Students in a new gardening club were eager to get their hands dirty and the EWU Community Garden was on track to cultivate a great crop this year. When the COVID-19 pandemic forced a change of plans, one dedicated employee kept things growing.
The sun is shining and temperatures are rising—the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the Inland Northwest. And if you’re scratching your head trying to find ways to stay active during the pandemic, the EWU Recreation and Leisure Services Department has some exciting suggestions for getting “out there.”
NEW VIDEO ADDED: EWU choir students create EWU Fight Song video for the campus community to enjoy.
William “Bill” Wolrehammer died May 8, 2020 at his home in Cheney following a battle with illness stemming from his time served in the Vietnam War. He was 88.
As Eastern Washington University prepares for its “Max Flex” approach for the fall 2020 quarter, it is providing the campus community with a new online guide to help ensure a seamless transition.
For the second year in a row, a faculty member with the Eastern Washington University Army ROTC “Fighting Eagles” battalion has been honored with a U.S. Army Cadet Command Instructor of the Year Award.