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Police Beat December 1st

Police Beat December 1st

December 1, 2016

Vehicle Violation November 11 At a traffic stop on 900 Elm St., a non student was pulled over by an officer. The driver was found to have had an ... Read more »

EWU Giving Joy Day raising over $100,000 for scholarships

EWU Giving Joy Day raising over $100,000 for scholarships

November 29, 2016

Today in front of John F. Kennedy Library, EWU hosted a “Giving Joy Day” booth in the spirit of Giving Tuesday, an international event held on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving... Read more »

Music Department hosts ‘a call to open arms’ gathering

Music Department hosts ‘a call to open arms’ gathering

November 22, 2016

Concerns about the current social and political climate has once again brought students together to express their notions of solidarity. Organized by ... Read more »

EWU alumna unites hundreds for peaceful gathering at Spokane County Courthouse

EWU alumna unites hundreds for peaceful gathering at Spokane County Courthouse

November 19, 2016

About 200 tearful, excited and hopeful people joined in on the peaceful gathering and fundraiser outside the Spokane County Courthouse Saturday afternoon. ... Read more »

EWU community members address ‘sanctuary’ petition and other concerns to Board of Trustees

EWU community members address ‘sanctuary’ petition and other concerns to Board of Trustees

November 18, 2016

Students, faculty, staff and community members were invited to voice their concerns regarding social and political issues that may affect the EWU campus ... Read more »

EWU Foundation hopes to raise over $100,000 by fundraising on Giving Joy Day

EWU Foundation hopes to raise over $100,000 by fundraising on Giving Joy Day

November 17, 2016

EWU students may be noticing a few banners hanging above entrances to various buildings on campus that promote Giving Joy Day. Along with the intent of s... Read more »

Police Beat November 17th

Police Beat November 17th

November 17, 2016

Intimidation/Harassment November 7 During class, a male student sat in another male student’s seat. They had an argument over it where officers respo... Read more »

EWU Multicultural Coalition hosts Unity Rally in solidarity with marginalized communities

EWU Multicultural Coalition hosts Unity Rally in solidarity with marginalized communities

November 17, 2016

EWU’s Multicultural Coalition (MCC) hosted a unity rally in the campus mall Nov. 15. Comprised of MEChA, the Black Student Union, the Native American Students Associat... Read more »

Veterans Resource Center dedicates November to veterans

By Logan Stanley, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016

Filed under News, Uncategorized

In spirit of the holiday on Nov. 11, the Veterans Resource Center will be dedicating the entire month of November to veterans. Dave Millet, the director of the Veterans Resource Center, said the VRC will be engaged in a number of events and activities over this next month to honor the national holiday. Until Nov. 15, there will be a display in the library with all the service f... Read more »

EWU athletic department generates over $4 million in revenue

EWU athletic department generates over $4 million in revenue

November 10, 2016

The EWU athletic department (AD) in 2015 received a majority of its financial support from the university, and according to the AD, nearly 70 percent of... Read more »

The Cheney Merchant Association seeks to assist and advertise businesses in Cheney

By Logan Stanley, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016

Filed under News, Uncategorized

Here in Cheney, local businesses have set up a network in order to collaborate with one another and the community at-large. Named the Cheney Merchant Association (CMA), the mission of the association is to be a form of assistance for the businesses in town and essentially to help advertise Cheney. “Our mission is to promote a dynamic marketplace that enhances Cheney’s appeal ... Read more »

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