The EWU String Orchestra, under the direction of guest conductor Evgeny Grechko, performs O Waly Waly from Suite for Strings by John Rutter.
Timing is everything, and that couldn’t be more true for Teal Delys, whose determination to pursue a dream helped her land the job she wanted, in the city she wanted––just as a pandemic was about to shut down the economy and job market.
Donor support for Eastern students—especially during this challenging time—continues to have a tremendous impact on student success. Now a new scholarship will assist top students training to become service leaders in the ROTC Fighting Eagles Battalion.
Every spring the diligence and dedication of Eastern graduates is rewarded when they walk across the commencement stage and hear their name called in front of classmates, family and friends. When commencement could not happen in the usual format this year, EWU got creative to ensure each 2020 grad got the recognition they deserve.
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.”