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Sativa Transue 5K to Support Domestic Violence Victims 

Students in the EWU Exercise Science Club & Intramural Sports have organized a 5K Walk/Run/Roll on Sunday, June 11, to raise awareness and provide support for nonprofits that help domestic violence victims and their pets. Participants can register online for the Sativa Transue Memorial 5K. The event costs $25 without a T-shirt … Read more

Approved Policy Changes Announced

Approved Policy Changes  The Board of Trustees approved changes to the following policies this afternoon: Policy Proposals Open for Public Comment The following policy proposals are open for public review and comment on the EWU policy website under “Review Policies in Process.” You may also click on the policy titles below for a direct link. These proposals will remain … Read more

Spirit Of The Eagle Powwow to be Held June 3

The Native American Student Association and American Indian Studies are once again hosting the Spirit Of The Eagle Powwow. The event will be held from 1-7 p.m. on Saturday, June 3, in the Reese Court Pavilion. The powwow will feature Head Man George Meninick, Jr., and Head Woman Taunie Cullooyah … Read more

Retirement Celebration For Grace Creasman

Join the EWU campus community for a retirement celebration in honor of Grace Creasman, program director and senior lecturer for Addiction Studies. The celebration will run from 12:30-2 p.m. on Friday, June 2, on the second floor lounge of Senior Hall. Cake, ice tea and lemonade will be offered.

Athletic Director Open Forums are Set for Finalists

A nationwide search has produced three finalists for the position of Associate Vice President/Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at EWU. The university will conduct daylong interviews of the candidates beginning the last week of May through early June.  The campus community is invited to meet the candidates and ask questions during … Read more

Learn About Critical Race Theory With Presentation Video

If you missed the Critical Race Theory presentation by Professor Angélica Cházaro, on May 12, it’s not to late to learn more about this important topic. In this presentation video, Cházaro discusses the origins of Critical Race Theory and some of its unifying ideas. She touches upon modern applications of the … Read more

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