A romp into Marvel’s newest movie: Dr Strange

Jacob Quinn, Scene Writer
November 17, 2016
Filed under Community, Lifestyle, Scene

I love the Marvel movies. I’m the guy who read all the comics growing up (Hell, I still read them now). I watched all the cartoons and when the first marvel X-Men came out years ago, it was my heaven on earth. In other words, I’m biased. However, Dr. Strange is truly another great entry in the line...

Parade of Nations postponed until winter quarter

Will Schorno, Scene Writer
November 17, 2016
Filed under Events, Scene

The 11th annual Parade of Nations organized by CWU’s Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ), originally set to be tonight, Nov. 17th, has been rescheduled to Feb. 2017. “We pushed it out because there is such a high number of new freshmen and things like that," Cruz Corez, one of the two...

The show is about to begin

Lindsey Powers, Scene Writer
November 17, 2016
Filed under Arts, Events, Scene

This year, the Red Curtain Revue has a variety of genres being represented —rock, jazz, classical and pop— all squeezed into a two-hour show. CWU’s Red Curtain Revue is an annual theatre performance that features a collection of solo pieces and group numbers from various productions to showcase ...

Come explore gray matter

Come explore gray matter

Jacob Quinn, Staff Writer
November 10, 2016
Filed under Community, Scene

CWU's Psychology Club teaches students about the mysteries of the brain

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Harvest Fest run burns off pre-turkey feast calories

Lindsey Powers, Staff Writer
November 10, 2016
Filed under Community, Events, Scene, Uncategorized

This week, CWU student media will be hosting the Harvest 5K. The purpose of the event is to raise money for Pulse magazine and Observer members to attend additional trainings and conferences. Tara Long, CWU’s Student Media Business Manager, explained, “We wanted to offer something a bit different,...

CWU celebrates diversity

CWU celebrates diversity

Will Schorno, Staff Writer
November 10, 2016
Filed under Events, Scene, Uncategorized

Join the Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ) as they celebrate the 9th annual Parade of Nations on Nov. 17 in the SURC Ballroom. The Parade of Nations is a personified celebration of diversity across the globe. This free event is a running reminder of how CWU’s diverse student body uses...

Day of the Dead

Jacob Quinn, Scene Writer
November 4, 2016
Filed under Events, Scene

On Nov. 4, CWU will celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), a traditional Hispanic holiday that honors loved ones who have passed away. According to Wikipedia, Dia de los Muertos is practiced throughout Mexico, especially in the central and southern regions. Wikipedia also explained that scholars...

Resonate Church

Lindsey Powers, Scene Writer
November 4, 2016
Filed under Community, Scene

Resonate is a Christian organization that was founded at Washington State University in 2007 by a group of Texans who moved up to Washington in the hope of starting a collegiate church.  The gang was successful and it was there Jacob Dahl, now one of the Ellensburg Resonate leaders, first got introduced t...

Gruesome Playground Injuries

Will Schorno, Scene Writer
November 4, 2016
Filed under Arts, Events, Scene, Uncategorized

Student performance explores the idea of what it means to be human

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Dr. H

DR. H, Column Writer
November 4, 2016
Filed under Lifestyle, Scene

Dear Dr. H, If my body cannot tolerate birth control ( [it] causes hormone imbalance and heavy bleeding daily) and my doctor wants to re-try and keep me on birth control, should I continue to be the guinea pig or should I stop treatment? Help! Dear Student, Yes, by all means, stop taking t...

One big happy family

Sarah Quartararo, Scene Writer
November 4, 2016
Filed under Community, Scene, Uncategorized

In addition to running the Residence Life (Reslife) office with scientific precision and order, Anna Cairns has another talent: finding a family wherever she goes. Cairns was born in Seoul, South Korea, and grew up in Yakima before moving to Seattle and, later, Ellensburg. She was brought to the U...

Smiles make the world go ’round

Smiles make the world go ’round

Jacob Quinn, Staff Writer
October 13, 2016
Filed under Community, Scene, Uncategorized

Brandli and Briane Pauley had a mutual epiphany. In the spring of their sophomore year, the former students took a class with the (now) associate dean of the school of graduate studies and research, Natalie Lupton Ph.D., titled “What Is Happiness?” Blown away by the class, they decided to create...

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