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ASEWU Student Government Candidates 2013

ASEWU Student Government Candidates 2013

April 24, 2013
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Please select from the links below to see the candidates running for that position. The Easterner does not endorse any specific candidate for any position in the ASEWU. Candidates are presented alphabetically by position. Candidate statements have been edited in accordance with the Associated Press Stylebook to reflect the requirements of content in ...

All-star safety arrives from UCLA

All-star safety arrives from UCLA

April 19, 2013
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McDonald seeks new start in Cheney after being dismissed as a Bruin By Josh Friesen sports editor easterner.sports@gmail.com The Eagles have another ball-hawk defender to bolster an already talented array of defensive backs. Tevin McDonald, a free safety recently dismissed from the UCLA football program for violating team policies, has made the 1,100 mile journey fr...

Liquor control board eyes rules for weed in bars

Liquor control board eyes rules for weed in bars

By Kyle Harding, Opinion Editor
April 17, 2013
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  [polldaddy poll=7043994] Two bar owners on the west side of the state have decided to test the boundaries of marijuana legalization by allowing its use in their establishments, and it appears the Liquor Control Board is not going to sit by and let that happen. In an April 3 press release, boar...

Hygiene machines falter in some school restrooms

Hygiene machines falter in some school restrooms

By Amy Meyer, Editor-in-Chief
April 17, 2013
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Kelli Crawford wanted to buy a tampon, but all she found was an empty dispenser. Crawford said that not only did she find the unstocked dispensers frustrating, but she thought the unavailability of these products as unhygienic. She felt unwelcome. Menstruation is a natural, biological functi...

From one end of campus to the other

From one end of campus to the other

April 11, 2013
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Written By Paul Sell and Cori Olson p.robert.sell@gmail.com In the middle of a harsh winter quarter, Madeline Seacore faced a challenge that all EWU students dread: getting from Kingston Hall to her next class in the Music Building in less than 10 minutes. Seacore did not have many choices available t...

Football back in action at spring practice

Football back in action at spring practice

By Peter Sowards, Senior Reporter
April 11, 2013
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One image lingered in the mind of redshirt sophomore quarterback Vernon Adams during the offseason after a disappointing playoff loss. “That game, Sam Houston State, 45-42. We just have unfinished business.” That was the prevailing thought on the minds of coaches and players at EWU’s first...

Spring football practice

Spring football practice

April 6, 2013
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Photos by: Aaron Malmoe  

Minors Kept to Daytime Networking Events

Minors Kept to Daytime Networking Events

By Aascot Holt, Staff Writer
April 3, 2013
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  If a student started college at EWU before the age of 18, they are likely to be barred from university-funded networking events. The popular university-promoted off-campus networking event, the EWU Young Professionals Network, attracts high-profile guests quarterly. No other networking event, ...

Don’t Stop Me Now: Easterner Edition

Don’t Stop Me Now: Easterner Edition

March 18, 2013
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Take a break from studying for finals to enjoy this short video. Did you think you could stop The Easterner? If you did, you thought wrong. The Easterner presents their lip sync of "Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen. If you think you'd like to be involved in this fun group, stop by The Easterner and check...

Students self-medicate

Students self-medicate

By Linsey Garrison, Staff Writer
March 13, 2013
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When school and life create too many tasks to accomplish in one day, students across the nation have found that the effects of Adderall can be appealing, and EWU students are no different. Adderall and Ritalin are stimulants commonly prescribed to children and adults who have been dia...

Nelson’s career-best 24 points lift Eagles

Nelson’s career-best 24 points lift Eagles

March 7, 2013
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By Peter Sowards SENIOR REPORTER packerfan4life@gmail.com Thursday's match up against Idaho State saw 58 combined free throws, 44 personal fouls, six ties, seven lead changes and an overtime victory for the Eagles with playoff seeding on the line. “It was a battle for the ages,” head coach Wendy Schuller said. Sophomore Lexie Nelson scored a career-high 24 points — seven in over...

No salvaging ‘Savages’

No salvaging ‘Savages’

By Al Stover, Eagle Life Editor
March 7, 2013
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  March 6, 2013 Editor's note: The mascot for Stanford University was described incorrectly in print. They are actually known as the Stanford Cardinal. It was 2004 when a group of students wore a “throwback” jersey with the words EWSC Savages and a caricature of an American Indian on the fro...

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