Washington legislation considers new bills

By Katie Dunn, Staff Writer

Bills under current consideration in Olympia may impact Eastern’s future students. This year, a speed limit increase for Interstate 90, Washington...  Read More »

April 1, 2015

Recent News Stories

ASEWU elections open for next year’s senate positions

April 1, 2015

There are three executive positions and nine representative positions open for the upcoming ASEWU elections, with applications being accepted beginning on April 3. There is a primary election scheduled...  Read More »

Morris Street Market back in business

March 14, 2015

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 in Morrison Hall, which re-opened on Feb. 18. Most...  Read More »

With cautious optimism abound, Mariners will end 14-year playoff drought

By Brandon Cline, Staff Writer

You read the title correctly. A franchise that has been the baseball’s biggest laughingstock since...  Read More »

April 1, 2015

Recent Sports Stories

Women’s basketball’s historic season ends in second round of WNIT

April 1, 2015

A season in which the EWU women’s basketball team tied a school record with 21 wins and won its first...  Read More »

EWU athletes set seven conference qualifying marks over the weekend

April 1, 2015

The EWU track and field teams competed in multiple events over the weekend, one of which saw eight athletes...  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 »