Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies announces a post-election webinar series on how white supremacy played a role in the 2020 election.
We are now just a week away from what is already shaping up to be an historic Election Day on Nov. 3. Within our families, throughout our communities, and across various media platforms, our experiment in democracy is being put into practice as we actively debate and discuss our collective future.
The Associated Press is once again partnering with EWU, the Journalism Program, and ASEWU to hire up to 300 students to work as vote entry clerks for the Nov. 3 General Election.
While many of us were slow to warm up to the early-season storm, a member of the Geology Department faculty saw a great opportunity for a mini lecture as he watched the snow and ice pile up outside the science building.
PLUS peer facilitators, tutors and academic coaches are here to help students succeed in their courses—in the classroom and online. Also, PLUS services are free to all enrolled EWU students.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion invites you to attend the first Campus and Community Diversity Summit. The virtual event is scheduled from noon-3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 10.