The Eastern community remains committed to being #EagleStrong during this academic year. The teams who keep campus housing running are a great example!
This week the College of Social Sciences is hosting a series of virtual forums and town halls designed to inform students, faculty, staff and the community about critical issues and races as we inch closer to Election Day.
With the health and well-being of students, faculty and staff its top priority, Eastern Washington University will continue to offer most courses online for the winter 2021 quarter, while in-person instruction will be allowed for certain classes.
The Academy of American Poets awarded EWU's Get Lit! Programs $15,000 through the Literary Arts Emergency Fund.
In an interview with the Spokesman-Review published on Monday, Oct. 12, David May, Eastern Washington University's interim president, discussed his plans to lead the university for the next two years.
The EWU Pride Center is hosting Pride Month this October with a calendar full of events.