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Mysteries of the Microbiome

A prominent EWU scientist and his students, Marcos Monteiro among them, explore new ways of thinking about a devastating neurodegenerative disease. By Charles E. Reineke Thanks to advances in genetic sequencing technology, the human gut microbiome — that vast ecosystem of bacteria and other… [Read more]
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Cultivating Sustainability

A cornucopia of organic produce aims to take a bite out of hunger. By Eastern Magazine Recent upgrades to the university’s sort-of-secret Sustainability Garden — already a cornucopia of gorgeous organic produce — are giving this out-of-the-way plot a more prominent role in helping… [Read more]
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A Gift of Music

An alumnus craftsman and his wife present Eastern with a tuneful, long-lived contribution. By Eastern Magazine Lynn Nelson ’69 is a luthier; i.e., a maker of stringed musical instruments. During a Thanksgiving event in Hargreaves Hall earlier this year, Lynn and his wife, Gail,… [Read more]

Entrepreneurially Teaching

An Eastern arts expert masters the business case study. By Eastern Magazine Jonathan Middleton, a professor of music at EWU, is a champion of the fine arts. He is not, strictly speaking, a business person. But after a recent conference he may need to… [Read more]
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Joy and Growth

Eastern physical therapy students learn by assisting little ones in need. By Eastern Magazine Watching children grow, play and learn is a timeless joy. It’s a pleasure made even more palpable when kids with developmental delays and disabilities are doing these things with the… [Read more]
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Transformative Journey

EWU students travel in the footsteps of America’s civil rights icons By Eastern Magazine Spring break is traditionally known as a week to relax and unwind, perhaps even to travel to a warmer climate and lay by a pool or the ocean. For 15… [Read more]
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More Love for the New PUB

Professional architects agree, Eastern’s PUB is the place to be. [caption id="attachment_234" align="alignright" width="232"] EWU's PUB renovation is a winner.[/caption] Eastern’s Pence Union Building, recent recipient of a $47 million remodel, has become everything renovation advocates had hoped for: an inviting center for student… [Read more]
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Art and Science

A colorful celebration of discovery now enlivens the Science Building. By Eastern Magazine Even as the new Interdisciplinary Science Center rises next door, the old Science Building at EWU remains a vital center for learning and discovery. It is also now a destination for… [Read more]
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Home Again, Virtually

Noelle Covarrubias left Eastern, but dreamed of returning. A new online degree program is making it happen. By Eastern Magazine She was a sophomore studying at Eastern when her family in the Tri-Cities decided to relocate to the Midwest. When Noelle Covarrubias, a talented… [Read more]

Brave New Communications

Augmented reality gives prospective students a window into all things Eastern. By Eastern Magazine Plopped down among EWU’s Cheney Hall, the Science Building and the Computing and Engineering Building is a small storage structure that in recent years has come to lead something of… [Read more]
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