EWU creates new path from Elm to PUB

By Amy Meyer, Editor-in-Chief

  1. Fed up with the path between The Easterner and the rest of campus, I wrote a humorous column about some of EWU’s options with a natural water feature.
  2. I decided to journal some of my journeys through the EWU PUB pass and my interactions with a series of puddles that I called “Meyer Lake.” (Why the egoist title? I wanted Meyer Lake to go away.
  3. Almost passable. #EWU http://pic.twitter.com/LueN0G2m
  4. I can’t make the leap today, but I’m not walking through the mud on the left. I’m walking through. http://pic.twitter.com/Y7vYXaUn
  5. It’s so bad here that students are taking quite a wide path around the mud, Through more mud. #EWU http://pic.twitter.com/k73h6AFB
  6. Today’s #EWU pass condition: fair. Meyer lake has bridged the path again, but it is still leapable by this reporter. http://pic.twitter.com/0GHlGEiu
  7. Then I got an alert from a coworker. So I got another photo.
  8. New lights have been installed on the #EWU pass. Lake Meyer should look beautiful tonight. http://pic.twitter.com/4aNWX7L2
  9. KalebHoffer
    @AmyAMeyer I saw those last night when I went to the PU
    B. I was really pleased to see that.
  10. Then one night I went to the library to print. The library closed. Finals hours had not been implemented yet. To add insult to injury, I walked through the puddle.
  11. AmyAMeyer
    I thought I could jump Lake Meyer tonight. I was wrong.
  12. But the next day on the way to the office, I found that EWU had created a path. I was so excited, talking about the new path, thinking about the new path that I crossed it four times in about an hour. I left the office for class without my backpack and had to go back.
  13. Meyer lake has been demolished! We have an awesome, dry new path! Way to go, #EWU! http://pic.twitter.com/LVx3c3rz