EWU officials administered a voluntary and anonymous Title IX survey in hopes of improving prevention and response activities for sexual violence.
The survey is designed to assess multiple areas, one... READ MORE »»
EPIC trips will offer students time to explore, relax and soak in the beauty of nature this Memorial Day weekend.
EPIC Adventures will be giving students the opportunity to experience nature through... READ MORE »»
Grab the sunblock and the fishing pole because Cheney has a hot spot EWU students are taking advantage of to cool off, fish, kick back with friends and crack a cold one.
Fish Lake is located right in... READ MORE »»
EWU Alpha Kappa Psi chapter adviser, Bekah Todd, beat breast cancer over a year ago only to recently discover it had come back. To help raise money the Fraternity is putting together a sporting event called... READ MORE »»
Maggie Rowe did not get many kind looks from her students when she made them play hot potato with a real potato on the first day of class.
Like a doctor detecting a common cold, Rowe identified the... Read More »
EWU students no longer need to worry about losing popular coffee shop Thomas Hammer after the PUB renovation jeopardized the existence of the vendor on campus.
Thomas Hammer will be relocated to the... Read More »
EWU’s 2016 Diversity and Inclusion Week was filled with inspirational and beautifully organized events that showcased the multiple ways in which we experience diversity. The week also provided many opportunities for serious reflection and conversation.... Read More »
With many students commuting to EWU every morning, the difficulties of finding a decent parking spot can cause great frustration.
Driving circles around campus, using more gas than it took to actually get there in the first place, many students attempt... Read More »
Coming out of high school, most students finally get the opportunity to start making their own decisions such as being able to miss a class or two without worrying about the school calling home. Unfortunately, though many students work, have family conflicts... Read More »