“Every day is Earth Day when you are a geologist!” says Geology instructor Nigel Davies when talking about EWU Geology hosting their very first Earth Day scavenger hunt. It’s a great time to get outdoors.
Last week, David May, EWU's interim president, sent a letter to the campus community expressing his frustration and anger concerning a hate crime reported by an Eastern student. May spoke about his emotional message in a recent column in The Spokesman-Review.
Spokesman-Review's local story on hurtful and wrong books that won't be published anymore features Assistant Professor of Literacy Melissa Bedford. Read the story (first article is free).
As part of KPBX's Piano Bench program, Eastern student musicians are visiting the studio to share their talents.
EWU alumna Annie Franks is highlighted in The Spokesman-Review for her pandemic cookbook project, Annie's Southern Family Favorites: 100+ Desserts and Sweets.
WoodWorks.org recently published a detailed case study on the Catalyst building in Spokane.