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Judge Murphy elected for 2015-2016 board

By David Meany, Contributing Writer

The Eastern Washington University Board of Trustees (BOT) unanimously voted Judge James Murphy board chair for the upcoming 2015-16 academic year at its...  Read More »

October 5, 2015

Recent News Stories

Bicycle registration now free

October 5, 2015

Bicycle registration is now free, easy and highly recommended for students and staff who ride on campus. EWU Police use the same method that the Spokane Police Department uses to recover stolen bikes and...  Read More »

Patterson second building on campus to receive LEED certification

September 28, 2015

Patterson Hall has earned gold certification from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program for its sustainable design after the four year, $57 million reconstruction. The LEED...  Read More »

Eagles extend win streak

Eagles extend win streak

By Brandon Cline, Sports Editor

Coming off a stellar non-conference season where they went 6-1-1, the EWU women’s soccer team kept...  Read More »

October 5, 2015

Recent Sports Stories

EWU football grinds way to 28-20 road victory against Hornets

October 5, 2015

The Eastern Washington football team opened up conference play with a gritty road win over the Sacramento...  Read More »

Eagles come back strong

October 5, 2015

With a non-conference schedule that had its ups and downs, as well as a second straight year of changes...  Read More »

What students need to know about EagleAXIS

By Lelia Thatcher, Staff Writer

With school officially back in session students may find themselves on the hunt for a job. Look no further:...  Read More »

October 6, 2015

Recent Eagle Life Stories

“Everest” leaves viewers breathless

October 6, 2015

We as human beings have always loved to push ourselves to the brink, until we cannot hold on any longer,...  Read More »

Clubs, orgs, businesses inform during Neighbor Fest

October 5, 2015

Hundreds of EWU students and faculty joined representatives from local organizations and businesses in...  Read More »