Biology Club slithers to Boo Central

Kala Tye, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2014

Filed under Features, Scene

Biology Club President Sabah Shrinzada and Vice President Andrew Mason are trying to bring something different to the children attending Boo Central this year: an interest in biology. Boo Central is a Halloween event, where... Read more »

Gaming writer finds path to CWU

Kala Tye, Staff Reporter

October 24, 2014

Filed under Features, Profiles, Scene

Adam Meyers, a new ballroom dance  instructor at Central, is also a writer for a popular tabletop game Pathfinder, a game that was based on Dungeons and Dragons. Meyers is the founder of the company Drop Dead Games which writes... Read more »

Getting in touch with A New You

Cassidy Warness, Staff Reporter

October 24, 2014

Filed under Features, Scene

Having struggled with chronic pain and anxiety for years, Jaquelyn Ruth understands the negative physical effects that stress has on the body. Ruth has now found a place of peace and comfort after the recent opening of A New... Read more »

The financial truth of partying

Rashay Reading, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2014

Filed under News, Student Life

It is difficult to walk near the Central campus on a weekend and not hear the sounds of students throwing parties. And although two-thirds of Central students choose to take part in festivities, it is less frequent than people... Read more »

Gamers gather for League of Legends championship

Maria Harr, Assistant Scene Editor

October 23, 2014

Filed under Features, Scene

The lights go down and there’s a palpable change in the air as the video stream comes up. Sound begins to play and cheers go up from the crowd of watchers. Excitement begins to build as the commentators describe the two teams... Read more »

Orchestra takes CWU to the movies

Morgan Green, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2014

Filed under Music, Scene

For the annual Halloween Pops Concert, the Central Symphony Orchestra is celebrating the musical talents of Oscar-winning composer, John Williams. John Williams is a famous composer known for producing memorable scores for... Read more »

Welcome to the freak show

Camille Borodey, Scene Editor

October 21, 2014

Filed under Scene

On Oct. 8, the fourth season of the twisted anthology series “American Horror Story” (AHS) premiered on FX. Since AHS is considered a mini series, each season is a different storyline with different characters, but many of... Read more »

Historical Hauntings: Haunting Ellensburg Now

Nicole Huson, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2014

Filed under Features, Scene

Ellensburg just got a little scarier with its chilling new attraction, the Haunting Ellensburg haunted house. Haunting Ellensburg takes place at the Kittitas County Fairgrounds every Friday and Saturday, and it opened on Oct.... Read more »

From grapes to glass: Ellensburg WineWorks

Morgan Green, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2014

Filed under Features, Scene

The Pacific Northwest has always been an area that has enjoyed unique and flavorful wine and beer; the Ellensburg community is no different. Ellensburg local Gordon Wollen first opened Ellensburg WineWorks in 2006, where it... Read more »

Mr. and Ms. Central crowned

Nicole Huson, Staff Reporter

October 15, 2014

Filed under Scene, Student Life

Mr. and Ms. Central   Central students rocked it Tuesday night at the Mr. and Ms. Central competition. Students representing the various residence halls around campus put on amazing performances to... Read more »

Cornerstone Pie celebrates one year

Camille Borodey, Scene Editor

October 14, 2014

Filed under Ellensburg, News, Restaurants

On Saturday Oct. 18, Cornerstone Pie will be celebrating their one-year anniversary, and the whole town of Ellensburg is invited to celebrate. Located on the corner of 5th... Read more »