I’ve been told that the four-plus years I spend in college will comprise some of the most exciting and stimulating experiences of my life. I’ve heard that between my intake of alcohol and my output of homework, I’ll leave this institution’s hallowed grounds as an intellectually-liberated force to be reckoned with.
Students from a variety of Eastern clubs and organizations met Friday, Feb. 6, to voice concerns over the recent ASEWU plan to cut many of next year’s program budgets. Despite having a mere 24 hours notice to prepare for the forum, approximately 50 students representing as many as 20 clubs, responded to the 3 p.
09/19 2:00 a.m. Following a traffic stop on 6th Street, officers arrested, cited and released an adult male for a DUI. 09/19 4:00 a.m. The Cheney Fire Department responded to LA Hall after a student reported that a male student had fallen down the stairs.
With this being the last issue of the year, The Easterner’s staff decided on the top 10 stories that affected our campus. These were issues and events that ranged from tragedy to triumph, athletics to student government, weather to irate Montana Grizzly fans(!?). They all had something in common though: in one way or another, they still managed to have some significant connection to Eastern Washington University and its students.
From the outside of the new university recreation center, it’s difficult to tell that anything remarkable is occurring within. The average college student leans into the persistent chill of April and hurries by, intent on getting home to a sub-par, microwaveable lunch out of a quick-fix can or box.