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ASEWU Election Season is Here

By Kyle Fredricks, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2017

Filed under News

ASEWU is beginning the election process and is now accepting applications for every ASEWU committee position. Raul Sanchez, director of elections for ASEWU, said that all 12 positions are open for election. These positions are: president, vice president, finance vice president, academic affairs, athletic affairs, diversity outreach, graduate affairs, legislative affairs, st...

Political parties are petty

Political parties are petty

April 29, 2015

With the 2016 presidential ticket getting more crowded by the day, the Republican party needs to see a massive shift in ideology and strategy if they ever...

Political parties are petty

Political parties are petty

April 28, 2015

Hillary Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State, is basing the premise of her presidential campaign on America being a country of hard-working values and...

ASEWU PUB redesign vote a close call

ASEWU PUB redesign vote a close call

February 25, 2015

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...

Letter to the Editor: ASEWU responds to PUB remodel editorial

Letter to the Editor: ASEWU responds to PUB remodel editorial

February 24, 2015

23 February 2015 I am writing, as a member of ASEWU, in response to the editorial in the Feb. 18 edition of The Easterner regarding the proposed PUB...

Why students should vote in local politics

By Tom Hawley, Contributing Writer

November 5, 2014

Filed under News

Many people pay closer attention to politics at the international and national levels than they do to political events closer to home. This is understandable. Major events on these levels tend to dominate the news and they occasionally are of greater importance than politics at the local level. Still, state and local-level politics can be of considerable significance to...

Knezovich, Orr running for Sheriff

Knezovich, Orr running for Sheriff

November 5, 2014

Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich, R, is seeking re-election in 2014 after serving two consecutive four-year terms. According to the Spokane County...

Uninformed voting wreaks havoc

Uninformed voting wreaks havoc

November 4, 2013

Many students may have noticed small packets arrive in the mail containing important information concerning the upcoming Election Day on Nov. 4. While...

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