Archive: stories

Commentary by Drs. Almeida and Rohrer published in the Inlander

Dr. Deirdre Almeida and Dr. Judy Rohrer’s commentary, “EWU’s future: Will the new president restore the diversity programs that were

[Read more]

EWU Faculty Perspectives

EWU Faculty Perspectives By Kasey Hermens, April 2021 The year of 2020 was defined by the COVID-19 virus, Zoom meetings,

[Read more]

Home Literacy Kit

Breanna Guzman Summary When finding the perfect project to carry out, I came to the conclusion that my focus should

[Read more]

John Stuart Mill and Proportional Representation

Katie Gower Abstract In his analysis of representative democracy and its demerits, English philosopher and economist John Stuart Mill proposes

[Read more]

Art Students Use Digital Art to Collaborate on Temporary Mural

May 10, 2022

Winter quarter the Advanced Digital Art class took on the challenge of creating a collaborative installation piece of two murals

[Read more]

National History Day 2022

May 9, 2022

Since 1974, the National History Day non-profit education organization has offered annual year-long academic programs that engages over half a

[Read more]

A Logic of Care and Grassroots Claims to Home in Detroit

EWU’s Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies and Women’s & Gender Education Center present Dr. Jessi Quizar A Logic of Care

[Read more]

2022 Sexual Assault Awareness Month

March 26, 2022 by llogan83

Counseling and Wellness and the Women’s and Gender Education Center are collaborating to bring Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities to

[Read more]

The Clarinet – Edited by Jane Ellsworth

February 15, 2022

2021 saw the publishing of the book The Clarinet that was edited by the EWU Fine & Performing Arts Music

[Read more]
Filed Under: