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EWU expands National Food Day celebration

EWU expands National Food Day celebration

By Erik Rötness, A&F Editor

November 1, 2018


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EWU lengthened its National Food Day celebration on campus this year to teach students the value of eating healthier and more sustainable diets while showing its efforts to reduce the school’s environmental impact. EWU’s manager of Nutrition and Sustainability Dining Services Natalie Stine said she...

Native American Student Association raises support

Native American Student Association raises support

By Shandra Haggerty, Reporter

October 31, 2018


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In an effort to keep its native language alive, the Native American Student Association is collecting art supplies for the students of the Salish School of Spokane. The Native American Student Association is an organization under the American Indian Studies Program at EWU. The  Native American and ...

EWU to host Shaping Germany Campus Week with immigration integration focus

EWU to host Shaping Germany Campus Week with immigration integration focus

By Sam Jackson, Reporter

October 26, 2018


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EWU prepares to embrace Germany beyond brats, beers and lederhosens by celebrating its 25th anniversary of the EWU-University of Passau exchange program and introducing Shaping Germany Campus Week. This event will take place from Nov. 5 - 9. EWU has a study abroad exchange program in conjunction wit...

Spokane’s MAC displays Group f/64 gallery until February

Spokane’s MAC displays Group f/64 gallery until February

By Erik Rötness, A & F Editor

October 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Features

The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane is currently displaying nearly 50 images from Group f/64 through Feb. 3, 2019.   Group f/64 was an informal group of Bay Area photographers consisting of Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, John Paul Edwards, Preston Holder, Consuelo Kanaga, Alma Lavenson, Son...

Eastern After Dark hosts trivia night

Eastern After Dark hosts trivia night

By Shandra Haggerty, Reporter

October 26, 2018


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Contrary to popular belief, an enjoyable college experience can be attained without getting drunk every weekend. Eastern After Dark is a series put on by Eagle Entertainment and aims to provide students with alcohol-free activities. Due to its popularity at the beginning of the month, Eagle Entertainme...

EWU’s Scary Feminists scare because they care

EWU’s Scary Feminists scare because they care

By Sam Jackson, Reporter

October 21, 2018


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The Scary Feminists club at EWU got its name in 2005 because its founders realized feminism can be scary to some and that it possesses an intimidating reputation. Despite that, the club aims to raise awareness that feminism is for everyone by addressing all kinds of social issues throughout the y...

EWU Africana Studies celebrates 50-year anniversary

EWU Africana Studies celebrates 50-year anniversary

By Shandra Haggerty, Reporter

October 19, 2018


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For the past 50 years, the Africana Studies program at EWU has culturally enriched students interested in examining and interpreting the experiences and culture of African Americans and others of African descent. Students who major in race and cultural studies or minor in Africana Studies will learn t...

Inside the audition process of the musical ‘Working’

Inside the audition process of the musical ‘Working’

By Erik Rötness, A & F Editor

October 18, 2018


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You have to wait your turn, and there’s no telling exactly when that will be. All you can do is sit and wait like everyone else. Sit. And wait. Not just in a chair, but in a feeling. The feeling that any second your name will be called and you will be the one walking through that door to be judged. ...

Philanthropist Saul Flores shares ‘Walk of the Immigrants’ project

Philanthropist Saul Flores shares ‘Walk of the Immigrants’ project

By Sam Jackson, Reporter

October 17, 2018


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To raise awareness for immigrants from Latin America and their journeys into the United States, Saul Flores chose to walk 5,328 miles in their shoes. Flores, philanthropist and public speaker, will be at EWU on Oct. 17 to share his project the "Walk of the Immigrants." Flores committed to this pro...

Comedian and EWU graduate says to start something now

Comedian and EWU graduate says to start something now

By Erik Rötness, Arts and Features Editor

October 14, 2018


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If you’re just trying to get good grades and graduate, you’re not alone. If you ever did something just because your college buddies dared you to, again, you're not alone. If that dare then turned into a growing career where you won the Bay Area Black Comedy Competition, competed on Nick Cannon’s...

EWU students reforest Spokane

EWU students reforest Spokane

By Shandra Haggerty, Reporter

October 11, 2018


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What can you do in three hours? Maybe you take a long walk around a park. Or you do the homework you’ve been setting aside. You might roast a small turkey, read a newspaper or finish the extended collector’s edition of James Cameron’s “Avatar” with just minutes to spare. Students at E...

Everland exhibit enriches student experience

Everland exhibit enriches student experience

By Shandra Haggerty, Reporter

October 11, 2018


Filed under Arts & Features

wice each quarter, EWU’s art department hosts exhibitions for students to get firsthand experience  from the successful artists of today. The gallery is free to attend Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will take place through Oct. 26. Located in the Art Building, the gallery of...

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