Cooper Kupp is coming back.
The 2015 Big Sky Offensive MVP and the two-time All-American wide receiver announced Nov. 30 that he would be returning to Eastern Washington University for his senior s... READ MORE »»
Cooper Kupp evading a Portland State defender in a game at Roos Field on Nov. 21
The smell of marijuana was reported on the third floor of LA Hall. Officers responded and knocked on the door where the source of the smell was suspected. No one... READ MORE »»
This Thanksgiving members of the EWU community have quite a variety of plans for their break, from a traditional Thanksgiving to foreign students and faculty experiencing an all-new holiday.
Director... READ MORE »»
Each year the week before Thanksgiving, the National Coalition for the Homeless and the National Student Campaign against Hunger and Homelessness team up to sponsor National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness... READ MORE »»
Spokane County held general elections on Nov. 3, 2015. Out of 286,245 registered voters in the county, 120,150 people cast their ballots; the overall voter turnout resulted in 41.97 percent of the registered... Read More »
In the spring of 2014, a group of students called the “Science Alliance” rallied support among students and faculty for the construction of new science buildings to replace the half-century-old science... Read More »
This year Starbucks has forgone holiday-themed cups for plain red which has some people arguing Starbucks is now against Christmas and Jesus Christ – a claim that is beyond ridiculous.
First of all, there has never been a symbol on a Starbucks cup... Read More »
What’s the deal with people who use the URC as a place to socialize?
The gym is not a place to meet your next date or make weekend plans. It is a place to better yourself. Personal story hour can wait until we are somewhere else.
It is wildly... Read More »
What’s the deal with people who brag about binge drinking?
Finishing an entire bottle of liquor is not some historic accomplishment, bro.
In the far too many years I’ve spent on a college campus, I have overheard countless stories of people... Read More »