With a passion for students and a talent for teaching, John Cogley sits down with The Easterner’s Jason Keedy to elaborate on his various teaching jobs as well as what gives him his passion for teachers.
For more than 12 years, EWU’s Friends of the Library (FOL) have worked to assist the Library Development Board with its programming. Aiding in the promotion of EWU Libraries and its services, the FOL serves not only as a support group, but also as a provider of volunteers who assist in various events.
To honor Martin Luther King Jr. on his birthday, Angela Schwendiman will be giving a lecture in Showalter 109. The Easterner’s Jason Keedy sits down with her to discuss the topics of her lecture.
The history of Cheney has spanned from a once isolated outpost into the center of education and industry it is today. Partly due to the plentiful water and timber, as well as the promise of a future railroad, settlers flocked into the area in the late 1860s and early 1870s.
Taking into account all forms of sexual violence, partner violence and stalking, nearly one-third of Eastern Washington University students will have to cope with victimization. With its emphasis on prevention through culture change, the Green Dot program is being initiated on campus to promote behaviors, choices, words and attitudes that communicate intolerance for all forms of “power-based personal violence.