Archive for May, 2014

Barto RA, Cody Taylor, gathers students with Magic: The Gathering

BY Cody Bradford Staff Reporter   Cody Taylor sits at one end of the table shuffling his deck, observing his opponent’s next move. The competition goes on the offensive only to be stopped in his tracks when a single card drops onto the table and blunts the assault against Cody’s defenses. Once he starts his […]

CWU Feminist Club restructures to cement place on campus

  BY Houston Carr Staff Reporter   The CWU Feminist club’s goal this year is to get re-organized and become more recognized as a campus organization.  With the old president stepping down and Ellisa Griffin taking her place after just being a member for one quarter, there is a lot to do. “I’d been something […]

Opinion: Crazy in love… not so much

BY Collin Dysart Assistant Scene Editor   And just like that it all came crashing down. I’m not entirely sure when, but at some point Beyonce Knowles stopped being a pop star and became an invincible creature; a gift bestowed upon us mere mortals. That is until the morning of May 12. What was celebrity […]

Wildcat spring football defense dominates

BY DILLON SAND Staff Reporter   The next era of Central Washington University started last Saturday as head coach Ian Shoemaker got his first taste of coaching the Wildcats during the annual spring game. The spring football game was played last Saturday with the White team defense defeating the Crimson team offense 37-14 in front […]

Central students take to the rivers as the weather heats up

BY Chandler St. Louis Staff Reporter   Have you ever had an idea for an outdoor trip but haven’t quite been able to make it happen? Bring your ideas into Outdoor Pursuits and Rentals (OPR), and they can make your adventure dreams happen. The OPR, located on the east side of the SURC, offers many […]

Brandon Williams, GNAC Pitcher of the Year

BY Spencer Hansen Staff Reporter   Who is Brandon Williams you might ask? Quite possibly the newest “big man on campus” at Central. Last week, Williams secured his name in Central athletic royalty by finishing off his junior season with a shutout win at the GNAC tournament and was named the GNAC Pitcher of the […]

Rollergirls smash Derby Dames 206-85

BY DONNIE SANTOS Staff Reporter   The local Roller Derby team, the Rodeo City Rollergirls, mean one thing: business. If anyone has never been to a roller derby bout, it is an experience of mental strategy, physical toughness and intense competition. Jammers try to break through blockers to score points for their team. This is […]

New financial management at Central

BY Aaron Kunkler Staff Reporter   Central will be starting a new system of financial management this summer, involving the redistribution of college and department funds to cover budget shortfalls. This has sparked concern from faculty about forcing colleges to compete for students. In the past, funds raised by the university during the school year […]

Green Dot aims for campus safety

BY Colt Sweetland Assistant News Editor   Central’s Green Dot program, which is run by the Wellness Center on campus, is their primary risk prevention program. The Green Dot program is a copyrighted program that was adopted by Central during fall quarter of 2009. Andrea Easlick, assistant director and sexual assault response coordinator at the […]