Fannie Brayboy '08, a 2011 graduate of Yale Divinity School, delivered an inspiring keynote address at the Intercultural Center's Second Annual Black and White Ball on Feb. 28. The celebration in the Betty R. Tipton Room was held to commemorate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement of the1960s.

Fannie Brayboy '08, a 2011 graduate of Yale Divinity School, delivered an inspiring keynote address at the Intercultural Center's Second Annual Black and White Ball on Feb. 28. The celebration in the Betty R. Tipton Room was held to commemorate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement of the1960s.

Students made greeting cards designed by Eastern Graphic Design student Briana Bridgewater to sell as a benefit for the No Freeze Hospitality Center.

Students made greeting cards designed by Eastern Graphic Design student Briana Bridgewater to sell as a benefit for the No Freeze Hospitality Center.

Visual Arts Professor Terry Lennox has been working with two of her seniors since early in the fall of 2012 to create display cases on the first floor of the Science Building that will serve to promote Eastern's science programs.

Visual Arts Professor Terry Lennox has been working with two of her seniors since early in the fall of 2012 to create display cases on the first floor of the Science Building that will serve to promote Eastern's science programs.

The Eastern Rugby team, members of the university community, family and friends were all on hand when Eastern President Elsa Nunez honored senior communication major Woody Franklin for his outstanding contributions to Eastern's rugby team over the past four years.

The Eastern Rugby team, members of the university community, family and friends were all on hand when Eastern President Elsa Nunez honored senior communication major Woody Franklin for his outstanding contributions to Eastern's rugby team over the past four years.

Eastern's Health and Physical Education Department hosted 70 students and eight teachers from the Hartford Sports Medicine/Science Academy for a morning of skills and sports activities.

Eastern's Health and Physical Education Department hosted 70 students and eight teachers from the Hartford Sports Medicine/Science Academy for a morning of skills and sports activities.

Theatre major Corey Welden auditioned at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre festival and won a half-tuition $1,000 scholarship towards the Commonwealth Shakespeare Internship program in Boston this summer. Zach LaSala, a double major in History and Social Science, and Abby Weston, a Business Administration major and Theatre minor, auditioned at the festival and were cast in two new short plays presented at the festival as part of the National Playwriting Program (NPP) on Feb. 1.

Theatre major Corey Welden auditioned at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre festival and won a half-tuition $1,000 scholarship towards the Commonwealth Shakespeare Internship program in Boston this summer. Zach LaSala, a double major in History and Social Science, and Abby Weston, a Business Administration major and Theatre minor, auditioned at the festival and were cast in two new short plays presented at the festival as part of the National Playwriting Program (NPP) on Feb. 1.

Eastern inducted its fifth class of Alumni Fellows on March 6 in the Paul E. Johnson Community Room of the J. Eugene Smith Library.  Inductees included Kathleen Kennedy '74, executive director, America's Head-Recruiting Delivery with UBS Financial Services, and Kathy Gentilozzi '81, senior vice president of human resources for Aeropostale, a specialty clothing retailer.

Eastern inducted its fifth class of Alumni Fellows on March 6 in the Paul E. Johnson Community Room of the J. Eugene Smith Library. Inductees included Kathleen Kennedy '74, executive director, America's Head-Recruiting Delivery with UBS Financial Services, and Kathy Gentilozzi '81, senior vice president of human resources for Aeropostale, a specialty clothing retailer.

Eastern has been honored by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the U.S. Department of Education as one of the nation's colleges and universities leading the way in bettering their communities through community service and service learning.    Eastern was one of 609 institutions of higher learning on President Obama's "Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll".

Eastern has been honored by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the U.S. Department of Education as one of the nation's colleges and universities leading the way in bettering their communities through community service and service learning. Eastern was one of 609 institutions of higher learning on President Obama's "Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll".

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