You can see their neck muscles straining even from the middle of the May 26 gig at the Artist CafÃ©. And once you get into the music, it’s a little like watching rain drops scatter down through sunshine. It’s a stoic, agitated peace. A stormy kind of peaceful.
With a slew of letters to the university president and the student body government, the EWU student newspaper is protesting being relocated to the basement of Hargreaves Hall in future reconstruction, saying it is inaccessible, remote and disrespectful to a student-run entity.
Eighty-nine-year-old Eugene Berland sits in a comfortable chair, in his own sunlit room overlooking Sixth Street and a meadow beyond. Surrounding him are colorful photographs of family and friends. The room is clean and tidy and on the floor beside him lays a stack of latch hook kits to make murals from bits of yarn. […]
Fighting strong winds on Friday and blossoming under a warm sun on Saturday, the EWU women’s track and field team earned sixth place at the NCAA Big Sky Conference Championships, held at Eastern May 10 through 13. “They came through when they needed to come through,” said Marcia Mecklenburg, the head women’s track coach. “They […]
By Jeslyn Lemke Contributing Writer Every night, thousands of refugee children in Northern Uganda flee their homes to escape being abducted into a brutal rebel army. A non-profit organization, Invisible Children, was formed to rescue these children. Part of their effort to end this 20-year war was the new Global Night Commute held April 29, […]