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What is with the small schoolhouse on campus?

What is with the small schoolhouse on campus?

By Emily Driskel, News Editor January 26, 2022

  While walking to classes on the EWU campus, students pass by the one room schoolhouse that sits across the path from Williamson Hall and the campus mall. The small white building is also known...

The COVID-19 Omicron variant caused Cheney cases to spike right after break.

Omicron COVID-19 variant hits EWU

By Randle Kinswa, Managing Editor January 25, 2022

The EWU/Cheney area has experienced a measurable increase in the amount of reported cases of COVID-19 since the start of the Winter Quarter.  The number of cases reported in the Cheney area prior to...

Reids art is displayed on the left and Niblacks is on the right.

On the Edge: Living the Anthropocene EWU Art Exhibit

By Summer Sandstrom, Contributor December 7, 2021

In an exhibition at the EWU Art Gallery called On the Edge: Living the Anthropocene, artists Ann Chadwick Reid and Natalie Niblack capture the harsh realities of climate change in a way that inspires viewers...

Rent is the first live musical the EWU theatre program has put on since the winter of 2020.

EWU theatre makes a comeback with the hit musical “Rent”

By Emily Driskel, News Editor November 30, 2021

The production of Jonathon Larson’s “Rent” was featured at EWU theatre Nov. 17-21.  The show illustrates a year in the life of bohemians in the East Village of New York. Mark, the filmmaker of...

What happened to EWU Confessions?

What happened to EWU Confessions?

By Summer Sandstrom, Contributor November 17, 2021

Eagle Confessions, a student-run social media account, posts students’ confessions and keeps you up to date on all the latest and juicy gossip on campus. The account has been around for over 5 years,...

The police have located the suspects and are taking care of the situation.

Case closed on the assault by the library

By Isaiah Gessner, Social Media Director November 16, 2021

On November 7th, EWU students and staff received emails from EWU Alerts which detailed the events of an attempted assault that happened near JFK library. As the days have unfolded, more information has...

Clubs promote their presence on campus at the fair.

Clubs promote their presence on campus

By Summer Sandstrom, Contributor November 9, 2021

  On Nov. 3, EWU’s quarterly Club and Org Fair featured an array of the university’s student groups and clubs. The event was planned by Dillon Deffinbaugh, one of the assistant directors...

ASEWU President Terminated

ASEWU President Terminated

By Randle Kinswa, Managing Editor November 9, 2021

On Nov. 2 there was a hearing that took place regarding the fate of now former ASEWU President Grace Nall.  The complainant party was spearheaded by Finance Vice President, J.T. (Judson) Fillingim,...

EWU football players take the field. A faculty organization report presented seven possible alternative models for athletics, one of which was eliminating football.

2021 Fall Sports Update

By Randle Kinswa, Managing Editor November 2, 2021

  This has been a very active fall for EWU sports.  With COVID-19 restrictions being effectively lifted in many aspects in the last two months, EWU’s athletics have had the most ‘regular’...

Members of Scary Feminist’s from 10/19 meeting.

Clubs at EWU post pandemic

By Summer Sandstrom, Contributor October 27, 2021

College life after the pandemic is nearing normal once again, resulting in the rebirth of student clubs at EWU, but the process isn’t without the occasional hiccup. Many clubs faced their share of...

Students express interest in each others cultures.

EWU celebrates culture on campus

By Tahrae Bear Eagle, Contributor October 20, 2021

On Wednesday, October 13th, 2021, I went to the Cultural Fair at the Eastern PUB (it was initially supposed to be in the mall but was relocated due to snow), where I soaked in various cultures. There were...

Postbaccalaureate program at Eastern helps underrepresented students gain traction with educational help, financial assistance

McNair scholarship offers help for low income students

By Summer Sandstrom, Contributor October 19, 2021

The McNair Scholars Program was designed to help first-generation and low income students, or students in underrepresented groups, gain the skills and resources to apply to graduate school and receive...

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