• Officially Thanksgiving break classes set to resume on Monday December 1 November 13, 2014

Inland Northwest shares global warming woes

Inland Northwest shares global warming woes

September 26, 2014

As the temperature hovered around 90 degrees, the Spokane contingent of the People’s Climate March raised their signs through downtown chanting, “coal... Read more »

Please stop talking about cake

Please stop talking about cake

January 17, 2014

  Two years ago, I had a vivid conversation with a young man that spanned the course of five hours. Two glasses of wine and... Read more »

Professor angling for solutions to fish problem

Professor angling for solutions to fish problem

May 20, 2013

Professor Al Scholz sits in his office, surrounded by the books he wrote and his students’ theses, concentrating on what... Read more »

Literature festival celebrates 15-year anniversary

Literature festival celebrates 15-year anniversary

March 16, 2013

Editor's note: There were errors that went into print. According to Melissa Huggins, she is actually the Director... Read more »

EWU Campus police gain hands-on experience through training program

February 7, 2013

Michael Pry always has the “what-if” question in the back of his mind. “What if my neighbor across the street comes out of his house attacking... Read more »

Vice provost hopefuls talk student retention

Vice provost hopefuls talk student retention

February 7, 2013

By Libby Campbell, senior reporter ... Read more »

EWU teachers pay homage to theatrical music

EWU teachers pay homage to theatrical music

December 6, 2012

It was during ˝Dead Elvis˝ that Lynne Feller-Marshall walked out on stage with her bassoon while wearing a white pantsuit with flashy rhinestones,... Read more »