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A Gaming Home, Away From Home

In the lower level of the Powell building, Tech Commons maintains a number of game consoles and games which students can use and check out during their off hours. 134 more words

The Eastern Kentucky University Gaming Institute

Eastern is now home to Eastern Kentucky University Gaming Institute, the first bachelor’s degree program focusing on game design in the state. Starting this previous summer and fall, a host of new courses were offered, focusing on design, development, and publication of video games within an academic context. 93 more words

National moment of silence today for UCC shooting victims

In honor of the victims of last week’s shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, the American Association of Community Colleges has called for a moment of silence today at 11 a.m. 174 more words


Eastern Kentucky U. closed due to threatening graffiti

Eastern Kentucky University announced Wednesday night that the school will be closed Thursday and Friday, and weekend classes canceled, due to threatening graffiti reported in the bathroom Oct. 442 more words


Blue Wahoos’ Sayre has field set for football Saturdays

Ray Sayre doesn’t have to preach his quest, he lives it.

The field is his canvas.

Part of the reward is praise and thanks he receives for making the playing surface at Blue Wahoos Stadium the best it can be. 1,340 more words


"Kill all by 10/8/15:" Eastern Kentucky University cancels classes after threat on bathroom wall

RICHMOND, Kentucky — Graffiti on a bathroom wall — with the message “KILL ALL BY 10/8/15 THIS BU OOP” — prompted officials at Eastern Kentucky University to shut down the school into next week. 282 more words


Eastern Kentucky moves football game after 'kill all' threat

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Eastern Kentucky University canceled classes and shifted a home football game to another campus because of an escalating threat after the discovery of graffiti that threatened to “kill all” this week, school officials said Wednesday. 607 more words

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