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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 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Inlander Profiles the Prairie Restoration Project

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

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Adaptive Athletics a Draw for Talented Student Athlete and Donors

When looking at colleges, Jackson Atwood had plenty of reasons to choose Eastern. When you get to know this talented

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