CAMPUS CLEANING CHANGE OF PLANS
Brian Welch, a junior history major, picks Eastern's baseball team will face Butler
up trash daily while walking to his classes on Tuesday on the road instead of at
around campus. the Coaches Stadium, where the
conditions were unsuitable.
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Music to my ears UB to host
By Analicia Haynes
Editor-in-Chief | @Haynes1943
NAYELI VA ZQUEZ | THE DAILY EASTERN NE WS For the first time in five years the University Board
will be partnering with Eastern’s Gamer’s Guild and
David Frye, a junior social sciences major, plays the ukulele while Christina Peter, a grad student majoring in vocal performance, sings Monday the ESports Club (both are registered student organiza-
afternoon on the Doudna Steps. tions) to host the 5th annual video game tournament.
“Pixelpalooza” will be from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Tuesday in the University Ballroom of the Martin
Luther King Jr. University Union.
Sienna Mark, the UB events coordinator, helped
organize the event and said it is a way to encourage
students to get out and meet other people who are in-
terested in gaming and to have fun.
She said the tournament is designed for people to
come and go as they please.
“We have eight TVs with various gaming sys-
tems for people to choose from and an assortment
of games and snacks,” Mark said. “We will be hav-
ing mini 'Super Smash Brothers’ tournaments, and
the winner of each tournament will be entered into a
drawing for the grand prize.”
Mike Mifflin, the complex director of Lincoln,
Stevenson and Douglas Residence Halls and the ad-
viser for the Gamer’s Guild, said other games that
will be played include sports games such as Madden
and "NBA2K," "Mario Kart," "Apex Legends" and
"Mortal Kombat/Soul Caliber 6."
Mifflin said he has been helping with a bit of the
planning alongside Mark, such as helping decide
what games should be offered, what food to have and
how to advertise the tournament.
“I’ll also be attending to support the event and talk
to students about the Gamer’s Guild and the ESports
(RSO),” he said.
Mark said any Eastern student can attend, and she
called it a great opportunity to make new friends, test
out new games and get free food in addition to vari-
ous prizes for those who attend.
GAMING, page 5
Awards for Students discuss goals for after spring break
applications By Shamaine Ware "As a music major, you have to have really good time
due Friday Contributing writer | @lovethyshae management because you spend a lot of time on campus."
By Analicia Haynes Students on campus shared how they plan to fin- -Sheila Kennedy, junior music education major
Editor-in-Chief | @Haynes1943 ish the last 6 weeks of the semester.
work done and my internship is going okay,” Men- work into everything they do; when it comes to ev-
Applications for Booth Library’s Awards for Excel- Demetria Joiner, a junior majoring in manage- dez said. erything they do, they need to do it in a timely fash-
lence in Student Research and Creativity are due by ment, said her goals for the rest of the semester are to ion, which is what Kennedy intends to do.
noon on Friday. finish her classes, go to work and complete all of her Mendez said her biggest challenge academically is
extracurricular activities. all of the work and papers she has to get done. “I’m going to work hard and study,” she said. “As a
Beth Heldebrandt, the public relations director for music major, you have to have really good time man-
Booth Library, said any undergraduate or graduate “I plan on meeting my academic goals simply by “I just need to work on my time management and agement because you spend a lot of time on campus.”
student in any major could submit their research pa- doing all of my homework and studying non-stop,” stop procrastinating,” she said.
per, project, art project, presentation or poster. Joiner said. In addition to Mendez’s winter turmoil, Kennedy
Like others this during this past winter, Mendez said she has also been affected by seasonal depression.
She said the only “catch,” however, is that students While last semester proved to be a challenge for said she has definitely suffered from seasonal depres-
had to use Booth Library resources to conduct the re- Joiner, she said this spring semester was much better. sion. “I have struggled with depression for a long time,
search for whatever project they did. and the February month really affects me because it is
“I did not have any challenges this semester. I “I am not a fan of the cold, so when it is cold out- the last month of winter and it is hard to force your-
According to a press release, the student entry may know last semester was really hard for me, but this se- side, I am either mad or sad,” she said. self out of bed for class,” Kennedy said.
be a written work, art piece, exhibit, musical work, mester was more relaxing,” she said.
documentary, performance or another format, and it “Once it starts to get warm, I start to get more Kennedy is not graduating this semester, but she
has to have been completed in the last 12 months. Joiner is not graduating this year, but she already happy, and that puts me in a better mood to stay mo- said she is still preparing for graduation.
has graduation goals. tivated and focus on my work.”
