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This site houses the archives for Easterner Online from November 6, 2000 until May 12, 2012.
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November 4, 2009
The George Stahl Planetarium may be nearing the end of its life as the 50-year-old Spitz A-1 projector appears to be approaching its final performance due to old age.
December 3, 2008
A raucous crowd doled out a seventh-man boost to help Portland State University defeat Eastern Washington University at the Big Sky Conference championship volleyball match Saturday, Nov. 29, in Portland, Ore. The Eagles couldn’t dig their way out of a two-game deficit heading into intermission after losing the first two sets 25-22 and 25-16, respectively.
April 18, 2007
Eagles’ second-year quarterback Matt Nichols is doing his best to show that the decision on who takes the snaps next fall should be a no-brainer. The sophomore from Cottonwood, Calif., completed all seven of his passes for 148 yards as the Eagles culminated their first week of spring practice with a 36-play scrimmage on April 13.
Archived Eagle Life
November 16, 2011
By Abby Grytdal Contributing Writer On Wednesday, Nov. 2, Kathleen Huttenmaier, senior associate of the women’s and gender studies department at Eastern, discussed five women who made a sizable impact on the development of the atomic bomb, particularly in the 1940s. The women that Huttenmaier lectured about were Lise Meitner, Leona Woods, Maria Goeppert-Mayer, Natalie […]
Naught writes what everyone is thinking, EWU alum and men’s basketball administrative assistant prepares to release book March 6
March 2, 2012
By Nicole Livingston staff writer email@example.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. […]
April 20, 2012
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 […]