Messages of tolerance, peace and social justice are fresh on our minds this week as we celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Those themes continued on the EWU campus Tuesday at the President's Dialogue on Diversity, as an overflow crowd packed into the Hargreaves reading room to join a conversation on the historical use and contexts of the “n” word.
The EWU Career Center is excited to partner with JCPenney and WSECU for SUIT-UP from 5 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Northtown Mall JCPenney in Spokane. On this day only, JCPenney will offer up to 60 percent off all selected professional attire.
You didn't have to look hard to find Eastern Washington University students, faculty and staff celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy on Monday.
For the first time, Spokane is hosting the Men’s and Women’s National Curling Championships. The event will take place right here on the Eastern Washington University campus Feb. 8-15.
For physical therapy student Jarod Paul, giving back to his community is at the top of his priority list. Now, with the help of a prestigious scholarship, he’ll soon be doing just that for our region’s tribal communities.
For the next couple of months, EWU’s director of government relations will spend his days at the state capitol visiting with lawmakers and urging them to support Eastern—and higher education—in their discussions.