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Art Students Use Digital Art to Collaborate on Temporary Mural

May 10, 2022

Art Students Use Digital Art to Collaborate on Temporary Mural

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

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National History Day 2022

May 9, 2022

Social Studies Education Majors

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

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A Logic of Care and Grassroots Claims to Home in Detroit

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

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2022 Sexual Assault Awareness Month

March 26, 2022 by llogan83

Photo by Gretchen Dyson from Pexels

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

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The Clarinet – Edited by Jane Ellsworth

February 15, 2022

Interior of the music building recital hall

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

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Street Renaming in the Wake of National Decolonization Efforts

Street Renaming in the Wake of National Decolonization Efforts

EWU’s Associate Professor, Margo Hill, published her article No Honor in Genocide: A Case Study of Street Renaming and Community

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Congratulations, Major Crawford!

January 28, 2022

Aerial view of the Cheney campus

I’d like to thank Lieutenant Ben Van Meter for bringing Colton Crawford’s recent promotion to Major in the Military Science

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Malcolm Pelles – Serving as Equity Chair at Washington Filmworks

Students walk beneath autumn trees across campus

The Department of Fine and Performing Arts is pleased to announce that Malcolm Pelles, Lecturer in Film and Screenwriting, has

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World Music Fund Awarded to Student Organizations

January 27, 2022

Ballet Folklorico Dancers

The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences awarded World Music Fund Awards to four student organizations and groups whose

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