Yvonne Lopez-Morton likes books – no matter what language they’re in. That might be something of an understatement. Lopez-Morton, chair of the Washington Human Rights Commission, grew up in a lower-income family of seven. With limited entertainment options, she turned to books for an escape.
You know you’ve had this happen to you: You’re walking into a business with double-glass doors, but you don’t figure out one side is locked until you bump into it like an idiot. Only you’re no idiot. You’re a victim – a victim of one of the most absurd practices known to American commerce.
The EWU Young Democrats are holding a food drive to raisedonations for the Cheney Food Bank. They will be at the entrance ofthe Cheney Safeway from 2 to 7 p.m. until Dec. 5.Club members said they did not set a definite goal for collections,but thus far community members have been generous. “People are surprisingly really […]
For some unknown reason, it is generally considered acceptablefor members of popular secular bands to show updrunk—stumbling drunk— to shows and then act crass,detached and aloof, so long as they play a few hits before theyhave sex with their choice of groupies and pass out for thenight. This attitude has always made it somewhat difficult […]
Members of the EWU College Republicans will sponsor an”affirmative action bake sale” next quarter duringwhich they will sell cookies to students at prices determined bytheir race, charging white students more than minorities. The sale was to be held last week, but organizers voluntarilycancelled it to allow more time for preparation. Numerous CR groups across the […]