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3 Things All College Students Should Know
We sat down with career expert Robbyn Hoffman to talk college, the real world, and choosing your first career. If you like what you read, you can schedule a meeting with Robbyn or other experts at EWU’s Career Services. #1: Your major isn’t your career. “There is still this kind of idea that your major […]
EWU Rocketry Club Aims for the Stars
It’s Friday morning and the mechanical engineering workshop is a hive of activity. The high, square workbenches are filled with students intently focused on their tasks. There’s good reason for their excitement: they’re hand-building two high powered rockets which reach heights of 10,600 feet which will deploy custom-designed glider technology. The Rocketry Club workshop is packed with tools: ovens for […]
From Metal Head to Pre-Med
Not many people have toured the country playing in metal bands to sold out venues and then gone on to study pre-med. Senior Biology major Joel Seier’s path to EWU has been anything but average. For over ten years he played guitar in various rock acts, including touring the country with Memphis May Fire. “Driving […]
So what’s a faculty concert like?
Students and staff spent their lunch packed into the EWU music hall for just one reason: the faculty. Take Rory McDonald, for instance. He isn’t a music major, but the sophomore from Port Townsend still chose EWU for its music programs. He wanted to play cello in the orchestra and study with renowned EWU cellist Dr. John Marshall. […]
Making Art is a Walk in the Park for 3D Design Students
This fall a group of 3D design students, led by Professor Lisa Nappa, cruised out to Turnbull, EWU’s neighboring National Wildlife Refuge. The students’ goal: to make art with just their imagination and the raw materials found in Mother Nature. Before venturing out of the studio they watched excerpts from “Rivers and Tides,” the documentary about Andy Goldsworthy, […]
One of the world’s premier, undeveloped hot springs is in EWU’s backyard. Goldbug Hot Springs outside Salmon, Idaho, is well worth a weekend trip from Cheney. The stunning landscapes of Idaho and Montana make the time fly by. It’s even more powerful when you realize you’re passing through the same mountain ranges that blew the minds […]
Career Services’ Computing and Engineering Fair crushes it!
STEM students showed up in droves at Career Services Computing and Engineering Fair in Hargreaves Hall Reading Room. The echo of collective networking bounced off the marble walls and created a literal buzz of excitement. Some students simply passed through, getting a feel for employers and their internship process. Other students dressed for success in […]
Washington State Chinese Lantern Festival lights up Spokane
The arrival of The Washington State Chinese Lantern Festival marked Riverfront Park’s biggest event since the World’s Fair was in Spokane in 1974. It was the first Chinese lantern festival ever held in the United States. A team from Sichuan Province in Southwest China spent two months constructing and hand-painting the thousands of illuminated fabric sculptures. […]
EWU’s newest arts event: SpoYo
Arts and literature are everywhere at EWU, and EWU leads the region in supporting artists and writers. As a student you have a chance to attend and support nationally recognized events like Get Lit! and the Spokane International Film Festival. You can even listen to some of your professors on Public Radio. On a sunny Saturday fall morning this […]
The art scene in Spokane: Terrain 8
For the past 8 years, the nonprofit Terrain organization has hosted their hugely popular interactive art events in funky locations around Spokane. This October was the biggest yet: over 8,000 people visited throughout the single night event. And as you might expect, EWU students and faculty could be found nearly everywhere. Terrain showcased 300 works […]
EWU Rocketry Club
EWU's Rocketry Club recently placed third in a global competition. Hear one student's story about their experience as a club member.
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