The student also has to write up a short narrative “I need to make sure I survive senior year first, and
detailing how they used Booth Library to help with “My graduation goals are to have a 3.5 GPA at Mendez is also graduating this semester. Her goal when I graduate, I want to teach kids,” she said.
their research, Heldebrandt said. least and to graduate on time with honors and a big after graduation, she said, is to get a good starting job
scholarship or a good job,” she said. that will help lead her on the right career path. Kennedy’s advice for college students is to keep
The projects also did not have to be submitted as a physical health in mind, she said.
class assignment, Heldebrandt said. For students struggling this semester, Joiner said Sheila Kennedy, a junior majoring in music educa-
she has some valuable advice. tion, said her goals for the rest of the semester are to “Take care of your physical health,” Kennedy said.
AWARDS, page 5 finish strong with her finals and juries. “Make sure you eat, sleep and drink water because if
“Take the time out to study and relax, focus on you are not right physically, then mentally you will
yourself first before anything else and don’t be afraid “A jury is a final that all musicians have to do,” she not be able to work on yourself.”
to ask for help if you need it,” Joiner said. said. “You are given special songs by your professor Shamaine Ware can be reached at 581-1212 or
that you prepare all year long for.”
Italia Mendez, a senior majoring in community [email protected]
health, said her goals are to get through her intern- The key to college students accomplishing aca-
ship, pass all of her classes and then graduate. demic goals, Kennedy said, is for them to put hard
“I plan on achieving my goals by staying moti-
vated and (focusing) and making sure I get all of my
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Partly Cloudy Rainy Cyclone hits Australian PM Energy Department U of Illinois
Mozambique; urges crackdown spending $500M background
High: 51° High: 49° over 1,000 on social media on supercomputer checks, revokes
Low: 38° Low: 35° feared dead 25 job offers
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Mozambique four days after a cyclone down on social media companies that the world's fastest computers at Argonne Illinois withdrew 25 job offers across its
“Tell the truth and don’t be afraid.” slammed into the country, submerging broadcast terrorist attacks in the af- National Laboratory outside Chicago. three campuses after doing background
entire villages and leaving bodies float- termath of the New Zealand mosque checks last year.
The Daily Eastern News ing in the floodwaters, the nation's pres- shootings. The department said Monday that the
1802 Buzzard Hall ident said. supercomputer will be able to do more The (Champaign) News-Gazette re-
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has than one quintillion operations per sec- ports that the total represents ten few-
Eastern Illinois University "It is a real disaster of great propor- written to G-20 chairman Japanese ond. That's equal to a 10 with 18 zeros er withdrawals than the previous year
Charleston, IL 61920 tions," president Filipe Nyusi said. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calling for behind it. The computer will be named and a fraction of the more than 13,000
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217-581-2923 (fax) Cyclone Idai could prove to be the for companies whose platforms are 2021. Energy department officials say was the third year of the university sys-
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Staff of 30 million people. entific problems." sity hires an outside firm to perform the
Editor-in-Chief Australian Brenton Tarrant has checks.
Analicia Haynes Faculty Advisers It struck Beira, an Indian Ocean port been charged with murder over the Argonne is working on the project
[email protected] Editorial Adviser city of a half-million people, late Thurs- attack on two mosques in Christ- with chip maker Intel Corp. and Seat- University officials say that of the 25
Managing Editor day and then moved inland to Zimba- church that killed 50 people and left tle-based supercomputer manufactur- people turned down for jobs due to the
Lola Burnham bwe and Malawi with strong winds and another 50 injured. er Cray. checks, seven applied for positions at the
Kristen Ed Photo Adviser heavy rain. But it took days for the scope Urbana-Champaign campus, 16 at the
[email protected] Brian Poulter of the disaster to come into focus in Mo- The attacks were live-streamed on Trish Damkroger leads Intel's high- Chicago campus and two at the uni-
Website Adviser zambique, which has a poor communi- Facebook. performance computing business. She versity hospital in Chicago. The back-
gmail.com Brian Poulter cation and transportation network and a tells the Chicago Tribune the comput- ground checks cost nearly $471,000, up
News Editor corrupt and inefficient bureaucracy. Morrison says: "Social media com- er could give the U.S. a competitive ad- from about $392,000 the previous year.
