Rock Against Rape

Rock Against Rape

Daisy Perez, Scene Senior Reporter
April 24, 2017
Filed under Community, Events, Scene, Showcase

The 9th annual Rock Against Rape will feature the local rock band, COBRAHAWK. The band wants to help spread the Wellness Center’s message: That sexual assault prevention and additional resources that are available for sexual assault victims, as well as their family and friends. COBRAHAWK will perform at the eve...

Salmon Run

Ben Ramirez, Scene Writer
April 21, 2017
Filed under Events, Scene

With Earth Day fast approaching, the Museum of Culture and Environment is preparing for their 5th annual Earth Day Family Festival and Salmon Run. At 9 a.m. on April 22, the festivities will begin outside of Dean Hall and will feature a variety of activities, including a 5K, a 10K, a Small Fry Kid’...

Ask Dr. H

Dr. H, Column Writer
April 20, 2017
Filed under Dr H, Scene

Dear Dr. H., Is douching healthy? Dear Student, No, student, douching is not healthy. Although Center for Disease Control (CDC) research finds that nearly 1 in 4 women in the U.S. douche, most doctors strongly recommend against it. “Douche” simply means to wash; women use douches to ...

Drink up

Drink up

Miranda Cunningham, Scene Reporter
April 20, 2017
Filed under Community, Events, Scene, Showcase

On Thursday, April 20 Bruce’s Place, located in Ellensburg Pasta Co on Main Street, will be hosting a fundraising event, CraftED Kittitas County, for the CWU’s craft brewing program. The event will begin at 5 p.m. and continue until closing at 9 p.m. Four local breweries will be supplying for the ev...

Don’t “waste” your time

Don’t “waste” your time

April Porter, Scene Reporter
April 20, 2017
Filed under Community, Events, Scene

Earth Day is about taking one day out of the year in celebration of our planet; doing what we can to care for our planet and keep it healthy. The day before Earth Day, April 21, the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE) will host an event to help young students learn how to be environmentally fr...

Bow……and Commence

Bow……and Commence

Alex Palacios, Scene Reporter
April 20, 2017
Filed under Community, Lifestyle, Scene

Stress and college often go hand-in-hand, as students face like heavy homework loads, tuition and busy schedules. An essential part of a successful college career is knowing how to release that stress through a safe, healthy outlet. Omar Freemire, a senior aviation management major, recognized th...

A whole new crust

A whole new crust

Susie Chavez, Scene Reporter
April 20, 2017
Filed under Community, Scene

When thinking about the experience of eating pizza, what comes to mind is a cheesy, saucy, garlicky, slice of pizza. But when you take the first bite, the pizza crust will either make or break the pizza. For example, the pizza at the SURC before they changed to a new pizza crust. In 2006, when the new SU...

“Spectrum”

“Spectrum”

Miranda Cunningham, Scene Reporter
April 13, 2017
Filed under Arts, Scene

Xander Fu The Sarah Spurgeon Gallery is hosting a photography exhibit titled “Spectrum” from April 6 through 30. The exhibit features photos from Tommy Nease, a 24-year-old who works for the forest service in Roslyn, Washington. Nease is being featured in the Sarah Spurgeon Gallery because of an a...

Ask Dr. H

Dr. H, Column Writer
April 13, 2017
Filed under Dr H, Scene

Do you need to use lube if something is wrong? Dear student, Many people use lube during sex and it’s not necessarily a case where something is wrong with the people involved or the sex they are having. Lube can heighten the sensation of coupled sex and masturbation. It can also make sex safer b...

Star-gazing

Star-gazing

Daisy Perez, Scene Senior Reporter
April 13, 2017
Filed under Community, Scene

Jack Lambert In the planetarium, located in the Science II building, students sat in black theatre chairs. The Astronomy Club President Jeff Carter and Vice President Mike Brice, sat at the front of the black, round room. Their voices echoed throughout the room as they spoke about upcoming events. ...

A stellar exhibit

A stellar exhibit

April Porter, Scene Reporter
April 13, 2017
Filed under Community, Events, Scene

Xander Fu Long translucent cloth decorated with pieces of the galaxy stretch from the ceiling to the floor in the CWU Museum of Culture and Environment. Behind the sheets, pictures of the Helix Nebula, Twin Jet and many other photos of space are displayed on the walls. A telescope faces the upper part of th...

Heading to the top

Heading to the top

Ben Ramirez, Scene Reporter
April 13, 2017
Filed under Community, Scene

Xander Fu The CWU climbing wall stands 50 feet tall, covered in colorful handholds and frequently has a climber celebrating at the top.  Every Sunday from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. the wall is taken over by local kids learning how to climb at Kids Rock, a kids climbing session hosted by CWU. Children ages six and up...

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