Doughnut shop crafts sweet snacks

Doughnut shop crafts sweet snacks

February 28, 2015

Nestled in downtown Spokane where Dawn of the Donut used to be, Casual Friday Donuts is the resurrected coffee and donut stop. Vintage wood furnishings,... Read more »

Guest director portrays Irish-themed production at EWU theater

By Alla Drokina, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

Filed under Eagle Life

A snippet of Ireland is coming to EWU. Artistic director for Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre and guest director at EWU Jadd Davis will bring the musical “A Man of No Importance”  to life at Eastern this spring. “A Man of No Importance” opens on March 4 and offers the audience a glimpse of 1960s Ireland. Based off the movie with the same name, it is about a man, Alfie... Read more »

Slam poetry rattles emotions

Slam poetry rattles emotions

February 27, 2015

A hush settled over the crowd when the first poet dominated the stage at The Bartlett, a live music venue and bar, on Feb. 16 for the monthly Spokane Poetry... Read more »

Paid internships for STEM students are beneficial

Paid internships for STEM students are beneficial

February 22, 2015

Internships are extremely valuable to students and not just because they look great on a resume but because students get to develop new skills and form... Read more »

TOY gift program packages treats and fun year-round

By Ariel Kimbleton, Staff Writer

February 21, 2015

Filed under Eagle Life

Since its creation in 1984, Dining Services’ Thinking of You (TOY) gift program has become an EWU tradition.The TOY program is available to serve students for the entire academic year, not just for large holidays. “While [the program] is mainly used to deliver gifts from parents to the students, we still do deliveries for gifts from other students for birthdays or... Read more »

Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3-D a profound portable game

Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3-D a profound portable game

February 21, 2015

The 3DS remake of the popular Nintendo 64 game “Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D” is the single greatest game I've played on the portable system, and is arguably... Read more »

EWU Condomania presents safe sexual health activities

By Nathan Peters, Managing Editor

February 21, 2015

Filed under Eagle Life

As Eastern wrapped up its annual sexual health awareness week, Condomania proved to be a hit once again. The yearly, three-hour event focused on activities that promote and educate safe, sober and consensual sex. The event was held in The Roost lobby where tables with activities were spread out in a wide circle. There were additional tables downstairs where attendees could... Read more »

Blue in the Rink game raises funds for autism charity

Blue in the Rink game raises funds for autism charity

February 20, 2015

Over Valentine’s Day weekend, both men’s JV and varsity hockey teams played a benefit game to raise autism awareness. The event, called Blue on... Read more »

Local university partners promote career fair

Local university partners promote career fair

February 20, 2015

Over 105 employers have signed up to meet at the 21st annual Partnership and Employment Career Fair to provide students with an opportunity for success... Read more »

“Dragon Age: Inquisition,” a refreshing round three

By Chris Mudd, Staff Writer

February 16, 2015

Filed under Eagle Life

"Dragon Age: Inquisition" is BioWare’s newest entry in the fantasy "Dragon Age" franchise and fits right in with its already spectacular track record. "Inquisition" returns the player to the world still racked from events in the previous titles of the series, which may leave newcomers feeling lost. It's an expansive world, but within a few hours of gameplay the player... Read more »

Students’ view on Black History Month: Is one month enough?

By Shawntelle Moncy and Alla Drokina, for the Easterner

February 13, 2015

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Some African-American students at EWU would argue that 28 out of 365 days a year to celebrate black history is not sufficient. According to a head count survey done by Ethnic Diversity at EWU fall quarter, 3.21 percent of the student population marked being black or African-American. That is approximately 432 students out of 13,453. Senior journalism major Whitney Mitchell,... Read more »

“Real Talk” provides real perspective

“Real Talk” provides real perspective

February 13, 2015

About thirty faculty, staff and students, primarily women of color, congregated in Monroe 205 on Feb. 10 to listen and participate in a “Real Talk”... Read more »