by JULIA MARTINEZ, staff reporter Last Wednesday night at the 16th Annual Evening of Recognition, 33 students, staff and faculty were recognized for their contributions to the university and were presented with awards.
Archive for May, 2013
By ADAM WILSON, staff reporter The Department of Labor recently released unemployment rates for the month of April indicating that students graduating this spring are looking at 7 percent unemployment in Washington and 7.5 percent unemployment nationwide.
By ALYSSA FOLAND, staff reporter No felines were harmed in the making of this article, but the catwalk is back for Central Washington Universities’ annual fashion show on June 1. Hippie vibes will fly as the student designers send their fashions down the Wanderlust-themed stage.
By CHLOE RAMBERG, staff reporter How far would you go to pay back your student loans? Graduating seniors at Central Washington University are about to enter the real world, with a whole lot of debt under their belt.
By MARGAUX MASSEY, staff reporter A student custodian walks into an apartment and finds a mannequin sitting on the bed watching him. This isn’t a joke, there isn’t a punch line, and it’s not even a scary story. It happened to Martin Sanchez, a public health major and one of the three graduating seniors who […]
By CHLOE RAMBERG, staff reporter Imagine a college life, or any life for that matter, without coffee. Coffee gives that extra boost to survive throughout the day, and Central Washington University will be saying goodbye to some of its graduating Cat Trax baristas.
By SAMUEL CATHCART, staff reporter The Central Washington University Wakeboarding team brought home its first national title over the Memorial Day weekend. The 2013 USA Collegiate Wakeboard Nationals Finals were held at Riverview Park in Shreveport, LA.
By JOE COLUCCIO, staff reporter The Wildcats are coming off an impressive 2012 season where they accumulated in a 21-8 record, and an appearance in the NCAA Division II Volleyball Tournament where they were ousted in a heartbreaking 3-2 match against California State San Bernadino.
By JOE COLUCCIO, staff reporter The Central women’s soccer team is bleeding confidence. A late season formation change, coupled with a strong tournament showing this spring, have the Wildcats eager to start the season.