Diverse student population grows at Eastern

Diverse student population grows at Eastern

October 23, 2014

As Eastern enters another school year, the population of diverse students has grown almost 10 percent, according to EWU’s Full Time Enrolled Students... Read more »

New Season, new coach for Eastern men’s tennis

By Elohino Theodore, Senior Reporter

October 22, 2014

Filed under Carousel, Sports

Steve Clark is currently coaching in his first season with Eastern, and he is bringing more than 25 years of collegiate experience with him. “I’ve been with the [team] for a about a month and a half,” said Clark. “I feel we’ve gelled, I feel like I’ve known them a long time.” According to Clark, he is having an easy time fitting in and adjusting to life... Read more »

Super Smash Bros. goes handheld

Super Smash Bros. goes handheld

October 19, 2014

“Smash Bros. 3DS” is perhaps the only reason I kept my Nintendo 3DS since the last “Zelda” game released last year. The newest edition of the... Read more »

Coming out day celebrated

Coming out day celebrated

October 19, 2014

On Oct. 9, the EWU Pride Center sponsored several campus events to celebrate National Coming Out Day (NCOD), a day which honors the decision of LGBTQ individuals... Read more »

Preventing sexual assaults is on us

Preventing sexual assaults is on us

October 18, 2014

Sexual assault is a national issue, the Washington Post reported. The Eastern Washington University police Clery Act shows that in 2013 there was one... Read more »

Finalists for Star Search talent contest announced

Finalists for Star Search talent contest announced

October 12, 2014

EWU Libraries announced the three finalists for their annual Star Search Talent Contest on... Read more »

All eyes on the Kupp

All eyes on the Kupp

October 10, 2014

After having a record-breaking freshman season, redshirt sophomore Cooper Kupp, the 2013 Big Sky Conference Freshmen of the Year, is not fully satisfied. Kupp,... Read more »

Terrain: Spokane’s creative kaleidoscope

Terrain: Spokane’s creative kaleidoscope

October 9, 2014

The outside of the warehouse looks abandoned, but there is plenty of action inside. People are coming and going, tools are strewn about, art installations... Read more »

Cheney’s absent recycling system bothersome

By Nicole Ruse, Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2014

Filed under Carousel, Opinion

When I moved into my first apartment in Cheney, I was shocked. The city of Cheney does not have a recycling waste system; however, they do have a recycling center on Anderson Road that my roommate informed me about. It pleases me to know Eastern Washington University recycles, yet I am astounded toward the lack of reasoning behind Cheney’s inability to fund a proper... Read more »

Associated Press in need of voting clerks to hire at the Cheney EWU campus

By Nicole Ruse, Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2014

Filed under Carousel

The Associated Press, in conjunction with ASEWU, is hiring EWU students for Election Day on the Cheney campus at $12 an hour. AP, the world’s largest news gathering organization, is working with Eastern to site its Western Region Election Center in the PUB MPR on November 4. AP wants 250 Eastern students as clerks to staff the center on election night. Students that are... Read more »

Greek life at Eastern: More than just stereotypes

By Nathan Peters, Managing Editor

October 9, 2014

Filed under Carousel, Opinion

Transferring from community college to Eastern was a culture shock for me. The amount of events and groups on campus to get involved in is still overwhelming. I have joined a few other campus groups along with The Easterner, one being Sigma Phi Epsilon – one of 10 fraternities at EWU. Joining the Greek community can be a great experience, but taking that first step may... Read more »