Sitting on the opposite side of Washington state from Cheney, Olympia is not the easiest place for Eastern students to travel to, but that did not stop 25 of them from barging on the state capitol to make their presence known to state representatives and senators.
Editor’s note: This story ran in The Easterner’s Volume 63, Issue 13 on January 25, 2012, and it was posted to the web on March 8, 2012. By Dylan Coil news editor firstname.lastname@example.org Ongoing investigations by Cheney Police and EWU will decide the legal and academic fates of three Eastern students belonging to the Sigma […]
Student organizations seek rollover monies from service and activities fees By Dylan Coil News Editor By Kristie Hsin Senior Reporter The first request for money will come before the newly formed Student &Activities (S&A) Fee Committee this quarter. This committee was created after restructuring the allocation process for the S&A Fee last year. The ASEWU, […]
By Dylan Coil News Editor A plan to remodel the Pence Union Building (PUB) halted at the end of last school year with the transfer of planning duties to new management. Last spring saw the loss of two key proponents of the PUB remodel: former Dean of Students Al Thompson and former ASEWU Executive Vice […]
Eddie Vedder, lead singer of the Seattle-based grunge band Pearl Jam, recently released his most recent solo project, a 16-song album demonstrating Vedder’s vocal abilities, as well as his ability to shred on the ukulele. Titled “Ukulele Songs,” this surprise solo album had a release date corresponding with Pearl Jam’s twentieth anniversary and begins […]