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New Pride Center Manager opens up about struggles

New Pride Center Manager opens up about struggles

February 6, 2016

As a queer, feminist and multiracial man, Nicholas Franco said he has had to overcome many challenges in his life. “My experiences with discrimination... Read more »

Men’s tennis move to 3-1 on the season

Men’s tennis move to 3-1 on the season

February 4, 2016

After opening the season with a pair of home victories the EWU men’s tennis team split two non-conference matches to move to 3-1, falling to the Gonzaga... Read more »

Eagles remain undefeated at home

Eagles remain undefeated at home

February 4, 2016

The Eagles returned home for a pair of games after a couple of tough road losses. In conference play this season EWU is 5-0 at home and 0-4 on the road. On... Read more »

Women’s basketball splits road pair

Women’s basketball splits road pair

February 4, 2016

With a loss against Portland State University, the EWU women’s basketball team went from being first place in the Big Sky conference to tied with Montana... Read more »

Downtown Macy’s closing

Downtown Macy’s closing

February 3, 2016

After 42 years, the building that currently houses Macy’s will be empty come March. The closure will be one of 40 throughout the country due to underperformance. The... Read more »

Women’s tennis sweeps weekend matches

Women’s tennis sweeps weekend matches

February 3, 2016

The EWU women’s tennis team continued its preparation for Big Sky play with a pair of decisive non-conference home victories over the Nevada Wolfpack... Read more »

Battle of the Bands brings diverse music to EWU

Battle of the Bands brings diverse music to EWU

February 3, 2016

There were three judges and eight bands with one winner on the night of Feb. 2 at the Eastern Washington University event for the Battle of the Bands.... Read more »

Eagles’ voice took winding road to EWU booth

Eagles’ voice took winding road to EWU booth

February 3, 2016

He never takes a day off. In his 25 years as the voice of the Eagles, calling nearly 300 football and over 600 basketball gtames, Larry Weir has not missed... Read more »

Suicide Prevention and Awareness week brings 22 boot display to Eastern for the month of January

Suicide Prevention and Awareness week brings 22 boot display to Eastern for the month of January

January 31, 2016

EWU Veterans Resource Center (VRC) sponsored suicide awareness week to raise awareness of the high number of veterans lost to suicide every day. The... Read more »

Gamers Club brings students together

Gamers Club brings students together

January 30, 2016

The EWU Gamers Club provides students and community members with an opportunity to socialize with friends while playing a variety of video and tabletop... Read more »

EWU graduate, former football player returns as coach

EWU graduate, former football player returns as coach

January 29, 2016

Head coach Beau Baldwin announced on Jan. 14 the team has hired EWU alum Eti Ena as the new defensive front coordinator and defensive end coach. Ryan... Read more »

Updates on PUB renovation

Updates on PUB renovation

January 28, 2016

The PUB renovation project is expected to bring big changes, reshaping some portions of the building and completely eliminating others. “Swoops is... Read more »