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Eags prepare for Weber State

Eags prepare for Weber State

October 11, 2018

With uncertainty looming around the starting quarterback position, EWU will travel to Ogden, Utah to play defending Big Sky Conference co-champion Webe...

Easterner Asks: Favorite season?

Easterner Asks: Favorite season?

October 8, 2018

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FBI internships available for EWU students

FBI internships available for EWU students

October 6, 2018

Special Agent Christine Hughey, a recruiter from the Seattle Division of the FBI, came to Showalter Hall Thursday to inform students of internship programs...

Looking back: Trailerville

Looking back: Trailerville

October 6, 2018

Walkways made of neatly-laid bricks. Impressive buildings, old and new, surrounded by grass as green as the many trees above. A library so visually ap...

EPIC delivers unique adventures to students this fall

EPIC delivers unique adventures to students this fall

October 4, 2018

Life as a student can be hectic, busy and overwhelming. EPIC Adventures seeks to offer a short reprieve from that environment by offering several weekend out...

Eagles return to EWU to play SUU Thunderbirds

Eagles return to EWU to play SUU Thunderbirds

October 3, 2018

The EWU offense is rolling. After 490 total yards against Montana State last week, it is No. 4 in the FCS in yards per game with 554, and is averaging...

EWU summer enrollment rates higher than ever

By Michael Brock, Editor in Chief

September 30, 2018

Filed under News

This summer, more students than in previous years decided to hit the books, rather than soaking up the sunshine. The most recent Summer Session at EWU saw a remarkable uptick in enrollment — 6,208 students compared to 5,676 in 2017 — a 9.4 percent increase. The rise in student interest over the warmer months is encouraging for EWU, given the dip in enrollment from Fall 2...

ASEWU President Dante Tyler settles into new role

ASEWU President Dante Tyler settles into new role

September 30, 2018

With the first two weeks of school finished, many students are settling into their new classes. One such student is senior Dante Tyler. However, new class...

Neighbor Fest nurtures student communities

By Erik Rötness, A&F Editor

September 28, 2018

Filed under Arts & Features

EWU’s annual Neighbor Fest event brought in 200 groups from across the EWU, Cheney and Spokane communities to display the resources, clubs and opportunities available to students this year. The event ran from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 21. Over 38 nonprofits and 32 businesses from Cheney and Spokane tabled the event alongside groups on campus. The Rockwood Clin...

New STA transit center offers Cheney new bus routes

New STA transit center offers Cheney new bus routes

September 28, 2018

The Spokane Transit Authority opened the West Plains Transit Center last week. Located at Exit 272 off I-90, the center, which doubles as a park-and-rid...

New PUB will include a food pantry

New PUB will include a food pantry

September 27, 2018

In an effort to reduce food insecurity among EWU students, another food pantry will be installed on campus in the newly-renovated PUB. This addition will be the ...

Artists wanted for First Friday posters in Spokane

By Erik Rötness, A&F Editor

September 21, 2018

Filed under Arts & Features

The Downtown Spokane Business Improvement District is looking for original artists to submit work for First Friday to be printed on posters, postcards, event maps and other promotional materials by Oct. 5. Selected art will be featured in a monthly press release and other media opportunities. Artists will receive a $100 honorarium if their artwork is chosen. The theme for art su...

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