For many years as a professional umpire, Dave Pallone had todeal with adversity. It wasn’t the heckling fans or pushymanagers; it was a secret that he had to carry on his shoulderseveryday. In the less-than-accepting world of sports, Pallone wasconstantly looking over his shoulder, fearing that someone mightfind out that he was gay. EWU students […]
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The Super Bowl is finally upon us, and it is sure to be another great game. Here’s everything you need to make the game great for all. IN A DORM – All right, suppose you are thinking of inviting your buddies over to the sweet dorm room for a little party.
During the weekly CAPS workshop last Thursday, students and staff learned about the centuries-old Japanese Tea Ceremony designed to create a stress-free life. Guests were taken through the formal step-by-step procedure by CAPS psychologist Yu Harumi. “The tea ceremony is often used as an escape from worldly concerns to here and now,” he said.
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By Nicole Livingston staff writer firstname.lastname@example.org Trust, respect and love are three elements that help create a healthy friendship. Without these things, it may be difficult to talk to a friend about a subject such as mental illness. If a friend is acting out of the ordinary, approaching them about it is the first step […]
By Linsey Garrison April 30 Malicious mischief A student left their bicycle locked up in front of the PUB over the weekend and returned to find that someone had damaged the rear wheel of the bicycle, breaking it. There are no suspects at this time. 4 p.m. Theft A student in Morrison Hall left her […]
by Al Stover sports editor Katie Cashman runs down the field and passes the ball to Chris Croft, who runs it the rest of the way, then kicks the ball past goalie Jamie Walker into the small red goal. Several minutes prior to the game, Cashman, Chris and Walker were playing Duck, Duck, Goose […]
EWU track and field wrapped up conference action May 11-12 in the 2012 Big Sky Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The men finished in sixth place with 70 points, and with 62 points the women placed eighth. Kyle King led the way for the men, winning the 10,000-meter and taking third in the […]
By Al Stover sports editor Caleb Sherman stood across the cage from Charlie Shultz, who had beaten him 71 days ago. Sherman awaited the sound of the bell before the fight began. In the beginning of the rematch, Sherman and Shultz exchanged some punches before they took the fight to the ground with Sherman grabbing […]
Kurt Olson chief copy editor God bless you, Arizona. You couldn’t end your unconstitutional practices with racial-profiling traffic stops. You proclaimed openly to the world that your privileged, simple-minded hatred went far deeper than the rest of the U.S. could have imagined. Two weeks ago, an administrative judge in Arizona, Judge Lewis D. Kowal, decided […]
By Brittany Waxman Columnist Most millennials (people born after 1980) experience an expectation hangover of sorts when life throws them an unexpected curveball. Often, people in their 20s and 30s predict this time in their lives to be exhilarating and full of once-in-a-lifetime opportunities—and for the most part this time in their lives will be—but […]
We begin the formidable walk from the PUB to the Art Building in search of food and beverages, a rare commodity in the art, music, theater and communications areas of campus. We start the clock at zero and begin the daunting walk. Our medium pace is no mere accident: laden with 25 pounds of books, […]