organization... READ MORE »»

From Ferguson to Franklin County: Guest Panelists Answer Questions Concerning Race in St. Louis

Tyler Mohesky, Reporter

February 26, 2015

 The Q&A panel on Friday, Jan. 23, entitled “From Ferguson to Franklin County: Redlining, White Flight, and Modern Segregation”, was the second... READ MORE »»

“The Pruitt-Igoe Myth” Panel Discussion

Jacob Gillick, Reporter

February 10, 2015

Over a hundred people were in the John Edson Anglin Performing Arts Center Friday Night, Jan. 16 to watch a screening of the documentary “The Pruitt-Igoe... READ MORE »»

A Story of Survival: Sara Moses, Holocaust Survivor, Speaks at ECC

Sean Rolwing, Co-Editor

February 10, 2015

What are your earliest memories as a child? Is it of your mother’s smile? Your father’s laugh? For Sara Moses, one of the youngest survivors of the... READ MORE »»

Playing with Plastic: Reception held for Rebecca Mushtare at ECC Art Gallery

Sean Rolwing, Co-Editor

February 10, 2015

When you hear the word “Art”, what images come to mind? Paint-soaked canvases? Dust-covered statues? How about recycled garbage bags? As strange as... READ MORE »»

Story Survey

News

Title IX: Helping End Sexual Assault on Campus

Hannah McInnis, Reporter

The word ‘rape’ leaves an ugly mark whenever it’s spoken. It is one of those subjects that no one likes to talk about, and which society as a whole has had the unfortunate... read story

March 10, 2015

Campus Activities Board Plans New ECC Events

Hannah McInnis, Reporter

When describing the college experience to upcoming freshmen, “Student Activities” is one of the first things to come to mind. Be it because of Falcon Fest, the Zombie... read story

March 3, 2015

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Opinion

Literature is Not Dead

Brittni Cebulak, Reporter

In the public educational system, the traditional concept seemed to stress the importance of reading, writing, and arithmetic. Reading novels was a must, and children were... read story

March 17, 2015

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Features

Literature is Not Dead

Brittni Cebulak, Reporter

In the public educational system, the traditional concept seemed to stress the importance of reading, writing, and arithmetic. Reading novels was a must, and children were... read story

March 17, 2015

What Was Once a Legend, is Fast Becoming a Myth: How Can the Student Body Save R&R?

Kristen Koper, Reporter

You are in your first year at college, and though it’s certainly exciting, it’s also terrifying. Unlike high school, you no longer have that comfort of meeting... read story

February 24, 2015

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