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Stories by author "Anna Greiner-Shelton": 5

Built in 1968, Streeter Hall was the first co-ed residence hall on campus. This was done to provide a new atmosphere of campus living. Though the hall was co-ed, men and women lived in different sections of the hall, with women occupying the north…

This building at 405 First Street that now houses Bill's Tavern was built in 1902. Before this structure was erected, this spot was previously the site of a wooden building that housed a general merchandise store. Built in an L-shaped configuration,…

You are now facing the University House, where the presidents of Eastern Washington University reside. Also referred to as the President's house, this building is on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of six original campus…

You are currently facing the Independent Order of Odd Fellows building, one of only four surviving two story brick commercial buildings in Cheney. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990, this building was erected in 1904. In…

On this spot, bordered by Eleventh and Cedar Streets, stands Eastern Washington University's newest residence hall, snyamncut. This location used to serve as a parking lot for residents of Streeter, Morrison, and Louis Anderson Halls, but on April 2,…

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