Recent federal legislation will overhaul the government’s federal student loan program for all student loans distributed after July 1, 2010. New benefits for students and parents receiving loans from the federal government will be in the revised version of the program. “They are calling it the largest piece of student aid legislation in a very […]
The politically conservative Eastern Republic newspaper may be reaching its final days if no Eastern students volunteer to take charge of the paper’s editing and production responsibilities once they are vacated at the end of the school year.
Students receiving financial aid may soon find tuition to be a higher hurdle as state and federal funding dries up.
Upcoming state legislation may give the Board of Regents and Trustees the authority to set university tuition in Washington state without requiring the approval of authorities in the state government.
The Compassionate Interfaith Society (CIS) will hold a weekly forum open to students of all religious beliefs in the women’s studies lounge Tuesdays at noon in Monroe Hall, room 207.