Sports snag international students

By Mike Hantho, Staff Writer

Eastern Washington University is the host to many international student-athletes who have come a long way from home to be a part of our sports programs. In...  Read More »

October 21, 2014

Recent News Stories

Cheney recycling center looking to the future with public awareness, usability

October 20, 2014

Cheney recycles between “600 and 700 tons” of materials per year, a little over 10 percent of all waste; but the city wants the program to become even bigger, according to Todd Ableman, Cheney’s...  Read More »

Coming out day celebrated

October 19, 2014

On Oct. 9, the EWU Pride Center sponsored several campus events to celebrate National Coming Out Day (NCOD), a day which honors the decision of LGBTQ individuals to “come out of the closet” and share...  Read More »

Sports snag international students

By Mike Hantho, Staff Writer

Eastern Washington University is the host to many international student-athletes who have come a long...  Read More »

October 21, 2014

Recent Sports Stories

Eagles volleyball competes on the road against Big Sky

October 20, 2014

The EWU volleyball team competed on the road against California State University, Sacramento, and Portland...  Read More »

EWU men’s basketball set expectations high for season

October 19, 2014

The EWU men’s basketball practices are underway and the expectations this year are above the rim. “Win...  Read More »

‘Untitled’ gallery poetic in nature

‘Untitled’ gallery poetic in nature

By Ayanna Fernandez, Staff Writer

After retiring as chair of the department for Theatre and Film from Eastern Washington University in...  Read More »

October 21, 2014

Recent Eagle Life Stories

Same-sex marriage ban lifted by Supreme Court

October 20, 2014

When Sandra Williams, EWU Pride Center coordinator, heard her daughter expressed a desire to see her...  Read More »

Super Smash Bros. goes handheld

October 19, 2014

“Smash Bros. 3DS” is perhaps the only reason I kept my Nintendo 3DS since the last “Zelda” game...  Read More »