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

EWU Theatre’s adaption relevant to current social injustice, racial issues

EWU Theatre’s adaption relevant to current social injustice, racial issues

November 19, 2014

The EWU theater program presented “To Kill a Mockingbird” on Nov. 14, a play adapted from Harper Lee’s book of the same name, by Christopher Sergel.... Read more »

University curriculum challenged at BSU forum

University curriculum challenged at BSU forum

November 19, 2014

Eastern boasts as one of the most diverse campuses in Washington state, yet lately situations and feedback have arose that point to a less-than-racially-inclusive... Read more »

Low turnout for Spokane County in midterm elections

Low turnout for Spokane County in midterm elections

November 16, 2014

The day before the Nov. 4 general elections in Washington state, local media in Spokane predicted low voter turnout. KXLY, KHQ and The Spokesman-Review... Read more »

Eastern wins national award for impact in community service efforts

Eastern wins national award for impact in community service efforts

November 12, 2014

In the 2010 United States Census, 38.8 percent of Cheney residents were below the poverty level. Eastern’s Office of Community Engagement (OCE), and... Read more »

EWU evokes veteran appreciation

EWU evokes veteran appreciation

November 12, 2014

With about 560 veterans attending Eastern fall quarter, the campus shut down Nov. 11 to honor those who served. ASEWU Legislative Liaison Jordan Martin... Read more »

“Let us march on ’til victory is won.”

“Let us march on ’til victory is won.”

November 12, 2014

Chants of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” could be heard throughout campus Nov. 3, when members of the Black Student Union, dressed in all black, marched... Read more »

Children celebrate Halloween on campus

Children celebrate Halloween on campus

November 6, 2014

What started as an idea from a former university president’s wife has transformed into a campus tradition. EWU has hosted the Harvest Festival and... Read more »

Mr. and Ms. Eastern crowned into royalty

Mr. and Ms. Eastern crowned into royalty

October 30, 2014

Eastern hosted its annual Mr. and Ms. Eastern Pageant on Oct. 27, crowning two new students. Chairperson Mike Cardenas, chairperson for Eagle Entertainment,... Read more »

ASEWU T-shirt event marks beginning of Spirit Week

ASEWU T-shirt event marks beginning of Spirit Week

October 30, 2014

Monday morning was brought to life as music blasted through the campus mall, the smell of cotton candy rose in the air and dozens of students gathered... Read more »

Homecoming unites campus to community causes

Homecoming unites campus to community causes

October 30, 2014

Community service is a part of the annual events of Eastern’s Homecoming Week. Rake a Difference was this year’s Eagle Spirit Week community engagement... Read more »

EWU basketball teams, students celebrate Eagle Madness

By Elohino Theodore, Senior Reporter

October 29, 2014

Filed under Carousel, Sports

The women’s and men’s basketball team celebrated Eagle Madness with the EWU community on Oct. 23 in honor of the 2014-15 season. The night started out with both teams warming up on opposite ends of the court and music blasting over the loudspeakers. It was time for introductions as Eastern’s cheerleaders came out and entertained the crowd. As this season’s rosters... Read more »

Nelson and Hodgins recognized by Big Sky

By Elohino Theodore, Senior Reporter

October 29, 2014

Filed under Carousel, Sports

College Sports Madness named EWU basketball’s redshirt senior Lexie Nelson and redshirt junior Hayley Hodgins to their 2014-15 preseason All-Big Sky Conference team on Oct. 15. Nelson made the first team roster as a guard/forward and Hodgins made the second team roster at the guard position. Eastern is the only Big Sky Conference school this season with more than one... Read more »