EWU’s Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano/a de Aztlán (M.E.Ch.A) club continues to support the undocumented community on campus. M.E.Ch.A hosts student-led events aiming to support and build awareness for... READ MORE »»
Four EWU students participated at the Clarion National Case Competition at the University of Minnesota April 16.
The Clarion competition is highly focused on collaboration. Each team is given a case... READ MORE »»
EWU’s track and field team had 16 first place finishes in its second-to-last meet for the outdoor season at the Spokane Memorial Open at Spokane Falls Community College April 23.
Junior Austin Upmeyer... READ MORE »»
Getting a degree is one thing, but having an organization that supplies meetings and conferences with professionals is another.
EWU’s National Society of Women Engineers (NSOW) has been recently established... Read More »
Fall quarter is an overwhelming time for students: stress and readjustment to classes create a chaotic environment on campus, as well as a chaotic environment for our police department.
EWU’s campus... Read More »
It seems that every year EWU is blessed with a self-proclaimed man of God standing outside the PUB preaching to anyone that will listen: warning students of eternal damnation if they don’t accept the Lord into their lives. Always drawing a crowd, he... Read More »
Unfortunately for EWU, over the past several years its math department has received the reputation of being sub-par. With complaints of poor teaching, tests that have nothing to do with prior lessons and little resources to their disposal, students have... Read More »
Not being a heavy gun activist myself, I have always found it a little threatening and somewhat unnecessary to carry a gun wherever you go. The concept is easy enough to understand; guns have the ability to keep us safe in the case of an emergency. But... Read More »