Passing Through The Pillars event symbolizes student success, long-standing tradition

Passing Through The Pillars event symbolizes student success, long-standing tradition

September 25, 2014

As returning students, faculty and staff filled the pathway in front of Showalter Hall, new transfer and freshman students stood on College Ave. on the... Read more »

EWU alumnus hopes to further the artistic community in Spokane

EWU alumnus hopes to further the artistic community in Spokane

June 4, 2014

EWU alumnus Mark Anderson, who co-runs a poetry open mic, called the Broken Mic with alumnus Kurt Olson, never... Read more »

Seniors share best memories, tips for underclassmen

Seniors share best memories, tips for underclassmen

June 4, 2014

As seniors prepare to take their final exams and walk from commencement to the rest of their lives, they reminisce... Read more »

Students pop and lock during dance lesson

Students pop and lock during dance lesson

May 30, 2014

By Kailee Dunn   Sassy sambas and bold break dancing got students up and moving during Lessons in Traditional International Dance. On May 22, the... Read more »

Campus market offers students fresh groceries

Campus market offers students fresh groceries

May 30, 2014

By Kailee Dunn   Almost every Thursday in spring, students can count on seeing the red and white tent extending out from the PUB, hearing music... Read more »

ROTC executes field training complete with Black Hawk lift off

ROTC executes field training complete with Black Hawk lift off

May 30, 2014

After six years of unavailability, a Blackhawk helicopter dropped in on Eastern’s campus to help with ROTC training. Each spring, EWU’s... Read more »

‘Sasquatch!’ festival draws myriad of interesting, drunk attendees

‘Sasquatch!’ festival draws myriad of interesting, drunk attendees

May 29, 2014

The sunset radiated over the Gorge Amphitheatre for the third and final night as thousands of music fans from across the continent drunkenly... Read more »

Diversity week  educates students

Diversity week educates students

May 29, 2014

By Rebekah Frank   The Hargreaves Reading Room was full on May 20-21 as students, faculty and community... Read more »

Turn up the ‘Volume’

Turn up the ‘Volume’

May 27, 2014

  Crowds will gather in Spokane from May 30-31 to experience a musical buffet and turn up the “Volume” with the Inlander’s music festival. Eighty... Read more »

Original music sets tone for art and design installations

Original music sets tone for art and design installations

May 21, 2014

By Rebekah Frank   As students, faculty and community members gathered around the art... Read more »