Logan Raschke Publisher panies are international businesses vantage. Several countries are in a race to
[email protected] Lola Burnham Speaking on state Radio Mozam- and it's up to the international com- claim they have the fastest computer in Beto O'Rourke
gmail.com Business Manager bique, Nyusi said that while the official munity to force them to act." the world. boasts over $6M
Associate News Betsy Jewell death toll stood at 84, "It appears that we in 1st 24 hours
Press Supervisor can register more than 1,000 deaths." Ill. organizations share impact, of his campaign
Editor Tom Roberts importance of 2020 Census
Corryn Brock Emergency officials cautioned that CENTER LINE, Mich. (AP) —
[email protected] Night Staff while they expect the death toll to rise sig- CHICAGO (AP) — There's a lot Jay Young, of the watchdog group Democratic presidential candidate
for this issue nificantly, they have no way of knowing at stake in next year's U.S. Census, Common Cause Illinois, said he's Beto O'Rourke boasted Monday that
com Night Chief if it will reach the president's estimate. including congressional seats and also concerned about reaching pop- the more than $6 million he raised
Photo Editor billions of dollars in federal funding, ulations that typically don't partici- online within a day of announcing
Jordan Boyer Kristen Ed More than 215 people were killed by according to experts in Illinois who pate in the census, such as African- his White House bid, the most re-
[email protected] Copy Editors the storm in the three countries, includ- are pushing to educate the public Americans and rural communities. ported by any 2020 candidate, was
Logan Raschke ing more than 80 in Zimbabwe's eastern about the importance of the count. helping to create "the largest grass-
gmail.com Analicia Haynes Chimanimani region, according to offi- "I'm worried that not enough roots campaign this country has ever
Assistant Photo Sports Designer cial figures. Hundreds more were report- An analysis by George Washing- thinking is being done for folks out- seen."
ed missing and nearly 1,000 homes de- ton University's Institute of Public side of the city," Young said.
Editor JJ Bullock stroyed in eastern Zimbabwe alone. Policy found that at least $34 billion The "record-breaking" $6.1 mil-
Thalia Rouley in federal funding for programs that The commission is working with lion collected last week came "with-
[email protected] U.N. agencies and the Red Cross directly assist Illinois residents is tied various state agencies to educate the out a dime" from political action
helped rush emergency food and medi- to census figures, The Chicago Tri- public about how census figures in- committees, corporations or spe-
gmail.com cine by helicopter to the stricken coun- bune reported. fluence things including road con- cial interests, O'Rourke spokesman
Sports Editor tries. struction and social services, said Chris Evans tweeted. The figure is
The state could also lose up to Jeanine Stroger, the commission's just above what Vermont Sen. Bernie
JJ Bullock The country's president, who cut short two congressional seats if the up- designated chair. Sanders reported for his first day as a
Assistant Sports a visit to neighboring Swaziland over the coming count finds a population 2020 candidate.
weekend because of the disaster, spoke loss, according to a report by the Illi- "Those kinds of decisions are
Editor after flying by helicopter over Beira and nois Complete Count Commission, based on census data and that's why O'Rourke, a former Texas con-
Dillan Schorfheide two rural provinces, where he reported which was formed in 2017 to help it's so crucial to have an accurate and gressman, jumped into the presiden-
widespread devastation. educate communities, organizations complete count," Stroger said. tial race on Thursday after months of
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Student picks up litter,
trash all over campus
Eastern’s ‘Trash Man’ By Analicia Haynes piece of misplaced solid waste,”
Editor-in-Chief | @Haynes1943 which can range from small items
ANALICIA HAYNES | THE DAILY EASTERN NEWS like cigarette butts or candy wrap-
A McDonald’s plastic cup, some pers to abandoned cars.
Brian Welch, a junior history major, picks up trash in the South Quad Monday pieces of paper, a bottle cap and a
afternoon. “I just like to see a clean campus,” Welch said. condom wrapper were some of the Welch did not pick up any cig-
things junior history major Brian arette butts on this trip, but he did
Welch picked up and threw away pick up several wrappers and piec-
on his commute to the Taylor Hall es of paper and a handful of plastic
Dining Center Monday night. bottles and cups.
This is not the first time Welch After picking up what he could
picked up trash on campus. in the South Quad before going to
dinner, there were still a number of
“Every single day I’m going to plastic bottles and scraps of paper
classes I pick up five or six piec- that remained.
es,” Welch said. “It’s not just (going
to) class (when I pick up garbage), Welch separated the plastics from
lunch, whenever I go out I just pick the rest of the trash.
“It upsets me,” Welch said in re-
Welch called it his personal pol- sponse to how he feels when he sees
icy to pick up trash, something he trash spread throughout campus.
says not many people do. He said “It’s not like garbage cans are hard
he also just likes seeing a clean cam- to find. If you’re too lazy to pick
pus. up your own garbage, why are you
even going here?”
“I’m just so sick and tired of see-
ing people litter,” Welch said. When asked if anyone approach-
es him asking about his garbage
In an article titled, “Littering in pickup and why he does it, Welch
Context: Personal and Environmen- said no and that it does not both-
tal Predictors of Littering Behavior,” er him.
published in the Sage Journals in
2011, a large-scale study was con- “I just kind of do it,” Welch said.
ducted to analyze littering behavior “I don’t care if people know or not.”
