In a second attempt to remodel the Pence Union Building, ASEWU held a special election on Feb. 24.
Out of 2,053 votes cast, 1,052 people voted for the remodel, 983 people voted against the remodel and... READ MORE »»
March is Women’s History Month in the U.S., the U.K. and Australia. In the U.S., it began as a tribute to International Women’s Day, which started on March 8, 1911. In 1980, President Jimmy Carter... READ MORE »»
The PUB redesign preliminary numbers are 1,052 students voting for and 983 voting against it, according to Kelsey Lavelle, ASEWU director of elections.
According to Lavelle, 18 ballots were submitted... READ MORE »»
The Pence Union Building rendering, portraying the west side entrance facing Pearce residence hall, will be modeled around students and visitor ease of access.
Over Valentine’s Day weekend, both men’s JV and varsity hockey teams played a benefit game to raise autism awareness.
The event, called Blue on the Ice, had the players on both teams, as well as... READ MORE »»
Eastern hockey players wore blue jerseys for the autism charity game at EWU.
Students from grades four through 12 participated in EWU’s sixth annual West Valley Civics Conference on Feb. 20.
This year’s theme was: What needs to change at my school so that rights and respect... Read More »
Student voices were heard because the JFK Library is extending its hours starting Spring 2015 to help accommodate growing student needs.
According to JFK Library’s newsletter, LibraryLIVE, the extended... Read More »
When I first arrived at Eastern, I was a transfer student from Boise State University — an admittedly bigger, more established and consequentially richer school — and as a result there were a few privileges I had at Boise State I had taken for granted.... Read More »
The west side, the east side and now the south side.
Washington is really no stranger to use of force issues within police departments. The Pasco Police Department is the newest member on the list.
On Feb. 10 Antonio Zambrano-Montes, an orchard... Read More »
Somehow in recent years a movement that had more or less gone by the wayside has come back full-force. For whatever reason, it’s once again become at least borderline-popular not to vaccinate your children.
Anti-vaccination crowds cite everything... Read More »