Students and staff spent their lunch packed into the EWU music hall for just one reason: the faculty. Take Rory McDonald, for instance. He isn't a music major, but the sophomore from Port Townsend still chose EWU for its music programs. He wanted to play cello in the orchestra … [Read more...] about So what’s a faculty concert like?
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This fall a group of 3D design students, led by Professor Lisa Nappa, cruised out to Turnbull, EWU's neighboring National Wildlife Refuge. The students' goal: to make art with just their imagination and the raw materials found in Mother Nature. Before venturing out of the … [Read more...] about Making Art is a Walk in the Park for 3D Design Students
One of the world's premier, undeveloped hot springs is in EWU's backyard. Goldbug Hot Springs outside Salmon, Idaho, is well worth a weekend trip from Cheney. The stunning landscapes of Idaho and Montana make the time fly by. It's even more powerful when you realize you're … [Read more...] about Weekend Roadtrip!
STEM students showed up in droves at Career Services Computing and Engineering Fair in Hargreaves Hall Reading Room. The echo of collective networking bounced off the marble walls and created a literal buzz of excitement. Some students simply passed through, getting a feel for … [Read more...] about Career Services’ Computing and Engineering Fair crushes it!
The arrival of The Washington State Chinese Lantern Festival marked Riverfront Park's biggest event since the World's Fair was in Spokane in 1974. It was the first Chinese lantern festival ever held in the United States. A team from Sichuan Province in Southwest China spent … [Read more...] about Washington State Chinese Lantern Festival lights up Spokane