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EWU, WSU students stage walkouts over cuts

More than 500 students and faculty staged a noon-hour walkout at Eastern Washington University on Thursday to protest cuts in state university spending and increases in tuition.


Eagles hold off Redhawks in OT

As a college men’s basketball team preparing to spend most of the holiday season on the road, Eastern Washington University decided on Saturday afternoon to leave its friends, fans and …


EWU’s Smackdown on the Sound

SEATTLE – It was hard to get a good read on just how much Eastern Washington University’s football team enjoyed the opportunity to play in front of a home crowd …


Qwest experience worth doing again

SEATTLE – There will be numbers to crunch, opinions to weigh and bills to pay before Eastern Washington University can get a good handle on just how successful Saturday’s “Showdown …


Fall enrollment up at Wash. public universities

Fall enrollment is up at Washington’s public universities this fall. Most of the increase comes from students who decided to stay in school rather than seeking their fortunes elsewhere in …


Busy crossing to get safer

Drivers in Cheney will have to find an alternate route along Elm Street between the new Eastern Washington University Recreation Center and the Pence Union Building. Construction started last week …


EWU marching orders could bring out amoebic band geezers

What in the sacred name of John Philip Sousa is going on inside the shallowed halls of my alma mater, Eastern Washington University? Bean counters have decided to save $30,000 …


Students earn spot on EWU dean’s list

This is a continuation of area students named to the Eastern Washington University spring dean’s list for the 2008-’09 academic year. Students are listed by their hometowns. Spokane


Students named to EWU dean’s list

This is a continuation of the list of Inland Northwest students named to the Eastern Washington University spring dean’s list for the 2008-’09 academic year. Students are listed by their …


EWU names students to spring dean’s list

Eastern Washington University has students named to the spring dean’s list for the 2008-’09 academic year. The list of students from Eastern Washington begins here with students named by their …


Cheney ready to handle EWU graduation traffic

Graduation day at EWU is a time for praise, celebration and an influx of traffic to the city of Cheney. This Saturday will see multitudes of eager students and proud …


EWU announces dean’s list

The following is a continuation of Eastern Washington University’s winter quarter dean’s list for the 2008-2009 academic year. Students are listed by their hometown. Spokane: Joshua Aarnes, Josh Acker, Kayla …


Group may lose EWU funding

With the state making cuts in funding at the university level, the Historic Downtown Cheney Partnership, formerly known as Pathways to Progress, may soon lose its funding from Eastern Washington …


EWU president to reveal plan for cutting $26 million

Eastern Washington University President Rodolfo Arévalo will present his plan for cutting $26 million from the university’s budget over the next two years to the Board of Trustees on Friday.


Arevalo will be back at EWU on Monday

Eastern Washington University President Rodolfo Arévalo, who took leave in early December to recover from cancer treatment, will return to the Cheney campus on Monday, the acting president said.


NCAA puts EWU football on probation

The Eastern Washington University football program has been put on three years probation and is banned from postseason due to what the NCAA calls “major violations.” The NCAA Division I …


Poetry presents a humanizing touch

Given the vast changes that American culture is undergoing, it’s relevant to pose a literary question: Why, at this stage of the 21st century, should anyone read or write poetry?


Slush, sliding, whiteouts: wintry words of wisdom

Slow down. Increase your following distance. Check your equipment. Most people have heard all the winter driving warnings. But what’s a driver to do when faced with specific, very bad …


Numbers can add up to action

Collecting and interpreting clean, defensible data is one of the best ways to drive public policy decisions, experts from around the nation told some 260 Inland Northwest decision-makers at a …