The on-trend, millennial-market focused clothing outfitter, Urban Outfitters, has come under fire recently for featuring a plus-size model in their diversity campaign, “Class of 2017,” who wears a shirt in a size the store doesn’t even carry in stock. Barbie Ferreia, the model featured in UO’s... Read more »
On the night of Nov. 8, 2016 many people went to bed disappointed. Many people were upset, some were angry and others were simply in shock. Soon, a string of protests sprung up nationwide. Despite the dissatisfaction and regret felt by many, let me tell you why Donald Trump may be just what America needs ... Read more »
January 12, 2017
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Video Game Rosie Perry - Don’t Starve Together “Don’t Starve Together” is an online multiplayer or local split screen gaming experience. The game drops you in a world full of different environmental biomes with dark creatures waiting to kill you and you only have one job, survive. If ... Read more »
ASEWU has been a part of our institution for over 150 years, and it seems like student involvement since then has seriously declined. Students these days either don’t have the time, aren’t willing to participate or they don’t have adequate access to the government that is meant to reflect their ... Read more »
Easterner Asks “Do you feel involved in student government? Have you seen any advertising or promotion for ASEWU?
Photos by Brad Brown for The Easterner.
Two of the most difficult to come by concepts for college students in today’s age are time and money. We have no time to shop, play video games or converse with our friends down at the bar because we're working and studying. We have no time to really work and make a sufficient amount of money beca... Read more »
Music is blaring over the speakers, the air is warm as the heater works in overtime to combat the cold air outside the confines of the car. The world is bright, the sun shining off the snow making everything look pure and magical. Everything seems perfect, the holiday season is here and warm, gooey,... Read more »
Starbucks managed to stir up controversy and outrage last year with their minimalist red cup for the holiday season. Well they managed to do it again this year about their new green“community” cup. Many seem confused as to whether the community cup is replacing the traditional holiday cup. ... Read more »
For many incoming freshmen, going to college is emblematic of a newfound freedom and, perhaps, a break away from obsessively protective helicopter parents. However, year after year, the university seems to keep infantilizing the residential college system for freshmen. From expensively rigid meal plans and an on ... Read more »
EWU’s 2016 Diversity and Inclusion Week was filled with inspirational and beautifully organized events that showcased the multiple ways in which we experience diversity. The week also provided many opportunities for serious reflection and conversation. I’m very grateful to the President’s Committee... Read more »
With many students commuting to EWU every morning, the difficulties of finding a decent parking spot can cause great frustration. Driving circles around campus, using more gas than it took to actually get there in the first place, many students attempt to fill the smallest of spots even if they are... Read more »