Analicia Haynes can be reached at
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MAURICE TOLBERT | THE DAILY EASTERN NEWS College bribe
How to: filling NCAA tournament brackets insulting
March is unquestionably, without a doubt, JACKSON BAYER al champion. The danger with this method is
100 percent the best month of the year. No, it the fact that upsets are so prevalent in March, The biggest scandal of the year so far is no doubt
isn’t because spring begins, or because of St. Pat- team you believe to be the best team. This and there has been only one year (2008) where the college admissions scandal.
rick’s Day, or even because it’s Justin Bieber’s method might sound boring, but if you know all four of the one seeds advanced to the final
birth month. March is the best because of bas- your college basketball, it’s also probably the four. On March 12, 50 people, including wealthy celeb-
ketball. The past week has been full of college most effective method, even though we all rities, were charged with allegedly scheming to influ-
basketball’s conference tournaments, with teams know your bracket will be destroyed no matter 3. Another prediction method is exactly the ence colleges into admitting their children.
battling it out to earn a spot in the NCAA how you make your picks. opposite of the previous one: picking the high-
Tournament, which begins tonight and lasts un- er-seeded teams to win every game. Sure, you These parents, two of which being actresses Lori
til the national championship game on April 8. 2. You could go with the only method more definitely will not predict the national cham- Loughlin, best known for her role in Full House, and
boring than the first one: picking the higher- pion, considering the only 16 seed to make it Felicity Huffman, best known for her role in Des-
The NCAA Tournament’s wild and unpre- seeded team to win every game. This is known past the round of 64 was UMBC last season, perate Housewives, are being accused of paying more
dictable nature has earned it the nickname as the “chalk” method. In using this predic- but you will definitely predict all of the upsets than $25 million between 2011 and 2018 to fake
March Madness, and because of that unpre- tion method, every one seed makes it to the Fi- in the first round because you will only be pre- student test scores and bribe officials.
dictability, filling out brackets and predict- nal Four, and then the overall number one seed dicting upsets.
ing the winners of all 67 games has become a (which is Duke this year) is the eventual nation- The scheme consisted of parents bribing exam ad-
widespread tradition among sports fans. Every 4. One of the more entertaining methods ministrators to facilitate cheating on exams, coach-
year, eager and hopeful fans aim to do the im- of filling out brackets is to predict each game es and administrators nominating unqualified appli-
possible: fill out a perfect bracket. Adults do it, based upon the best mascot. Some teams that cants as athletes on college teams and, worst of all, us-
kids do it, people who know nothing about bas- might make deep runs based upon this pre- ing a charitable organization to conceal the sources
ketball do it; even President Obama famously diction method are the Saint Louis Billikens, and the nature of the laundered payments.
made his picks every year while in the White Maryland Terrapins, Minnesota Golden Go-
House. Everyone has their own method of fill- phers and the Virginia Cavaliers because pirates Upon reading this, we at The Daily Eastern News
ing out their bracket, and each of them has its are just cool. Any teams with Bulldogs or Wild- were both stunned and rather angry to discover not
merit. If you’re wondering which way is the cats as mascots aren’t going to make it too far. only what these parents did, but the lengths they
best way to fill out your bracket, we’re going to went to do it.
break down five different ways it can be done. 5. You could just predict your school to win–
wait, EIU isn’t in the tournament. Never mind. Sure, parents say they will do anything to help
1. The most popular way to fill out a brack- their children. But doing this is not helping the chil-
et is to make informed picks based upon which Jackson Bayer is a senior creative writing major. He dren of these parents; it is only teaching them to be
can be reached at 581-2812 or at [email protected] dishonest.
Here’s my ‘bad decision’ from spring break Students all across the United States have trouble
being accepted into schools and dealing with tuition.
Now that spring break has come and passed, KARENA OZIER utes form the gas station, I pulled over to the
college students are left to reflect on the deci- side of the road and got sick. The fact that these parents were dishonest and did
sions that they’ve made. Some good… And I finally got within an hour of home when I this angers so many students in the United States and
most, not. My bad decision was not intentional. started to feel hot and began to feel sick. I con- After this unpleasant event, I felt a moment the world who actually had to work hard to get into
vinced myself to stop by a gas station to stretch of bliss. I got back on the road and pushed my- their school.
The much anticipated 12-hour drive back my legs and get some air. After relaxing for all of self all the way home. I pulled into the drive-
from my spring break destination in Texas 10 minutes, I wasn’t feeling any better. In fact, way where my dad met me. I got out of the car Lori Loughlin, also known for her role on Fuller
proved to be quite a challenge. All alone for a the sick feeling was getting stronger, and I even with a pale face, walked right into the house, House, basically has no career anymore.
road trip home that was going to last about 12 started to feel light headed. lay on the couch and got sick again, and again,
hours seemed to be as simple as it was on the and again. She has been fired from the show, and her reputa-
way there. I was only an hour from home. I kept push- tion has been tarnished, as it should for committing
ing myself and eventually started my car and So, how was my spring break? The first three such deceitful acts.
