Tag: Fall/Winter 2021

People-Friendly Places

Essays edited by Eastern alumna Summer Hess explore one of Spokane’s most interesting urban spaces. Just southwest of the University

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Man for All Seasons

Bob Quinn, a geography professor with a passion for the weather, died on Oct. 10. In 1967, Robert “Bob” Quinn,

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Building Relationships

Erin Ross, EWU alumna and member of the Cowlitz Tribe, will guide Eastern’s Tribal Relations Office.   In July, Eastern

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Digital Combatants

Eastern students take on the cyber crooks.   A ransomware attack shuts down Colonial Pipeline, largest fuel supplier to the

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Getting Lit, Virtually

EWU’s Get Lit! festival goes digital, and earns accolades.   Eastern’s annual week-long literary festival, Get Lit!  —  a gathering

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An Eagle Steps Up

Monica Jaenicke, athlete, alumna and sports communicator, will lead EWU Athletics’ outreach. Over the course of his 31-year career at

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Eagles Rising

  Once they were migrant and seasonal farm workers. Soon they’ll launch careers in health care.   CAMP, the College

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Fledgling Trustee

Auriana Mitchell brings a youthful perspective to Eastern’s 130-year-old governing body.  Beginning in the 1970s, the nation’s higher education governing

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Alternative Camping

Travel restrictions fail to deter Eastern’s determined geologists.   Covid-19’s disruptions over the past year-and-a-half haven’t just affected indoor learning

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The ‘Buzz’ is Back

After a year-and-a-half long pandemic-induced hiatus, Eastern’s interim president celebrates students’ return.   On a near-perfect, end-of-summer Tuesday in September

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