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Eagles obtain 16 first place finishes in local meet

Eagles obtain 16 first place finishes in local meet

April 29, 2016

EWU’s track and field team had 16 first place finishes in its second-to-last meet for the outdoor season at the Spokane Memorial Open at Spokane Falls...

EWU women’s soccer takes a win against UW

By Siobhan Ebel, Contributing Writer

April 28, 2016

Halftime in the match against the University of Washington on April 23, things did not look promising for EWU’s women’s soccer team. Gray clouds threatened rain as the scoreboard reflected UW’s 1-0 lead. Although junior forwards Chloe Williams and Lexi Klinkenberg took more than six shots between them, luck was not on their side as UW’s goalie, Madi McNamara, successfully...

Eat your way to etiquette with the ninth annual Luncheon

Eat your way to etiquette with the ninth annual Luncheon

April 27, 2016

If there is a right way to eat spaghetti, the EWU etiquette luncheon is sure to teach it. EWU is gearing up to host its ninth consecutive Etiquette...

Electric Eagle brings Paradiso DJ to EWU

Electric Eagle brings Paradiso DJ to EWU

April 27, 2016

Virtual performances and a DJ featured at the popular electronic dance music festival, Paradiso, is coming to EWU with the Electric Eagle concert for the...

Hawaii Club brings culture to campus with annual Hui ‘o Hawaii Luau

Hawaii Club brings culture to campus with annual Hui ‘o Hawaii Luau

April 27, 2016

The Hawaii Club is sharing Hawaiian culture with the EWU community by hosting the Hui ‘o Hawaii Luau on April 30 in the PUB MPR. “The first luau...

Math Lab contributes to department’s bad reputation

By Joe Matthews, Opinion Editor

April 25, 2016

Unfortunately for EWU, over the past several years its math department has received the reputation of being sub-par. With complaints of poor teaching, tests that have nothing to do with prior lessons and little resources to their disposal, students have become incredibly frustrated with the lack of progress they are seeing, not only in their own education, but in Eastern’s...

New sushi bar Copper Hana has potential but service lacks

New sushi bar Copper Hana has potential but service lacks

April 25, 2016

One’s first impression of Copper Hana, Cheney’s new sushi restaurant, is overwhelmingly positive. It is located conveniently on First Street next to...

VCD Senior Exhibition “Swallowed by the Wall”

By Kristi Lucchetta |, Staff Writer

April 22, 2016

  Visual communication design (VCD) students are expressing their own personal inspirations in the senior exhibition “Swallowed by the Wall” April 29 through May 12. “There isn’t necessarily a theme that all of our work falls into,” said EWU senior and designer Ariel Sopu in an email interview. “As BFA students in the VCD program, we have been working...

Phi Delta Theta knocks ALS out of the park

Phi Delta Theta knocks ALS out of the park

April 22, 2016

Dressed in baseball pants and previous philanthropy event tee-shirts, Phi Delta Theta fraternity members took to the mound to raise money for Amyotrophic...

“These Shining Lives” cast brings the 1920s to life this spring

“These Shining Lives” cast brings the 1920s to life this spring

April 22, 2016

These Shining Lives” production at EWU will replicate the tragedy that struck four historical women who started the implementation of workplace safety...

EWU wins Seven-A-Side Tournament

By Siobhan Ebel, Contributing Writer

April 21, 2016

EWU women’s soccer won the Gonzaga Seven-A-Side Tournament on April 16 against Gonzaga, the University of Idaho and the University of Montana on Gonzaga’s Luger Field. In soccer, a seven-a-side game is played with only seven players on the field at a time, and the games last 30 minutes as opposed to the usual 90 minutes. Each participating university split their team...

Big offseason grab for basketball

By Riley Baker, Staff Writer

April 21, 2016

EWU basketball announced on April 13 that it has added freshman guard Luka Vulikic to the team for the 2016-17 season. With the 2015-16 season gone, head coach Jim Hayford is already working toward next year. Vulikic is a 6-foot-5, 190-pound guard from Belgrade, Serbia. He was a member of the Serbian 16U National Team and last year played in the Serbian 19U National League...

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