Five tolls later, that drained the change that I started back out on the road. Less than five min- days were perfect, but all the rest was a disaster.
had stashed in my car made me ready to just be The decision to drive myself to and from Texas As the staff of a college newspaper and students
home. In hour six, my trip started to take a dif- was no mistake, but the pizza that I ate after it of a university, we at The Daily Eastern News find it
ferent direction. After more constant driving, I sat longer than it should have (which probably completely uncalled for and distasteful that any par-
started to feel dizzy. caused the beginning of my sickness), and that ent would bribe a university to accept their children.
was my bad decision.
I had finally gotten to Illinois. Still a few First of all, we all had to make decent grades to get
hours before I reached home, I didn’t want to I was sick for the remainder of spring break. accepted where we are. These students did not have
stop and delay my arrival any further. I had al- Three days of not keeping anything down and to do anything to get accepted into the colleges. All
ready stopped for gas. two days of nausea and a developing head cold, they had to do was have a so-called “admissions coun-
which rolled over to my last day. I’m hoping selor” change their test scores to make them look like
Not long after I had felt dizzy, my stomach next spring break will include more good days. the braniacs and hardworking students that they re-
began to hurt. I knew I wasn’t hungry because ally are not.
I ate leftover pizza for breakfast. I wasn’t sure Karena Ozier is a freshman elementary education ma-
what to do for myself except to drink water to jor. She can be reached at 581-2812 or at [email protected] While it is sad that Loughlin, Huffman and so
stay hydrated. many other well-known celebrities and business exec-
utives have lost their careers and have had their repu-
Editorial Board tations damaged, we do not feel sorry for them.
They should have been aware of the fact that this
scandal would eventually catch up to them and they
would indeed have to pay for their actions.
Remember that nothing in life is worth lying
about. The only consequence of doing this is losing
trust from so many others and, ultimately, your life
being affected in more ways than one.
Honesty is always the best policy, and now we
know why our school teachers always taught us this.
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Frisbee friends CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
NAYELI VA ZQUEZ | THE DAILY EASTERN NE WS The Library Advisory Board, which Recipients will be selected by April 5,
is made up of faculty, staff and two stu- and the winners will be honored during
Nick Bamert, a psychology major, attempts to pass a frisbee to another teammate while Jacob Jurasek, a junior dents, sponsors the award program and a reception on April 17.
accounting major, tries to block him Monday afternoon at the field near the campus pond. Everyone play- will be judging the entries.
ing was on the ultimate frisbee team. The team played a scrimmage match to help prepare for an upcoming Entries will be judged based on ex-
tournament. The reason behind the awards, Hel- cellence, creativity and the research por-
debrandt said, is to show students that tion, Heldebrandt said.
City Council to vote on ordinance they can use the many resources that the
library has. According to the press release, if cam-
pus finances allow, cash prizes of up to
She said this is not a way to compete $300 will be awarded, in addition to cer-
with other campus awards either, and tificates of recognition.
undergraduate students and graduate
students are judged separately. Winners’ work will also be added to
the Booth Library’s Student Research
She said so far there are 21 submis- and Creativity Collection on The Keep.
sions, and she hopes that more people
consider applying. For a full list of the 2019 guidelines,
Heldebrandt said students just nev-
er know what might happen and should All entries must be submitted elec-
submit an application regardless. tronically. Students can find the appli-
cation on eiu.academicworks.com after
She said there have been students searching for “Booth Library.”
who were “totally shocked” when their
names were called up to accept an Analicia Haynes can be reached at
award. 581-2812 or [email protected]
limiting businesses' gambling areas » GAMING
By Corryn Brock (10) percent of the business area of the Woodyard Conservation Area and EIU CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 it out for a little bit.
Associate News Editor | @corryn_brock story of the building in which it is lo- Secret Garden. “Play some games, meet some new
cated in the licensed premises.” She said it is something that stu-
The Charleston City Council will Paul Switzer, founder and director of dents should take advantage of. friends and come talk to me about
vote on amending title 3-3-13 and ap- The city budget will also be voted on. UBI and biological sciences professor getting involved in Gamer’s Guild or
proving the city budget among oth- Although a copy has not yet been pub- at Eastern, has signed the proclamation “It is a fun, immersive experience ESports,” he said.
er items during its Tuesday meeting at lished on the city’s website, copies will from UBI. where people are encouraged to show
6:30 p.m. at City Hall. be available at the city council meeting. their competitive side, have fun, eat When it comes to choosing events
The council will vote on supporting food and win prizes,” Mark said. to host, Mark said the UB does sev-
Title 3-3-13 deals with the condi- Following a presentation, the Urban the proclamation made by UBI. eral surveys throughout the year dur-
tions and regulations on licenses. The Butterfly Initiative will also proclaim Mifflin said it is important and ing events to get ideas and feedback
amendment will add language under the city of Charleston as the Butterfly Following the action items, time is beneficial for students to attend the from the students.
