The Eastern Review

The Eastern Review, 1908.

Modern technology gives us the opportunity to find all kinds of information about a university before we ever step foot on its campus. Websites give you all the info you need, from classes, degree programs, and buildings where you’ll live and learn. The Eastern Kentucky Review was the precursor to today’s online university catalogs. With the Eastern Review, students could look up important dates for the semester, what kind of classes they needed to take, and the names of professors. The 1908-1909 Eastern Kentucky Review packet was only 83 pages long. Compare that to EKU’s Undergraduate Catalog, which has over 300 pages and only lists classes! 

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