It has been 21 long years since the EWU Symphony Orchestra has been invited to perform at a major music conference. Now, thanks to the hard work of student performers, their conductor John Marshall and generous Eastern Washington University donors, the drought is over.
The 2020 Spokane Mayor’s Cup goes to—drumroll please—Eastern Washington University! Not one, but two computer science teams from EWU received honors in the Spokane Mayor’s Cup Cybersecurity Competition.
Eastern Washington University is once again a proud presenting sponsor of the Spokane International Film Festival (SpIFF), which returns for its 22nd year on Friday, Feb. 28.
The EWU Recreation Center (URC) is the host venue as Spokane welcomes the USA Curling National Championships, Feb. 8-15. The weeklong competition will feature the nation's top men’s and women’s teams vying for a spot on Team USA and a berth in the subsequent World Curling Championships.
EWU’s annual Activist in Residence series is off to an engaging start. Two weeks in, organizers say 40 to 60 people have attended each event, participating in lively and meaningful discussions around immigration and activism.
Hundreds of area school kids got to spend part of their day cheering on the Eags.