section F of the title, which pertains to Capital of Illinois. reserved for members of the public to tournament because students can
authorized areas for gambling. address the City Council. No action meet others who share a common This allows members to plan
According to the proclamation from will be taken on matters not listed on bond. events that students want to attend,
The following will be added under UBI, the group is a “community ser- the agenda, and the Council is not re- such as Pixelpalooza.
section F: “The gambling machines au- vice organization that works with pub- quired to take any further action or to “Through this event, students
thorized by the State of Illinois in li- lic and private partners who seek to in- discuss the matter further. can meet other students who have “It is always difficult to find some-
censed premises shall be restricted to crease biodiversity, beauty and scientif- the same interest as them and build thing that appeals to everyone,”
a gaming area that occupies a maxi- ic awareness in their communities by The City Council asks that those connections,” Mifflin said. “For Mark said. “But, that is why we have
mum of ten (10) percent or less of the transforming urban green spaces into who choose to address the Council this event, it will be through vid- different committees that provide a
licensed premises and is ancillary to the beautiful, butterfly friendly habitats.” speak into the microphone, limit the eo games. Having a diverse amount wide range of events for Eastern stu-
main occupancy of the building or suite presentation to three minutes and avoid of events on campus of any nature is dents.”
which the business occupies. The gam- Currently the city has designated the repetitive comments. beneficial to everyone.”
ing area shall not occupy more than ten following areas as “butterfly hotspots”: Analicia Haynes can be reached at
Lake Charleston Pavilion, Charleston Corryn Brock can be reached at Mifflin said for the student who 581-2812 or [email protected]
Library, Lake Charleston Red Barn, 581-2812 or at [email protected] wants to attend the event but is not
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COLUMN | BASKETBALL
Assessing OVC's chances in March Madness
All the bidders doing Belmont’s Dillan Schorfheide with 17 points, but he only had against Belmont, only Cowart (11 Murray State will also need
work on Twitter can cheer ful- two points at halftime and fin- points) and Brown (12 points) to make its three-point shots,
ly watch the Bruins play in the filled roster throughout the sea- ished shooting 1-of-7 from three- scored in double figures, aside and Belmont will need to use its
NCAA tournament Tuesday. son. point range. from Morant’s game-high 36. height inside. Belmont’s height
depends on if 6-foot-11-inch
After losing to Murray State in Dylan Windler, of course, leads So, Windler needs to score and Buchanan finished that game Muszynski is healthy to play at all
the OVC championship game, it the way with 21.4 points and shoot threes well for Belmont to with five points on 2-of-11 shoot- or even at full strength.
was questionable whether the Bru- 10.7 rebounds per game. When have chances to advance, but if he ing (0-of-4 from three-point
ins would make it in the tourna- Windler is not having a good does have an off-game, the thing range). So, for each team, the key play-
ment. night scoring-wise, he still affects that could save Belmont is its ers will be Windler for Belmont
opponents by playing great de- depth. Morant will most likely be he- and Brown for Murray State.
They certainly had the wins to fense and grabbing copious num- roic in however many games Mur-
do so: defeating Lipscomb twice bers of rebounds. In that first meeting against ray State gets to play in, but the Windler is projected to be a sec-
and UCLA out in California. Murray State, freshman center Racers’ first-round matchup ond-round NBA draft pick, so he
But therein lies the problem Nick Muszynski had 20 points, against Marquette could be the will need to play like he is, after
But a lot of other teams were Belmont might run into: Windler six assists and four rebounds, with Racers’ undoing. not out-performing his counter-
waiting on the bubble as well, and having a bad game. Kevin McClain (Belmont’s sec- part in Morant twice now.
Sunday finally brought relief to ond-leading scorer) leading the Marquette boasts Markus How-
those who were bidding for a two- In Belmont’s first game against team with 23 points. ard, who averages 24.8 points per Murray State does not have
bid OVC. Murray State this season (on the game and leads Marquette with 35 great size, so Brown, who was
road Jan. 24), Windler only had The Bruins can also enjoy fresh- steals on the season. third in the OVC with 2.7 three-
But now that Belmont is in the five points on 2-of-7 shooting. He man Grayson Murphy averag- pointers made per game and at
tournament, will it even get past did have 13 rebounds and four as- ing 9.8 points per game, while he Morant had a great game one point was the leader in three-
the play-in game and get to the sists, though. leads the team with 204 assists on against Auburn early in the sea- point field goal percentage, needs
round of 64? the season (6.6 per game). son, and Auburn is led by two to make his shots.
