An evening with the pros

Tim Mitchell, Staff Writer
January 26, 2017
Filed under Arts, Events, Scene, Showcase

CWU’s music department often hosts concerts for professional musicians so that music students can experience what it is like to perform professionally and other concert-goers can experience different forms of music. Feb. 1 is the date of the next concert and it will showcase the stylings of Seattle...

In a galaxy far far away

In a galaxy far far away

January 25, 2017
Filed under Community, Events, Scene, Showcase

Culture, privilege, love and honor are all topics that will be discussed during the Rogues and Heroes seminar this week. Hosted by the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, the panel will consist of  Physics Professor Bruce Palmquist, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Phi...

Ask Dr. H

Ask Dr. H

Dr. H, Column Writer
January 23, 2017
Filed under Dr H, Scene, Showcase

Dear Dr. H,   I recently experienced my first one night stand. This is something that I’m not used to and I had a problem with not being able to orgasm. How often do you think this is a problem and do you have any ways to fix it?   Unfortunately, not everyone has an orgasm each...

Meditation and Relaxation

January 23, 2017
Filed under Community, Events, Scene, Showcase

Doctoral Intern at the Student Medical and Counseling Center (SMACC), Sarah Eckstein sits in a tall green and brown flower-patterned chair, soothingly reciting the words to a body scan exercise.  Her long, straight, red hair lays on her dark green sweater as her chest slowly rises and falls. “I’m...

MLK weekend at CWU

MLK weekend at CWU

Tim Mitchell, Staff Writer
January 23, 2017
Filed under Community, Events, Scene

Jack_Lambert The spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was felt throughout the CWU campus last week as attendees gathered together to honor the late civil rights leader. Community members, faculty and students hosted events, such as the 8th MLK March and Remembrance Program. King’s passion, vision and relentless belief in equality were refl...

Silver Wings takes flight

Silver Wings takes flight

Lindsey Powers, Staff Writer
January 23, 2017
Filed under Community, Scene, Showcase, Uncategorized

Silver Wings is a national community service and personal development organization that is reopening a chapter at CWU.  The CWU James Kelly Chapter is looking to get officially recognized and gain new members. Megan Griffin, a Spanish education major, is one of the Silver Wing members looking for recruits. Even...

Artist creates a visual world of art

Artist creates a visual world of art

Beau Kelderhouse, Staff Writer
January 23, 2017
Filed under Arts, Scene, Showcase

Elizabeth Weddle Mastering just one artistic medium can take a lifetime, but some artists like to go the extra mile and incorporate other media into their repertoires. Nathan Dipietro, a Seattle-based artist, is visiting his alma mater to showcase his solo exhibit, “The Space Between Two Points,” in CWU...

CWU theatre community unites to shine a light on inauguration

CWU theatre community unites to shine a light on inauguration

McKenzie Lakey, Editor-in-Chief
January 20, 2017
Filed under Arts, Community, CWU, Events, Local, National/Worldwide, News, Photo, Scene, Showcase, Student Life, Uncategorized

Not long after darkness fell over campus on the eve of the inauguration, more than 50 Ellensburg community members and CWU theater students peacefully gathered on the front steps of McConnell Hall. With less than a day to prepare, students, faculty and Ellensburg community members set the stage for the "G...

CWU at the movies

Sarah Hoot, Scene Editor
January 16, 2017
Filed under Community, Events, Scene

"Kubo and the Two Strings" — Jan. 23 From the studio that brought the world “Coraline” and the “Boxtrolls” comes a new stop-motion feature film, “Kubo and the Two Strings.” Set in Ancient Japan the story follows Kubo (Art Parkinson), a young musician with one eye, as he searches for h...

Ask Dr. H

Dr. H, Column Writer
January 16, 2017
Filed under Dr H, Scene

My boyfriend and I have been experimenting with fingering instead of having sex. I want to make sure that I am being safe and I am not at risk for anything. Am I? Dear Student, Mutual masturbation is a great, low-risk, sexual activity to explore with your partner. So often, young people – or p...

The one-man show stopper

The one-man show stopper

Lindsey Powers, Staff Writer
January 16, 2017
Filed under Events, Scene

By speaking freely on stage about the type of men that find him attractive, and the struggles of being “the perfect combination of boy and man,” spoken word poet Regie Cabico, who will perform Jan. 31, creates his own unique performance style. Cabico perfected his craft by going to open mic nights...

Don’t be a Grinch

Don’t be a Grinch

Will Schorno, Staff Reporter
November 21, 2016
Filed under Community, Scene

  The Giving Tree is erected once again to make the Christmas wishes of hundreds of local kids come true for its 19th year. The Giving Tree is located in the middle of the SURC right before the entrance to the Marketplace. To take part in the giving, simply grab one of the dozens of wish ...

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