Archive for April, 2013

Music students shine in senior recitals

By CONNIE MORGAN, staff reporter Wednesday night, Shanauan Green started the spring season with a percussion recital in order to achieve these graduation standards.

Dennis Francois to replace Jack Bishop as CWU athletic director

By EVAN THOMPSON, sports editor Collaboration and integration  are the keys to unlocking the full potential of Central Washington athletics, according to freshly  minted Athletic Director Dennis Francois.

Tayler’ed for success

  By JOE COLUCCIO, staff reporter   Hospitality was not on the menu for GNAC rivals, as conference foes came flooding into Tomlinson Stadium for the Spike Arlt Invitational.

OPR offers longboard slalom and seven northwest vendors

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By SAMUEL CATHCART, staff reporter   Outdoor Pursuits and Rentals held its seventh annual Spring Symposium last Thursday to celebrate the arrival of spring outdoor activities.

Semifinals are next for CWU men’s rugby

By DANIEL SOLTERO, staff reporter It wasn’t just another regular season match. And it certainly wasn’t a standard road game. There wasn’t a game winning drive at the end of the match nor was there any specific play that stood out from the rest.

Central softball says goodbye to seniors

By SARAH RUIZ, Staff Reporter The Wildcats could feel the momentum rising when they hit their tempo. It was Senior Day and the second game in their doubleheader against Montana State University Billings on Saturday.

Get to know the students up for election

By MATTHEW THOMAS and EVAN PAPPAS, staff reporters   VP for Academic Affairs:  Jessica Murillo When Jessica Murillo flipped through her high school annual in her senior year she was hurt to find that a misprint had accredited her leading role in Inspecting Carol to her understudy.

Chimps future hangs on ethical decision

By PATIENCE COLLIER, staff reporter The welfare of the remaining chimpanzees at the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute has been a tense issue since last November, when the death of one chimpanzee, Dar, brought the group number too low for the animals’ social well being.

Student collects shoes from the “sole”

By SAMANTHA MONTEREY, staff reporter Natasha Borromeo, senior mathematics major and international public relations director for Playing for Kickz, will be collecting gently worn tennis shoes for underprivileged children in the Philippines.