Even in the OVC championship guards who are pretty good and
Will Murray State even get past game, Windler finished the game But, while Belmont has seen its just led the Tigers to an SEC title. Out of both teams, Belmont has
the round of 64 themselves, hav- depth step up, Murray State has the best chance to advance, with
ing to face 5-seeded Marquette? seen Ja Morant literally carry his Murray State’s offense can be or without a completely-healthy
team to the championship crown. high-powered, but that requires Muszynski.
Both will have to rely on their anyone not named Morant to ac-
stars to put up big numbers to Aside from Morant (who aver- tually score. Plus, Morant may Belmont faces fellow 11-seed-
have any chances of being brack- ages 24.6 points per game), three have his hands full with Howard. ed Temple at 8:10 p.m. Tuesday in
et busters. other Racers, Shaq Buchanan, a play-in game, and Murray State
Tevin Brown and Darnell Cow- Belmont can rely on its depth faces Marquette Thursday.
More than that, Belmont will art, average double figures scor- in its hopeful tournament run,
need to abuse its versatility, while ing-wise. while, conversely, Murray State, Dillan Schorfheide can be reached at
Murray State will have to have its based on past performances, can- 581-2812 or [email protected]
supporting cast step up. Yet, in the OVC title game not rely on its bench.
Belmont has flaunted a depth-
Men's golf team competes in 2 matches in Florida
By Oscar Rzodkiewicz way for Eastern with a 79-stroke The team leader in that category, Eastern got itself into in Florida, 74-stroke performance in round
Golf Reporter | @ORzodkiewicz first round and closed out the con- junior Romeo Perez, registered the though, as the Panthers finished in two was good for best on the team
test with a 241-stroke total, good team’s lowest individual round score 6th place of eight teams at the Don in the second set of 18 holes.
The Eastern men’s golf team took for a tie for 57th overall. at the invitational but also recorded Benbow Invitational in Jacksonville.
a trip to Florida last week, but it the second-highest round total with Freshman Nic Nguyen was placed
was no break as they hit the course Freshman Pierce Allord was right a first-round 88. Verdolin stole the show again, on the team instead of the individu-
for two different invitationals. And, there with Verdolin after a second- posting a team-low 148 en route to als list for the tournament, finishing
the spring season is already looking round 78 sandwiched by an 82 and Perez cleaned up the outing with a tie for 5th place overall. the contest with a 155-stroke finish.
brighter than the fall. an 81 in rounds one and three, re- a final round 80 to finish at 245
spectively, to finish at 241 as well. strokes and fourth place on the Although Verdolin gained two Adare rounded out the squad
First up was the Bethune-Cook- team. strokes from the first to the second with a combined 160 strokes for the
man Spring Invitational on March Senior Chuck Adare snuggled up round, his opening-round 73 set up invitational.
7 and 8 in which the Panthers right behind Verdolin and Allord af- Rounding out the pre-weekend the chance to move into the top five
managed a 13th place finish of 16 ter a pair of 82 rounds on Thursday matchup was sophomore Sebastian for the first time this season. The team gets a few weeks off
teams. before finishing up the week with a Olrog who saw a steady progression before heading to Arkansas for the
final round 80. across the tournament, recording an Allord again followed right be- ASU Bubba Barnett Classic on
In all four fall season competi- 11-stroke drop from round one to hind Verdolin with a 151-stroke to- April 2 and 3.
tions, Eastern did not finish better Adare ranks second on the team three en route to a 255-stroke total tal, good for 15th overall.
than second-to-last. in stroke average with a 77.5 per Oscar Rzodkiewicz can be reached
round figure between the fall and The Bethune-Cookman Spring It was another slow start that at 581-2812 or
Junior Marcello Verdolin led the spring seasons. Invitational was not the only action did in Perez, though, posting
an 80-stroke round one, but his [email protected]
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Eastern’s Jimmy Govern throws out a runner in a game last spring for Eastern. Eastern travels to face Butler on Tuesday. Eastern opened conference play last weekend against Murray State.
Baseball team will face Butler on road
By Dillan Schorfheide Eastern head coach Jason Anderson opponents get back into games and se- The Racers did not score anymore af- Eastern’s pitching has not quite set-
Assistant Sports Editor | @Eiu_journalist expects to have another tough perfor- ries. ter that, and Eastern added two more tled in yet this season, but it has shown
mance from Butler. in the eighth, but Murray State had the flashes of the potential it carries.
The Eastern baseball team was sup- He added that the team has had chance to threaten Eastern’s lead after
posed to host its first home game of the “Butler is a very sound team that chances to put teams away early, but just one inning. “We have had a few key pitchers
season Tuesday, but the Coaches Stadi- plays the game the right way,” he said. managed to let opponents get back into struggle, but we have good depth,” An-
um field was not in good-enough shape it. Even back against Western Kentucky derson said. “Once this group gets set-
to host Butler. Anderson also pointed out that the Feb. 24, Eastern led 5-0 after the third tled into roles and we start playing some
Panthers have played well in midweek “Pitchers have not put up scoreless inning. home games, they will get past that.”
