The Daily Eastern News
The Dail tyern
The Daily Eastern News is
published daily, Monday
through Friday, in
Charleston, Ill., during fall
and spring semesters and twice weekly dur-
ing the summer term except during school
vacations or examinations, by the students
of Eastern Illinois University.
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year. The Daily Eastern News is a
member of The Associated Press, which is
entitled to exclusive use of all articles
appearing in this paper. The editorials on
Page 4 represent the majority opinion of the
editorial board; all other opinion pieces are
signed. The Daily Eastern News editorial and
business offices are located in Buzzard Hall,
Eastern Illinois University.
Periodical postage paid at Charleston, IL
ISSN 0894-1599.
Printed by Eastern Illinois University,
Charleston, IL 61920.
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Pearson about transferring class credits to Eastern. Eastern’s open house, which took place last Friday,
Buzzard Hall
hosted tables from all department majors for potential students to visit and question professors about
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what Eastern has to offer.
Charleston, IL 61920.
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girl found alive, unharmed also work for blacks To reach us
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