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Cooper Kupp

August 11, 2022 by vbaxter1

Sovereignty Through Sustainability Event

Sovereignty Through Sustainability Event

As part of its annual Sustainability Week celebration, Eastern Washington University hosted a daylong conference devoted to exploring some of

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Amy Washington, Scholarship Recipient

Amy Washington, a computer science major sits in the computer lab.

Amy Washington earned an associate’s degree at community college, worked as a dental assistant for 10 years, then decided to

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Student Emergency Fund Gives Joy When Students Need it Most

Student Emergency Fund Gives Joy When Students Need it Most

During winter break, an EWU student traveled home for the holidays. A medical emergency caused the need for an expensive

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No-Li Brewhouse Helps EWU Launch Craft Beer Certificate

John Bryant, an owner of No-Li Brewhouse, and Chris Cindric, a senior lecturer for the Department of Wellness and Movement Sciences who will oversee the program.

No-Li Brewhouse made a $10,000 gift to kick off Giving Joy Day and help Eastern launch a Craft Beer Industry

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Steve Blewett Wants to Make Internships More Accessible

Steve Blewett Wants to Make Internships More Accessible

Internships are an important and valuable part of the college experience. The real-world experience is often not only crucial to

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Bill Youngs Challenges Eastern Community to Help Students Succeed

Bill Youngs Challenges Eastern Community to Help Students Succeed

To kick-off Giving Joy Day, on April 4, Youngs is making a $20,000 matching gift to challenge the Eastern community to support student scholarships.

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Tayler Wells

photo of Tayer Wells, Scholarship recipient

The recipient of this year’s EWURA Golden Eagle Scholarship is a go-getter. Tayler Wells, a criminal justice major with a

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The Spokesman-Review covers the Prairie Restoration Project

Kristy Snyder, left, an EWU master’s student studying Palouse prairie restoration, Erik Budsberg, a sustainability coordinator and project manager, Sarah Hill, a former EWU student who recently completed her master’s on prairie restoration needs and assessment and arrowleaf balsamroot seeding establishment, and Dr. Justin Bastow, an EWU professor studying soil and soil food webs, check out EWU’s Seed Increase Garden, which is designed to help produce seeds from native Palouse plants on April 23 in Cheney. (Tyler Tjomsland/The Spokesman-Review)

The Spokesman-Review profiles the Prairie Restoration Project. By Greg Mason 

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Inlander Profiles the Prairie Restoration Project

Photo: Wilson Criscione

EWU’s progress on the Palouse Prairie Restoration Project is highlighted in the Inlander.

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