So, instead, Eastern will have to wait games, saying those games are where innings after we score,” Anderson said.
another week for its first home game, Eastern scores most of its runs. “If we score one, we have given up a But Western Kentucky reeled off five Overall so far this season, Eastern’s
but in the meantime, the Panthers have run right after.” runs in the bottoms of the third and pitching staff has a combined 5.58 era
a chance to redeem a loss to the Bull- Eastern has scored 32 runs in three fourth innings to tie the game up at 5. and has given up 98 earned runs out of
dogs from last season. midweek games (10.7 per game), which A recent example of this was East- 116 total runs.
is also 29.6 percent of Eastern’s season ern’s last win, Friday against Murray Then in the top of the fifth inning
Last season in the only meeting be- run total (108). The Panthers average State. of the game, Alex Stevenson singled to That first home game was supposed
tween the two, Butler defeated Eastern six runs per game so far this season. right field to score Matt Mackey, but to be Tuesday, but Eastern will face But-
6-3 at Coaches Stadium in April. Eastern’s offense exploded for six Western Kentucky scored four runs in ler on the road at 3 p.m.
Conversely, though, Anderson said runs in the first inning with an early the bottom of the sixth inning to take
Though players from both teams after Eastern’s 14-6 loss to Murray State chance to take the game away from the a 9-6 lead and eventually win the game Dillan Schorfheide can be reached at
have left and the location is different, Sunday that Eastern has a hard time Racers, but Murray State scored three 10-9. 581-2812 or [email protected]
maintaining momentum and has let runs of its own in the fourth inning.
COLUMN | SPORTS
What happened at Bradley needs to be learned from
Bradley. Bradley, Bradley, Brad- JJ Bullock cal prowess that should be expected olds’ credentials, is the sheer idea this relationship, there needs to al-
ley… This is not a good look for of a reporter, and at a time when the that if someone of Reynolds’ repu- ways be an understanding that the
you. What were you thinking? Bradley’s face in the dirt, as the school should have been celebrating tation who has covered the team for reporter has an allegiance to the
school has already restored Reyn- a postseason berth, they instead dis- 29 years can get treated this way at a truth and not the school. And like-
Last week Bradley University olds’ credentials and issued an apol- graced themselves with the alarming small school in Illinois, then who is wise, the reporter needs to under-
made the shocking and disappoint- ogy, but rather to remind athlet- and unfounded act of ignorance and to say it will not happen elsewhere. stand that those who work in the
ing decision to pull credentials from ic departments everywhere of some- arrogance. department have an allegiance to the
Peoria Journal Star beat writer Dave thing they should not need to be re- Perhaps it is a good thing this school and not the reporter.
Reynolds, a reporter who has cov- minded of: A reporter’s job is not to I do believe that athletic depart- happened. This event should serve
ered the Bradley basketball team for promote your team. It is to report ments should reserve the right to to remind all athletic departments It is my hope that everyone can
29 years, ahead of the team’s media on the team, the good, the bad, the pull credentials from reporters who across the country that they need learn from what happened here and
event centered around their upcom- happy and the sad. are indeed being irresponsible in beat reporters. A beat reporter’s job that the relationship between jour-
ing appearance in the NCAA tour- their work, but this was far from the is not to serve the school it covers, nalists and reporters can continue to
nament. Reynolds had done this at the case in Peoria. Reynolds holds three but it is and always will be to serve grow and both sides garner a stron-
Peoria Journal Star for 29 years, cov- Illinois Sportswriter of the Year their readers with the truth. For ger understanding of where each
Almost as disappointing and ri- ering the school with all of the ethi- awards to his name. Three times in Bradley to alienate the reporter that party stands in the relationship.
diculous as the school’s decision to his career people have voted that no covers its team for the paper in its
pull Reynolds’ credentials was the one in the state does their job bet- hometown is troubling. At Eastern we the sports staff of
athletic department’s reasoning be- ter than Reynolds, and Bradley still The Daily Eastern News are thankful
hind their decision; the department thought it would be wise to pull his The relationship between me- for the strong working relationship
did not believe that Reynolds had credentials for not being positive dia and athletic departments needs with the school’s athletic depart-
been “promoting the Bradley brand” enough? My goodness. to be symbiotic. The reporters need ment and hope to continue this in
quite like they would have liked him the department to do their jobs to the long run.
to. You have got to be kidding me. What is scary about this decision the best of their abilities, and the de-
by Bradley, and I do applaud their partments need the reporters to get JJ Bullock can be reached at
It needs to be said that the pur- apology and the restoration of Reyn- the name of their school out. But in 581-2812 or [email protected]
pose of this column is not to rub