• Issue 14 of the Easterner is now online! Check out the current issue section! Go Eags! November 13, 2014

EWU collaborates with local nonprofits for MLK Day of Service

EWU collaborates with local nonprofits for MLK Day of Service

January 23, 2015

A crowd gathered outside the Spokane Convention Center on Jan. 19 preparing for the Unity March in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., the kickoff event for... Read more »

STA bus from Eastern to Riverpoint a “complicated” situation

STA bus from Eastern to Riverpoint a “complicated” situation

January 22, 2015

The Spokane Transit Authority has recently been working with representatives of Eastern to establish a more direct bus route from the Cheney campus to... Read more »

Spokane march symbolizes awareness, need for change in America

Spokane march symbolizes awareness, need for change in America

January 22, 2015

Photo by Shawntelle Moncy Eastern students and community members participated in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day... Read more »

Suicide prevention advocate shares his experience

Suicide prevention advocate shares his experience

January 21, 2015

Kevin Hines, who survived a leap from the Golden Gate bridge, came to Showalter Auditorium on the evening of Jan. 13 to talk about his life since that... Read more »

PUB remodel campaign growing

By Katie Dunn, Staff Writer

January 16, 2015

Filed under Carousel, News, Showcase

A date is set in place, Feb. 24, as a push from ASEWU toward students to vote for the PUB redesign in the weeks to come. A poster, hung on the Pence Union Building, is one of the ways ASEWU is trying to get students’ attention regarding the future of the Pence Union Building. “I love the fact that it’s a big poster and that it catches the attention of every student,”... Read more »

EWU Police eliminate gun storage at Red Barn

EWU Police eliminate gun storage at Red Barn

January 15, 2015

The Eastern Washington University police station, commonly known as the Red Barn, will not offer students the service of checking in their guns for storage... Read more »

Cyberbullying at a modern level

Cyberbullying at a modern level

December 10, 2014

As nearly 54 percent of young Facebook users report being cyberbullied, the need for social awareness and action becomes stronger, according to NoBullying.com. Cyberbullying... Read more »

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 »