We must demand more. For every victim in Roseburg, Oregon, we must demand more. For the 11-month-old infant who was shot along with his mother and grandmother on Chicago’s south side, we must demand... READ MORE »»
The amazing turnaround from last season continues for the EWU volleyball team, as it recorded its second consecutive weekend sweep to move to 4-0 in conference play and 9-6 overall.
The Eagles traveled... READ MORE »»
Despite roadblocks, volleyball started the season strong. Sophomore Nicole Rigoni sets ball for senior Alexis Wesley.
For the remainder of fall quarter, there will be a little red kiosk stationed around Eastern’s campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays called the Health Hut. The kiosk is staffed entirely by Peer Health Educators... READ MORE »»
Erika Ruppelius and Angela Birdsell give helpful information to Jenny Peterson.
Students lined up in the JFK library to join in on EWU’s first Late Night Laser Tag event of the year on Oct. 1.
From 9 p.m. to midnight, those attending got the chance to take part in eight-minute,... READ MORE »»
EWU student defends his territory between the book shelves during the laser tag event.
As of this year, freshmen at EWU are being assigned schedules by their advisor prior to orientation to ensure that all students are able to take only classes that they need.
Mark Baldwin, Associate... Read More »
At approximately 11:45 on Dec. 21, 2007, Bill Keizer, a 45-year-old man driving under the influence of alcohol, was involved in a car crash that killed an 11-year-old boy. Keizer was sentenced to four... Read More »
We must demand more. For every victim in Roseburg, Oregon, we must demand more. For the 11-month-old infant who was shot along with his mother and grandmother on Chicago’s south side, we must demand more. For the 23-year-old father gunned down in a... Read More »
Regrettably choking down a cigarette, hoping my heart doesn’t beat right out of my chest, I try to figure out exactly how I am in this situation.
The first day of class used to be an exciting time to see old friends and meet new people. Now the... Read More »
Campus etiquette is a thing, please respect it or I will push you while I’m trying to get to class.
Navigating campus is an art form and just because you haven’t quite figured that out doesn’t mean you should look like a first year at Hogwarts,... Read More »