Record number of transfer students contributes to rise in applicants By Kyle Harding senior reporter firstname.lastname@example.org More people than ever want to attend Eastern Washington University. The number of applications for acceptance to EWU rose across the board for fall 2011. Total applications increased from 5,976 to 6,781, with freshmen applications up 14.2 percent and […]
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In case you havn’t heard yet, the Bush administration is attempting to pass legislation that would allow oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Err, again. Since their last attempt to rape one of this country’s few wildlife refuges failed two years ago, they’re set to make another go at it, this time with […]
Jammed into cars or riding on the spirit bus, my fellow Eaglefans and I traveled to Missoula to see EWU’s football teamplay in their final game this season. To prepare for the game, fanslayered on their many EWU shirts, put on long johns, two pairs ofsocks, gloves and hats, and had their hand and foot […]
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By Nicole Livingston staff writer email@example.com Trent Reedy spends two days a week at Eastern’s Writers’ Center where he helps students, faculty and community members with various writing pieces through conversation. Though Reedy describes his early life as a typical small-town guy from Iowa and appears to be an average looking male in his 30s, […]
By: Kelly Manalo Contributing Writer Re-enactment teaches about living in poverty and seeking assistance On Oct. 27 over 50 people at the Spokane Riverpoint campus set aside two and a half hours to learn, experience, discuss and raise awareness of what it is like to live on an extremely limited income. This was the first […]
By Alex Morgan Contributing Writer “He’s just alive,” says Cathy Huston, while she watches her son, Luke, grin widely as he is being led on a horse at Free Rein Therapeutic Riding on West Star Ranch in Spokane. Luke was born with cerebral palsy. “We come up from Idaho … just for the day,” says […]
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 […]
On April 20, a Facebook group of nearly 375 people was scheduled to gather and spread awareness for “Kony 2012”. It did not happen.
By Desireé Hood staff writer firstname.lastname@example.org Not long ago, shows like “Seinfeld” and “Friends” were wildly popular without the use of profanity or nudity. For ten years, Monica, Rachel, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross delighted households with tales of comedy, tragedy, friendship and more moral values than any show today. Shows like “Two […]
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 […]