‘EeeWoos’ awards banquet celebrates hard-working athletes

Student-athletes and their dates came out in droves, dressed to the nines for the sixth annual “EeeWoos” on May 28 at Showalter Auditorium. This is an event run by the athletic department to celebrate the student-athletes for their accomplishments not only on the field, but also off. “EeeWoos” nominees and recipients are chosen by EWU … Continue reading ‘EeeWoos’ awards banquet celebrates hard-working athletes

ROTC executes field training complete with Black Hawk lift off

After six years of unavailability, a Blackhawk helicopter dropped in on Eastern’s campus to help with ROTC training. Each spring, EWU’s ROTC executes field-training exercises to practice what they have learned through the year. On May 16, five squads of about 10 cadets patiently waited in the overflow parking lot near Roos Field for their … Continue reading ROTC executes field training complete with Black Hawk lift off

‘Battle of the Balls’ tournament puts Dodgey Style against Team Ramrod

“Dodge, dip, duck, dive and dodge,” is all one needs to know when playing the game of dodgeball, according to the movie “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.” Students took this message to heart on May 8, when participating in the first ever URC dodgeball tournament. The event was thrown in celebration of the University’s Recreational … Continue reading ‘Battle of the Balls’ tournament puts Dodgey Style against Team Ramrod

Business fraternities connect students to networking, etiquette opportunities

EWU students dressed in slacks and blazers and put on their best manners as they learned how to properly handle themselves while attending a business lunch. Eastern students had the opportunity to learn this and so much more during an etiquette luncheon on April 18. EWU’s co-ed business fraternities Alpha Kappa Psi and Beta Alpha, … Continue reading Business fraternities connect students to networking, etiquette opportunities

TRiO hopes awareness week will capture attention

According to a retention specialist, over half of Eastern’s population is eligible for the TRiO program without even knowing it. Amy McGreevy works as a retention specialist for TRiO student support services and said students who are either first generation, come from a low-income family or students with disabilities may be eligible for the TRiO … Continue reading TRiO hopes awareness week will capture attention