Eastern Washington University Ranked #4 By Field and Stream Magazine for Hunters and Anglers

According to Field and Stream magazine, Eastern Washington University is the 4th best university for Hunters and Anglers:

Eastern Washington University (EWU) sits roughly five miles north of Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge, which is home to 18,000 acres of the Channeled Scabland. It’s a gateway to diverse terrain replete with coyotes, waterfowl, elk, turkey, and even black bears.

Eagles can get range time with the EWU Archery Club or go fishing with the EWU Fishing Club.  [Field and Stream Magazine]

Fish Lake is located 5 miles from the EWU campus and is one of dozens of lakes in the Cheney area popular for fishing. 

ROTC is a great way to experience the outdoors in the Cheney area.  For example the Channeled Scablands terrain mentioned in the article is where we hold many of our leadership labs, our Expert Fighting Eagles Badge competition, and most recently our Winter Field Training exercise.  Anyone looking to improve their hunting marksmanship should also consider signing up for the Basic Rifle Marksmanship class offered by EWU ROTC this Spring quarter

If you want to experience the outdoors attending EWU and joining the ROTC program is a great way to do it.

Go ROTC!  Go Fighting Eags! 

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