A proclamation made on Tuesday honors head coach Shantay Legans and his team for a coronavirus-shortened, yet highly successful season.
How does a group of “Eagle Strong” students and faculty accommodate an after-school program for middle school kids during a pandemic? Well, they certainly don’t cancel it—they innovate!
For a Spokane public health nurse, life on the pandemic’s front lines began well before she earned her master’s degree from EWU.
Melissa Bedford, an assistant professor of literacy at EWU, thought it would be a good idea to get the education faculty and staff together—kind of—to send a message of support to students.
Under other circumstances, semester grads from Eastern's College of Health Science and Public Health would have walked at commencement on Friday. Instead, the college got creative and celebrated online.
With the continuation of the Washington State "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order, the EWU ROTC Program had to get creative to conduct training activities for the "Fighting Eagles" cadets.