Response: “’A’ is for Annoyed: Straight Privilege Strikes Again”

October 28, 2014

Filed under Letters To The Editor

To The Editor: The full acronym is LGBTQQAAI – it includes allies. We are lucky enough to live on a diverse campus. In highly conservative areas, allies are marginalized. People assume that if you are an ally, you must be gay, and allies are bullied and ostracized. True, it is foolish to assume that allies have the same experiences as, say, a lesbian. At the same time,... Read more »

Views on Ferguson protests from the racial-conscious perspective

By Zenaida Beltran, EWU Student

October 23, 2014

Filed under Carousel, Letters To The Editor, Opinion

Have you ever known anyone that’s been shot by Police enforcement or even seen the excessive force too often done to innocent people? This sense of power that has indefinitely been given to the White man since the early days due to colonialization and practiced through Imperialism into the 21st century. The same power to conquer and oppress countless races and... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Cathy McMorris Rodgers should help hard-working students

Letter to the Editor: Cathy McMorris Rodgers should help hard-working students

July 26, 2014

Dear Editor, As the parent of an Easterner and a visitor to Cheney this week, I have seen that there are many students who work hard to put themselves... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Bookstore hours

Letter to the Editor: Bookstore hours

February 18, 2014

Dear Editor, Have you ever been studying for a test at night and suddenly realize you need a scrantron, green book or notebook for tomorrow? Then, after... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Series Classes: Serious Setback

Letter to the Editor: Series Classes: Serious Setback

February 18, 2014

Dear Editor, Many majors at EWU involve mandatory “series” classes, which are typically three consecutive courses only offered fall-winter-spring.... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Inconsistent University Grade Scale

Letter to the Editor: Inconsistent University Grade Scale

February 18, 2014

Dear Editor, As students, we acknowledge and respect our professors’ right to grade students appropriately, taking into consideration various factors... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Eastern should set an example for recycling

Letter to the Editor: Eastern should set an example for recycling

February 4, 2014

Dear Editor, As our campus and the City of Cheney continue to expand and modernize, a... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Don’t let your money eat you

Letter to the Editor: Don’t let your money eat you

February 4, 2014

Dear Editor, For a student living on campus, it is a requirement to purchase from a variety... Read more »

Letter to the Editor:  International students need to speak up if they want to become bilingual

Letter to the Editor: International students need to speak up if they want to become bilingual

November 5, 2013

There are several things that a student who speaks English as the second language should put into consideration in order to be able to learn the language... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Trick or Treat

Letter to the Editor: Trick or Treat

November 4, 2013

As Halloween approaches, children across the nation are gearing up to knock on people's door with those three infamous words: “Trick or treat!“ Some... Read more »

Letters to the Editor: Article about government shutdown too tame

Letters to the Editor: Article about government shutdown too tame

October 24, 2013

I was happy to see coverage of the federal government shutdown in The Easterner (Issue 4, Oct. 16, 2013). However, the article’s depiction of the shutdown... Read more »

Letter to Editor: Predicting casualties appears misleading

Letter to Editor: Predicting casualties appears misleading

October 18, 2013

I found Ms. Amye Ellsworth's recent article in the Easterner on mass shootings (”Predicting Casualties”) fairly bizarre. I understand that she writes... Read more »