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EWU AD Bill Chaves in Studio to Kick Off "Eagle Week"

Eastern Washington University Athletics Director Bill Chaves joined John Collett in the SWX Studio as the guest anchor on SWX Tonight last night, April 21, and also gave us a one-on-one to kick off "Eagle Week."

The above videos are of Collett's one-on-one interview with Chaves and the EWU AD doing the weather with Leslie Lowe. 

The Eagles Athletics Department will be hosting a week long list of visits and talks with local schools and will be highlighted by the 33rd annual Killin Dinner, Dance and Auction on Friday, April 26, and will culminate with the Red and White Spring Football Game live on SWX this Saturday, April 27, at Roos Field in Cheney, Wash. at 2:00 p.m.

For more on "Eagle Week" and its festivities click here: http://bit.ly/1kYKorm

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