Thursday, February 26, 2009


Honest Abe, EWU and the Symphony

EWU grad and Opera star Thomas Hampson returns for a show with the Spokane Symphony as part of the bicentennial celebration of Lincoln's birthday.

Seattle PI


Fundraising Update

From the Puget Sound Business Journal. Keep in mind, this is through June of 2008. Things have changed, but we can't stop trying.



Eastern Student Raps With Mayor

You've likely heard about Spokane Mayor Mary Verner's recent rap performance. What you might not know is the person she was performing with is an Eastern freshman who's overcome his own struggles.

Spokesman Review

Friday, February 20, 2009


Devastating Loss

The tragic death of a cross country coach at Spokane Community College touches Eastern as well, where the young man earned his masters.

Spokesman Review


Another Perspective

Editorial in Seattle Times regarding yet another way the state might save money during this budget crisis. The author uses a study from an EWU professor to back up his case.

Seattle Times

Thursday, February 19, 2009


The Plot Thickens?

Interesting article from the Spokesman regarding the NCAA fiasco.


Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Eagles and Probation

I've been away for a while, but here's a nice summary on the EWU football situation in relation to the NCAA.
Also, no news yet on whether Eastern will appeal the ban on post season play this season. More to come.


Wednesday, February 04, 2009


A leg up

EWU's Ryan Mizner, an assistant professor in physical therapy, was part of a study on the benefits of exercise after knee replacement surgery.

The Study - conducted at the University of Delaware - has now been published and is receiving a lot of attention.



Making a difference

Story featuring student from EWU's American Indian Studies program.


Monday, February 02, 2009


Telling Our Story

Eastern had the rare opportunity to be featured on the front page of the Seattle Times Sunday for a story on the rise in Latino students statewide. EWU prides itself on providing opportunities for everyone and this article reflects that very well.
As an FYI, the reporter and photographer spent several days on campus and put some quality time into this story - which seems to happen less and less in these times of media 'downsizing."

Seattle Times

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