Professor works to develop disabilities center Kristie Hsin Senior Reporter In partnership with the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University, EWU professor and director of disabilities Romel Mackelprang is working to better the lives of people with disabilities in Ghana. Their goal is to help people develop skills for life so that they are not […]
Fear of repercussions from the university leads students to remain silent and steer clear from calling for help. According to Violence Prevention Advocate Karen Wanjico, if EWU had an amnesty policy in place, students might understand that they can call for help.
Spokane Transit Authority juggles passengers during peak times Spokane Transit has added about 13 buses from their existing fleet to accommodate over-crowding during rush hours. Since the service change last September, the rate of people taking the bus to and from Cheney has seen a 14.5 percent growth, according to STA Communications Manager Molly Myers. […]
State and Federal Funds slashed for student work study programs Kristie Hsin Senior Reporter Budget cuts are effecting student work study employment on and off campus. In order to help accommodate recent budget cuts, The Higher Education Coordination Board has asked that all schools in Washington limit students to 19 hours a week. “With the […]
Family and friends use Facebook to update the public about case Kristie Hsin Senior Reporter Nearly 14 months later, Jackie Forney continues to search for her missing daughter. 40-year-old Heather Higgins, an Eastern student, has been missing for more than a year. She was last seen with an acquaintance on Sept. 20, 2010 at her […]