ASEWU candidates greet students at barbecue

ASEWU candidates greet students at barbecue

April 30, 2015

Music, sunshine and food were the backdrop for the April 20 barbecue outside of Snyamncut Hall, part of a meet and greet for contenders of the 2015-16... Read more »

EWU Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity alleged of ‘misbehavior’

EWU Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity alleged of ‘misbehavior’

April 29, 2015

The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity (SigEp) — Washington Gamma RLC Chapter was ordered to cease and desist all chapter operations on April 22 while the... Read more »

Campus mall purge of dying trees

Campus mall purge of dying trees

April 25, 2015

The campus mall has a new appearance; the blossoming cherry trees that once encompassed the campus mall are gone. The removal of the flowering ornamental... Read more »

Pride Week soon to come to a close

Pride Week soon to come to a close

April 24, 2015

There are three days and six events left in this year’s Pride Week as of Wednesday morning, and it is bigger than ever before, according to Sandra Williams,... Read more »

Recycling Center recognized on Earth Day

Recycling Center recognized on Earth Day

April 22, 2015

April 22 is the 45th year Earth Day has been celebrated and EWU is honoring it with its annual Earth Day Fair. Earth Day was founded by Gaylord Nelson... Read more »

Eastern professor, SPD captain study discrimination

Eastern professor, SPD captain study discrimination

April 17, 2015

EWU’s Ed Byrnes, Ph.D., teamed up with Captain Brad Arleth of the Spokane Police Department to gather and study data on officer initiated contacts with... Read more »

New art project taking over first floor of Brewster Hall

New art project taking over first floor of Brewster Hall

April 17, 2015

Brewster Hall’s communal space on the first floor has been hidden behind a large plastic tarp as construction crews convert the area into an art gallery... Read more »

Former EWU president and wife to be honored at Cheney campus mall

By Katie Dunn, Staff Writer

April 16, 2015

Filed under News

Former EWU President Rodolfo Arévalo and his wife Nadine Arévalo are returning to Eastern on April 23, where a ceremony will be held to dedicate the campus mall in their name. Eastern released an announcement that on April 23 the Arévalos will have the campus mall dedicated to them. Rodolfo Arévalo began working at Eastern in 2006 and retired at the end of the 2013-2014... Read more »

SAE incident reflects drawbacks in Greek communities

SAE incident reflects drawbacks in Greek communities

April 16, 2015

Eastern’s Greek community is a small one. Despite the competition between houses, we are one big Greek family. Taking a look on a national scale, all... Read more »

STA tax ballot can improve bus routes

STA tax ballot can improve bus routes

April 10, 2015

Spokane Transit Authority is looking to make changes to their bus system through Proposition No. 1 on the April 28 ballot. According to the ballot,... Read more »

Health program takes new focus

By Jasmine Ari Kemp, News Editor

April 2, 2015

Filed under News

After all the poking and prodding, the interrogating and pain, a sexual-assault survivor needs all the support they can get from their friends, family and community. EWU Health Wellness and Prevention Services has the conversation rolling with a local adaptation of the national Start by Believing campaign. Start by Believing is part of End Violence Against Women International.... Read more »

Washington legislation considers new bills

Washington legislation considers new bills

April 1, 2015

Bills under current consideration in Olympia may impact Eastern’s future students. This year, a speed limit increase for Interstate 90, Washington... Read more »