The resignation of Casey Groh from his post as finance vice president for the ASEWU is a story of missed opportunities. Standing before his colleagues, members of the student press and the Superior Court, Groh had the chance to exhibit a characteristic that was rare during his tenure – class and sincerity.
The Eastern Washington University football team has been hit with a reprimand from the Big Sky and the NCAA after allegedly violating a rule that states how many coaches a team may use, a Level I secondary violation. A self-report was sent by the University to the NCAA on February 2 containing a letter from Head Coach Paul Wulff in which he said that he has been unaware of the potential violation for the past seven years.
In the past four weeks, The Easterner as a staff and as a publication has come farther than I could have ever dreamed. A successful redesign of our front page and page headers has combined with an energized staff to create a paper for which I am proud to be an editor.
For the past several years, many homeowners have been adding drugs, flame retardants and chemicals to their landscapes, though until recently, they were likely unaware of it. Chad Kinney, an assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry at EWU, was published in online editions of the Journal of Environmental Science & Technology for his study which […]
During his four years at Eastern Washington University, Muhmmad Shamsid-Deen was known for delivering powerful blows to opposing offenses. Now he is accused of helping them. According to a story by Tri-City Herald staff writer Ben Reynolds published June 7, Shamsid-Deen, then a member of the Tri-City Fever arena football team, was accused of handing […]