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Easterner Asks: Kavanaugh Reaction

Easterner Asks: Kavanaugh Reaction

By Matt Pennell, Social Media Editor

October 14, 2018


Filed under Easterner asks, Opinion

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Opinion: Eric Reid’s NFL return about more than football

Opinion: Eric Reid’s NFL return about more than football

By Michael Brock, Editor in Chief

October 9, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Opinion

Michael Brock is the Editor in Chief for The Easterner. The opinion expressed in this article is his own, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the rest of The Easterner's editorial board. On Sunday afternoon, Carolina Panthers’ safety Eric Reid became the first player in the team’s ...

Easterner Asks: Favorite season?

Easterner Asks: Favorite season?

By Matt Pennell, Social Media Eitor

October 8, 2018


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Opinion: Is Kavanaugh supreme court material?

Opinion: Is Kavanaugh supreme court material?

By Dylan Harris, Copy Editor

October 4, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Opinion

Dylan Harris is the Copy Editor for The Easterner. The opinion expressed in this article is his own, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Easterner's editorial board. The #MeToo movement has taken center stage in the news yet again, this time reaching the highest court in the land. ...

Easterner Asks: Change to letter grade

By Matt Pennell, Social Media Editor

September 28, 2018


Filed under Easterner asks, Opinion

“Honestly it’s just weird for me. I spent like three years here with the 4.0 system, but it’s just a matter of adjusting I guess. For habits sake I would like to go back.”   “It’s mixed I guess. I think it makes it easier to get good grades and easier to get worse grades I feel. So, I...

Opinion: Trump, hurricanes, and racism

Opinion: Trump, hurricanes, and racism

By Taylor Newquist, Sports Editor

September 21, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Taylor Newquist is the Sports Editor for The Easterner. The opinion expressed in this article is his own, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Easterner’s editorial board. Hurricane Florence was tough, and it was one of the wettest storms we’ve ever seen, from the standpoint of wa...

Opinion: benefits of the great outdoors

Opinion: benefits of the great outdoors

By Richard N. Clark IV, Multimedia Director

September 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Richard N. Clark IV is the multimedia director for The Easterner. The opinion expressed in this article is his own, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Easterner’s editorial board. With the rise of the internet, people have more access to information and are able to connect more than ever...

Opinion: EWU women’s teams deserve fan support

Opinion: EWU women’s teams deserve fan support

By Jeremy Burnham, Managing Editor

September 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Jeremy Burnham is the managing editor for The Easterner. The opinion expressed in this article is his own, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Easterner’s editorial board. It is fall sports season again, and new and returning EWU students are ready to proudly support our Eagles. T...

Easterner asks: What brings you to EWU?

By Matt Pennell, Social Media Editor

September 19, 2018


Filed under Easterner asks, Opinion

 “They have a dental hygiene program and they are one of the only universities that has it in Washington state.”           “I am going to study dental hygiene and they have like a really good program here.”        ...

Editors’ Picks

By The Easterner, Editorial Board

April 14, 2018


Filed under Editor's Picks, Opinion

"Sing Street" “Sing Street” (2016) is an independent movie directed by John Carney. The film features an original soundtrack following the new wave genre of the 1980s. “Sing Street” is set in Dublin, Ireland and pertains to the cultural conflicts of the region and era. This unique film explores...

Editors’ Picks

By The Easterner, Editorial Board

April 5, 2018


Filed under Editor's Picks, Opinion

Ready Player One Based on Ernest Cline’s book that became a cult phenomenon, legendary director Steven Spielberg adapted the novel for the big screen. Set in a dystopian Earth in the year 2045, Ready Player One chronicles the journey of Wade Watts as he attempts to find an Easter Egg hidden the ...

Does diversity in its broadest sense include white supremacists?

By Paul Lindoldt, Contributor

April 5, 2018


Filed under Letters To The Editor, Opinion

On our campus in February this year, racist fliers appeared. A white supremacist group took credit. The university responded and students protested. Fliers from the same group now are appearing in the streets of Spokane and being plastered back up as fast as citizens can tear them down. The group th...

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