An unusual path to cupcakes

Photo by Nicole Livingston

Judy Rozier has been through many changes, but her most recent is baffling. Rozier graduated from EWU with a Bachelor of Science in organizational and mass communications in 1987. She started out as a nursing major and ended up switching to organizational and mass communications, later finding herself owning a mortgage company for 18 years. […]

Brickhouse Deli: must try or must avoid?

The Brickhouse Deli recently opened in Brewster Hall in the space previously occupied by Tully's Coffee Shop. The eatery offers a variety of sandwich toppings for a variety of appetites, as well as bottled water, tea, energy drinks, sports drinks and prepackaged salads.

I ordered a skinny brick No. 3: a turkey and cheese sandwich. I wasn’t particularly hungry and I wanted something simple, and that’s just what I got. A dry french bread roll with two slices of turkey and provolone cheese for $3.99. Prices range from $3.99 for Brickhouse Deli’s “skinny brick” to $5.99 for their […]

Brickhouse Deli: must try or must avoid?

Photos by Dylan Paulus

I ordered a skinny brick No. 3: a turkey and cheese sandwich. I wasn’t particularly hungry and I wanted something simple, and that’s just what I got. A dry french bread roll with two slices of turkey and provolone cheese for $3.99. Prices range from $3.99 for Brickhouse Deli’s “skinny brick” to $5.99 for their […]

Almond and Orlean discuss pie, people and whiskey

Authors Susan Orlean and Steve Almond shared excerpts from their books, answered questions and made audience members chuckle at their personal anecdotes on April 12 at the Bing Crosby Theatre as part of the Get Lit! Festival. Steve Almond was introduced by Verne Windham, program director and classical host of Spokane Public Radio, with a […]

Saudi Ladies Lead Club promotes leadership, the empowerment of women while building community at EWU

Spring and new beginnings are in the air, especially for the women involved in the Saudi Ladies Lead club. After one meeting at the Eagle Point apartments, the club consists of six official members. Four of the six members are officers of the club. The club centralizes around president Alyaa  Malibari’s thesis: of creating a […]

Don’t squeeze into someone else’s genes, be comfortable in your own

Traced outlines of different body shapes lined a wall of room 261 in the PUB like life-sized paper dolls. Yarn, buttons, candy wrappers and positive sentences such as “I love my hips” acted as decorations. Sounds of positive music such as Bruno Mars’ “Just the Way You Are” played in the background. Snacks including vegetables […]

Students stayed ‘Up ‘til Dawn’

Photo by Mikayla Napier, Students address letters to family and friends to raise money.

Brightly colored streamers and balloons, positive music and smiling faces greeted students as they flocked to the PUB MPR to send donation letters to friends and family for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. As students filed in they were given pre-written letters and envelopes to address to whomever they chose to ask for donations for the […]

Naught writes what everyone is thinking, EWU alum and men’s basketball administrative assistant prepares to release book March 6

Photo courtesy of ASD Publishing

By Nicole Livingston staff writer nikkijane@live.com   Most 28-year-olds cannot say they have written a book and have it published, but Travis Naught can. He wrote “The Virgin Journals,” and its official release date is March 6. The book deals with subject matter ranging from his frustrations associated with Spinal Muscular Atrophy to dead salmon. […]

Women’s Commission discusses smoke-free Riverpoint and crime

By Nicole Livingston staff writer nikkijane@live.com The EWU Women’s Commission discussed the Riverpoint campus going smokefree, crime statistics and crosswalks at their open forum on Feb. 15. As of May 1, 2012, Riverpoint will not have smoking areas. Students will have to leave campus grounds to smoke. This policy was proposed in April 2011 and […]

Media portrayal of LGBT community can be inaccurate

By Nicole Livingston staff writer nikkijane@live.com People are saturated in media. Whether it is networking socially, reading magazines or walking down the street, media is available in a multitude of places. Not only are they exposed to misrepresented ads, but recent television shows are misrepresenting groups of people as well. In recent years, the appearance […]



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