The art scene in Spokane: Terrain 8

For the past 8 years, the nonprofit Terrain organization has hosted their hugely popular interactive art events in funky locations around Spokane. This October was the biggest yet: over 8,000 people visited throughout the single night event. And as you might expect, EWU students and faculty could be found nearly everywhere. Chris Leja Terrain showcased … Read more

Admitted Student Day: The Things You Missed About Admissions

In April, EWU hosted one of the largest admissions events in over 10 years, Admitted Student Day. We filled the two largest auditoriums on campus, nearly filled a third, and an estimated 1,000 people took part in the day-long event. For those students looking to make their college decision, the day provided more than just … Read more

Like to shred? Then shred Spokane.

Little known and entirely unexpected fact: Spokane has an intensely vibrant skateboard subculture. Hop aboard the free bus to downtown Spokane some summer morning and count the designers, shopkeeps and students bombing down the South Hill to grab a coffee or complete a few jumps before the day begins. Even at EWU, the skateboard is … Read more

The Olive Garden reviewer

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Marilyn Hagerty catapulted to Internet fame for her review of the Olive Garden, and my middle-of-nowhere, small-town heart loves it. The story, that is, not the Olive Garden. The Olive Garden is sometimes hard to love … but Marilyn—she’s something special. If you haven’t followed her story, here’s the gist of it. For several decades, … Read more