Morris Street Market back in business

By Alex Miller, Staff Writer

Students living in Streeter Hall or Morrison Hall who are looking for groceries can avoid a long, cold walk to campus by visiting the Morris Street Market...  Read More »

March 14, 2015

Recent News Stories

Eastern offers course studying terrorism

March 14, 2015

Eastern will offer Terrorism and Revolution in the Modern World, a course about world terrorism this spring quarter. GOVT 398, taught by Dan Sisson, is listed as a seminar course and offered Tuesdays and...  Read More »

County disputes ordinances on levy tax

March 5, 2015

The Spokane City Council and other city officials are working toward keeping the promise made in regards to the 2014 street levy. The street levy is a 20-year plan that increases the city’s regular...  Read More »

Late rally not enough, (13) Eagles fall to (4) Hoyas

By Fetlew Gebreziabher, Online Sports Editor

The music stops and the dancing comes to an end for the Eastern Washington Eagles men’s basketball...  Read More »

March 22, 2015

Recent Sports Stories

EWU seeded 13 in the South region of NCAA tournament

March 15, 2015

For the first time since 2004, the Eastern Washington Eagles will be dancing in March. The 13 seeded...  Read More »

EWU advances to first NCAA Tournament since 2004

March 15, 2015

It was looking grim. Everything the Eastern’s men’s basketball team had worked for in the offseason...  Read More »

D.J. Jigre opens doors into his life, hardships

D.J. Jigre opens doors into his life, hardships

By Nicole Ruse, Editor-in-Chief

This is part two of a feature story on D.J. Jigre. Part I can be viewed here. As...  Read More »

March 20, 2015

Recent Eagle Life Stories

Clothing drive held in the PUB

March 15, 2015

The EWU Children’s Studies Capstone will be holding a clothing drive on March 13 for the Crosswalk...  Read More »

Eastern alumnus finds niche in Spokane’s poetry scene

March 15, 2015

When his name is announced, the crowd erupts into cheers and applause. Some 50 people were crammed...  Read More »