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Stories from Eastern Washington University
Military sexual trauma linked to posttraumatic stress
College Reporting

Sam Jackson | May 31, 2019

While military post-traumatic stress disorder is commonly associated with experiences from war, military sexual trauma is also a leading cause of PTSD.

Some EWU student veterans wake up with night…

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History of Drag: LGBTQ rights, art and civil rights
College Reporting

Kaisa Siipola | March 18, 2019

Learning about history doesn’t have to be a drag at EWU.

The History of Drag was hosted by Jason Johnson, a Spokane Drag performer whose drag name is Nova Kaine, on Feb. 27 in the PUB to educate students…

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BSU and Africana Studies Reclaiming Black Excellence
College Reporting

Kaisa Siipola | February 28, 2019

Black History Month involves more than just highlighting historical events and learning about slavery and the civil rights movement. It highlights historical accomplishments and contributions of all Africans…

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Riding for the culture
College Reporting

Taylor Newquist | February 22, 2019

When most people hear the word rodeo, an image of modern day cowboys glued to bucking bulls and stallions is the first thing that comes to mind. For teams of Native Americans competing in Indian relay…

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Eagles soar to Washington’s Capitol to lobby for university issues
College Reporting

Sam Jackson | February 21, 2019

EWU students are on a mission to express their concerns and advocate for bills that matter to this university and universities at a statewide level, by taking a trip to Olympia for Eagles’ Lobby Day.

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Northwest Boulevard turns exclusively digital
College Reporting

Jeremy Burnham | February 17, 2019

An EWU student publication is saying goodbye to its main product: its print edition. And no, the publication is not The Easterner.

Northwest Boulevard has been an outlet for the artistic voices of EWU…

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Easley’s four-year journey to get back on the court
College Reporting

Drew Lawson | February 10, 2019

Junior guard Andie Easley does not have fond memories of her early college career.

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Frisco Bound
College Reporting

Taylor Newquist | December 27, 2018

No last second plays, no heartbreaks and no doubt. After powering through Maine, EWU will go to Frisco, Texas to play for the program’s second FCS national championship on Jan 5.

The No. 3 seed Eagles…

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Veterans recognized on the ice
College Reporting

Drew Lawson | December 10, 2018

On Veteran’s Day schools and workplaces around the country take pause to recognize those who have served in the military and armed forces, among those being service members are a number of EWU students,…

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ASEWU President Dante Tyler settles into new role
College Reporting

Jeremy Burnham | December 10, 2018

With the first two weeks of school finished, many students are settling into their new classes. One such student is senior Dante Tyler. However, new classes aren’t the only thing Tyler is adjusting to….

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Truck driver spreads comedy around Spokane area
College Reporting

Michael Brock | December 3, 2018

For years, Mark Morris has been cracking jokes to anyone who will listen. Now he’s getting paid for it.

A truck driver by day, Morris performed at an open mic in 2016 on his 44th birthday as a bucket…

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Details on Mitchell’s shooting emerge
College Reporting

Kaitlyn Engen | November 1, 2018

One small-town grocery store. One disorderly man with a knife. Three bullet holes in the wall. One dead body.

Questions still linger as the  Washington State Patrol investigates the events of Sept….

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Wheelchair basketball strives for inclusivity
College Reporting

Taylor Newquist | October 31, 2018

In Washington state, there is only one place where a para-athlete can attend college and play sports at the same time, and that is at EWU.

The EWU coed wheelchair basketball club was founded last year,…

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Sam McPherson leads by strong example, perseverance
College Reporting

Taylor Newquist | October 30, 2018

Running back Sam McPherson is a leader on and off the field. He aims to put people before himself, which has led him to be one of 169 football players nationally to be nominated for the Allstate AFCA Good…

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First gender-inclusive floor open to students
College Reporting

Richard N Clark IV | October 30, 2018

A gender-inclusive housing accommodation will find its home on the 10th floor of Dressler Hall starting fall 2018, despite the Trump administration revoking protection for transgender and gender-nonconforming…

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