Inland Northwest shares global warming woes

By Jasmine Kemp, News Editor

As the temperature hovered around 90 degrees, the Spokane contingent of the People’s Climate March raised their signs through downtown chanting, “coal...  Read More »

September 26, 2014

Recent News Stories

Summer heat affects market production

September 25, 2014

“It hasn’t been a very big market,” said Jeanie Wolen, Cheney Farmers Market manager. Cheney Farmers Market concluded its season with five vendors. Their season began in June and ends with the...  Read More »

Awareness and concern of Ebola ripples across the US

September 25, 2014

Search ‘Ebola’ on the Internet and there are images from West Africa of people donning white suits carrying the dead away in body bags. The largest outbreak of Ebola, with a fatality rate of 90...  Read More »

Volleyball Eags look to end losing streak

Volleyball Eags look to end losing streak

By Elohino Theodore, Senior Reporter

At a current record of 4-9, five games under .500, the EWU volleyball team looks to find answers in the...  Read More »

September 24, 2014

Recent Sports Stories

Bomber and Julian, September’s scholar-athletes

September 24, 2014

Senior volleyball opposite hitter Kelsey Julian and senior football wide receiver Blair Bomber were named...  Read More »

NFL criticized for inaction of players

September 24, 2014

The NFL season has been underway for three weeks, but football is far from the topic many fans are concerned...  Read More »

Passing Through The Pillars event symbolizes student success, long-standing tradition

Passing Through The Pillars event symbolizes student success, long-standing tradition

By Nicole Ruse, Editor-in-Chief

As returning students, faculty and staff filled the pathway in front of Showalter Hall, new transfer...  Read More »

September 25, 2014

Recent Eagle Life Stories

EWU alumnus hopes to further the artistic community in Spokane

June 4, 2014

EWU alumnus Mark Anderson, who co-runs a poetry open mic, called...  Read More »