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Honors, at Eastern Washington University, seeks to cultivate excellence in undergraduate education by providing enhanced educational opportunities to superior students and special teaching opportunities to outstanding faculty.
217 Hargreaves Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Jeff Sanders
March 7th, 8th, 14th, and 15th at 7:30 pm
March 9th at 2:00 pm
March 13th at 5:00pm
Prophecies. Madness. Ambition. Blood. The King has been murdered, but how long will the new King live? IN Shakespear's supernatural tragedy Macbeth, the titular Lord is led by the prophecies of witches to conspire with his wife on an ambitious plot to rule Scotland--at any cost. But when their delusions of power result in bloodshed, Macbeth is sent into a downward spiral of madness. Tormented by visions and guilt while the price of his crimes takes its toll, what fate awaits Macbeth? Join us for a chilling account of the destructively cyclical nature of dreams and nightmares come true.
All seats are $10 - EWU students admitted free with student ID
New Honors freshman Mica Pointer and two current students, Francesca and Kayla, congratulate poet and playwright EWU Honors Professor Jonathan Johnson at the premier of his new play, "Ode" based on the life of John Keats.
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Honors transfer students, sophomores, and freshmen at the NW Museum of Art and Culture – MAC “Seeing Impressionism: Europe & America”
The annual Liberty Lake Old Growth Cedars Hike
Saturday, October 8
Honors UK Trip
Spring Break 2011
Honors Program & F. B. Huston Convocation
Graduating students who have completed the Honors program and Recipients of the Frances B. Huston medallion joined Eastern Washington University President Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo for the 2010 Honors Program & F. B. Huston Convocation at EWU's Showalter Auditorium. Click here to see a slideshow of the event or download photos from Flickr.
Honors/EPIC American Southwest Spring Break Adventure 2010
John Dodge, Tabitha Brown, Shar Lichty, Jacob Powell, Camille Troxel, and Talia Torrano proudly display a copy of Eastern Magazine at dusk on the banks of the San Juan River in south-east Utah. All are current students participating in the Honors Program/Epic Adventures spring break trip in March 2010. The adventure included river rafting and service work in a national park. "After four days in the river," says Honors Program Director Dana Elder, "their Eagle spirit was stronger than ever."
The EWU Honors Program and Phi Eta Sigma participated in The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life, a fun-filled and inspirational overnight event that raised money and awareness to support cancer patients and survivors.
Students, the Honors office staff, family, and friends rallied at the Honors/Phi Eta Sigma Team tent. Team members took turns walking or running around the EWU track all night.
Honors/EPIC Guatemala Spring Break Adventure 2009
Students had an Opportunity To:
- Spend 3-4 days living with a Peace Corps Volunteer. and assisting with their projects in rural Guatemala.
- Trek 3-days through the western highlands of Guatemala.
- 2 days exploring the city of Antigua, one of the oldest cities in the Western Hemisphere.
- Experience one of the oldest living cultures in the world, the Maya.
See our video on You Tube.