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Pencils Down Virtual Symposium: June 18, 2020

June 15, 2020 by Will Hall

Student Symposium: “Pencils Down: Confronting Hate with, and in, the Humanities” Event Date and Time: June 18, 2020, 9 a.m.

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English Student Spotlight: Brittany Copeland

June 1, 2020 by Will Hall

Student Spotlight: Brittany Copeland BAE English Secondary Education Brittany Copeland is a student in the EWU Teacher Preparation Program majoring

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English Student Spotlight: Raghda Al Hmeyrat

May 29, 2020

Student Spotlight: Raghda Al Hmeyrat M.A. Rhetoric and Technical Communication Raghda Al Hmeyrat is a graduate student in the MA

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Join Us for Our Virtual Convocation

Join us for our virtual convocation at 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 27. Program The Star Spangled Banner – Lyrics: F. S.

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English Student Spotlight: Laine Houghton

May 25, 2020 by Will Hall

Student Spotlight: Laine Houghton MA in Literature and Writing Laine Houghton is a graduate student in the Masters of Literature

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English Student Spotlight: Rose Hall

May 22, 2020 by Will Hall

Student Spotlight: Rose Hall MA in English Literature and Writing Rose Hall is a graduate student in the Master’s program

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English Student Spotlight: Lauren Gilmore

May 20, 2020 by Will Hall

Student Spotlight: Lauren Gilmore BA in English: Literary Studies Lauren Gilmore is a student in the English Bachelor of Arts

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Music Alumni String Quartet Performs Salome

Recorded by the “Quarantine Quartet,” this string performance was submitted by an EWU alum. Violin I: Lucia Lostumbo Violin II:

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English Student Spotlight: Aaron Hutchinson

May 15, 2020 by Will Hall

Student Spotlight: Aaron Hutchinson BA Interdisciplinary Studies in Journalism, Creative Writing, and Screenwriting Aaron Hutchinson is a student in the

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Programs Ranked 14th and 24th in the Nation

May 13, 2020

Our Online Master in Education (MEd) Program and the undergraduate Special Education Program were ranked 14th and 24th in the

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