Planes on Paper lands at CWU

Planes on Paper lands at CWU

Daisy Perez, Scene Reporter
March 9
Filed under Arts, Events, Scene, Showcase

With finals week quickly approaching, students seem to be caught up in the stress of exams, research papers and projects, as many students know, this is the time to stay awake with cups of caffeine to assist them in their all-nighters. The SURC is always packed with students in long lines waiting to...

Ask Dr. H

Dr. H, Column Writer
March 9
Filed under Community, Dr H, Scene, Showcase

Dear Dr. H, What percentage of massages lead to having sex? Dear student, I scoured scholarly literature and cannot seem to find any empirical data on such a topic. Post-massage sex is probably most likely in the scenario where said massage is performed by your romantic interest or partner, but i...

King of Cooks

King of Cooks

Jon Olsen-Koziol, Staff Writer
March 9
Filed under CWU, Feature, Local, News, Photo, Showcase, Uncategorized

Ahmed El Kabouss walks through the sliding glass doors of Safeway to the customer service counter. He’s a slender, well-kept man of Moroccan descent. He has bushy eyebrows, and his thick head of hair is grey and silver. Once a month, he comes here to send money via Western Union home to his “family”...

International Cafe

International Cafe

Tim Mitchell, Scene Reporter
March 9
Filed under Community, Events, Scene, Showcase, Uncategorized

The sound of different languages filled SURC 137 as students, faculty and community members alike joined the Saudi Student Association for International Café, an afternoon event of drinks, treats and activities to connect people of all languages. International Café is unique in that every meeting ...

A new kind of trick

A new kind of trick

Beau Kelderhouse, Scene Reporter
March 9
Filed under Events, Scene, Showcase, Uncategorized

The end of each quarter seems to be stressful for most students. With piled on homework assignments, projects and tests, add finals to the mix and that can push some to the breaking point. The Brooks Library aims to help students relax and enjoy finals week with Paws and Relax. This event is an opp...

Faith and family

Lindsey Powers, Scene Senior Reporter
March 3
Filed under Community, Scene, Showcase

Take a look at Bobby Hanks roaming the CWU campus on his way to classes and you will notice two very important things about him: the ring on his left finger and the cross around his neck. With his average height, muscular build, blonde hair and eyes that twinkle a light blue, one might think they have...

Ask Dr. H

Dr. H, Column Writer
March 3
Filed under Dr H, Scene, Showcase

Dear D. H, What if I pass out after sex? Dear student, Hm… is this a hypothetical question, like, you have, in fact, never actually passed out after sex, but you worry that you might? Or, is this to say you do, in fact, actually pass out after sex and you’re wondering if that is a pro...

2017 Grammys and Oscars in review

Lindsey Powers, Scene Senior Reporter
March 3
Filed under Arts, Events, Scene, Showcase

The 2017 Oscars and Grammys were unquestionably two of the most memorable in years. With performance snafus and mis-awarded contestants, one could not help but feel like they were watching an episode of “The Bachelor” instead of two incredibly prestigious awards shows. The 2017 Grammys were hosted by James Corden...

Trombone Club

Beau Kelderhouse, Scene Writer
March 3
Filed under Community, Scene, Showcase

CWU Music Department’s Trombone Club provides student musicians with a place to practice, perform and hone their skills for the future. The club, also known as Trombone Choir, also performs on campus several times throughout the year. On Feb. 26 the Trombone Club performed in the Concert Hall of th...

Shared leave program helps CWU employees

Shared leave program helps CWU employees

Xander Fu, Staff Reporter
March 1
Filed under CWU, News, Showcase

For Janet Campbell, customer service specialist at the CWU Financial Aid office, her diagnosis of breast cancer in October 2016 took her by surprise. “I’m super healthy. I donated a kidney three years ago because I was so healthy,” Campbell said. Her discovery has since impacted how much...

Cartoons and Community

Cartoons and Community

Daisy Perez, Scene Reporter
February 26
Filed under Community, Scene, Showcase

Xander Fu                 Students were comfortably seated in the purple seats of Black Hall. Some of them ate SURC chicken and fries, burgers, and pasta. They all laughed and joked as Jason Dixon, president of the Namakemono Anime Club,...

Monkey’s journey to the West begins at CWU

Beau Kelderhouse, Scene Reporter
February 26
Filed under Arts, Events, Scene, Showcase

An adaptation of Wu Chengen’s 16th century novel “Journey to the West” is the final theatre winter quarter production for the CWU department. “Monkey: His Magic Journey to the West” follows the character Monkey on his spiritual and humorous journey from India to China. The adventure of “Monkey”...

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