When EWU converted its primary technology to the Banner system, the best of intentions were in mind. The Banner system was put in place to better service students and their needs. Unfortunately, the technology and the ability to operate it have become problematic for both students and administrative faculty.
Identity theft is one of the nation’s fastest growing crimes. The crime of obtaining someone’s personal information to assume their identity for criminal activity still remains one of the most unique crimes in the United States. It is also considered one of the most devastating to its victims.
Every year, the number of young athletes who die from sudden cardiac arrest is increasing. Currently, sudden cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., resulting in about 450,000 deaths a year. Thousands of these deaths are children and very young adults.
On Oct. 5, EWU staff and members of the Cheney community came together to celebrate the groundbreaking of EWU’s new recreation center. However, for students living in Dryden and L.A. Halls, the noise from the construction (taking place directly behind L.A.
The death penalty is a topic that sparks feverish debate and emotions from Americans. Often times, this debate divides the American people in their opinion of what is considered unconstitutional and what is considered justice being served. What most commonly thrusts this debate into the forefront of today’s American culture is when someone comes forward to contest the death penalty’s constitutionality.