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This site houses the archives for Easterner Online from November 6, 2000 until May 12, 2012.
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October 17, 2008
Keeping your sanity in the midst of the pre-season jitters is rough. Wakeboarding is over, Spokane isn’t cut out for longboarding and when you tried jibbing that rail on your skateboard, it snapped. Oops, no flex. Unlike your snowboard. That beautiful hunk of man tucked away in your closet, behind the unopened box of condoms, surrounded by dirty clothes that missed your laundry basket.
April 29, 2009
The National Day of Prayer, May 7, began as a day during which those of all religions could overcome their differences, using prayer as a binding element. Religions around the world have different ways that they practice prayer. Michael Shanbour, pastor of Christ the Savior Orthodox and founder of the campus ministry, explained the many intricacies involved in his church’s prayer practice.
March 6, 2003
The milestones along the way create awards. Leading Eastern Washington University’s men’s basketball team to a long list of accomplishments this season — and the threshold of the school’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance — four Eagle players have been selected to the All-Big Sky Conference team announced March 5. Senior forward Chris Hester and junior […]
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April 17, 2012
Three Eastern students competed in the Battle of the Brains contest and won for the Northeast Site on Nov. 5, 2011. Nathan Fleiger, Trevor Thune and Dmitry Yunikov were team Eagle Black and solved four problems out of a possible 11 to win first place for the Pacific Northwest Region, Northeast site. “It doesn’t seem […]
April 10, 2012
In the debut episode of Dorm Gourmet, reporter Josh Friesen explores fine dining on a dime as he creates an easy meal in the dorms for under $3. This week the meal is Ramen Noodle Casserole.
September 29, 2011
With fall right around the corner, it’s time to get ready for all that the season brings. Itching for a corn maze fix? Then visit the Amaizing Corn Maze in Hauser, Idaho. Northwest wildlife-themed, corn maze organizers split 12 acres of land into three separate mazes: a small maze, which should take between 15 and […]