Cru club creates community

By Rebekah Frank, Administrative Assistant

May 18, 2015

Filed under Opinion

I walked into the auditorium of Showalter Hall on Wednesday night and was immediately met with relaxing music, good company and the feeling of being home. Going to Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ), for me, is like a small vacation I go on every week for two hours. I show up and all the stress of school, work and family just melts away. I find a seat with friends... Read more »

Plant allergies are ruining lives

Plant allergies are ruining lives

May 17, 2015

Once again, spring has sprung, and once again the beautiful but lecherous flowers are attempting to pollinate my nostrils. Now, I much prefer spring... Read more »

Library reserve system has room for improvement

By Laura Lango, Photographer

May 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion

t’s a story familiar to many college students: It’s the start of the quarter and the hassle of purchasing textbooks looms. Since, according to the EWU Financial Aid and Scholarships Office website, student financial aid isn’t posted until the first day of the quarter or after, students dependent on this aid are stuck with some unattractive choices. Students can either... Read more »

Polyamory unveiled

Polyamory unveiled

May 9, 2015

Polyamory is coming more and more to the forefront of modern consciousnesses, and as it does, those of us who are polyamorous are often confronted with... Read more »

A negative side to positive self-talk

A negative side to positive self-talk

May 1, 2015

It’s not uncommon in American culture to be exposed to a constant bombardment of cliched tropes about self-esteem, success, positive self-talk and motivation. Smile... Read more »

Political parties are petty

Political parties are petty

April 29, 2015

With the 2016 presidential ticket getting more crowded by the day, the Republican party needs to see a massive shift in ideology and strategy if they ever... Read more »

Political parties are petty

Political parties are petty

April 28, 2015

Hillary Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State, is basing the premise of her presidential campaign on America being a country of hard-working values and... Read more »

College to Photography

College to Photography

April 26, 2015

Spokane is conventionally painted in a rather besmirched light; to numerous outsiders it is a nest of delinquency, methamphetamines, and pothole ridden... Read more »

Your technophobic pretension is boring

Your technophobic pretension is boring

April 26, 2015

Oftentimes it seems as if the baby boomer generation has nothing better to do with their time than criticise younger generations. From the May 20, 2013... Read more »

Dear cherry blossoms, I’m sorry you got sunscald

Dear cherry blossoms, I’m sorry you got sunscald

April 25, 2015

Last week I wrote an opinion piece complaining about the cherry blossoms being taken out of the campus mall. This week I would like to apologize for casting... Read more »

‘Crazy cat lady’ stereotype mass-produced

‘Crazy cat lady’ stereotype mass-produced

April 20, 2015

While I was visiting Boo Radley’s Gift Shop in downtown Spokane a few days ago, I saw a game that, at first, really intrigued me: The Crazy Cat Lady... Read more »

What’s better: Dorm, apartment or house? We weigh in

What’s better: Dorm, apartment or house? We weigh in

April 19, 2015

Despite dorm accessibility, houses provide cheaper living, more space and privacy By Anna Mills - Photographer [caption id="attachment_35519"... Read more »