Othello is one of the big Shakespeare plays. Originally written in 1604, it performed, but not published until 1622. From 1660 to 1830 it was staged almost annually in England. Many great actors were intimidated by the lead role, refusing to attempt it, or failing if they tried it, even after successful runs as Hamlet, Macbeth or Lear (or all three).
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Last week saw both of the Big Sky rival Montana schools roll into Cheney, and unfortunately for the Eastern women’s basketball team, they both left with wins. On Saturday, Feb. 3, the Lady Griz of Montana defeated the Eagles 71-53 during a contest in which Montana either led, or the score was tied, throughout the duration of the game.
Snowy pinecone Christmas ornaments are thoughtful handmade giftsto give to your friends and family. They can be a gift inthemselves, or used as a decorative addition to any present, suchas a gift wrapped in a paper bag with festive ribbon. Snowy pinecone ornaments are fun and easy to make. Pinecones can becollected outside if the […]
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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 […]
Most students go to Sutton to pay fees, drop a class, visit financial aid or tend to other administrative needs that go along with college life. Rarely do students stay long enough to get to know the people behind the scenes. This is a small look into the life of Lorene Winters, an Eastern employee […]
By Davis Hill Staff Writer From Dec. 1 to Dec. 4, the EWU Theatre program remounted their production of Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried.” Originally performed last March, it follows the experiences of a platoon of soldiers during the Vietnam War. This production of “The Things They Carried” was chosen as an alternate for […]
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 […]
Thousands of people packed into the Convention Center Monday morning, bundled up in in heavy coats and gloves, waiting to make the annual march through the streets of downtown in remembrance of a man who is as central to the history of America as the founding fathers. Many of the Inland Northwest’s minority leaders are […]
Winter quarter has seen a spike in student attendance at the URC. One of the typical New Years resolutions is to lose weight and get in shape. By the end of winter quarter, 60 percent or more of the students who started working out as a New Years resolution will have given up. The question […]
By Karen Wanjico ewu violence precention advocate At Voices against Violence we asked students what their obstacles to doing green dots were. Here are some of the obstacles people identified: If someone says they do not want to be protected You feel like it’s none of your business Feeling like a [sexual killjoy] Lack of […]