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Windfall Cider Fest

Windfall Cider Fest

Mary Park, Scene Editor

October 9, 2019

Sweet, fruity, dry, tart, hoppy, herbal: whether you’re a beer drinker or a wine drinker, there’s a cider for everyone. On Oct. 6, locals and visitors from all over Washington and other neighboring states like Oregon, Montana and Idaho gathered for the Windfall Cider Fest, united by their love f...

Graphic designers made you look

Graphic designers made you look

Mary Park, Scene Editor

October 9, 2019

On Oct. 3, Sarah Spurgeon Gallery in Randall Hall opened an exhibit. The Poster Show features the works of 15 nationally and internationally known graphic designers and design educators. Curated by David Bieloh, an associate professor of graphic design, the posters are works done by Bieloh’s former men...

CWU student Ruby Nambo gets published

CWU student Ruby Nambo gets published

Cassandra Hays, Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2019

Ruby Nambo, a first-generation college student majoring in English education, will have her poetry published in the fall 2019 edition of the “New Directions for Student Leadership” literary journal.  She is the only undergraduate to have her poetry featured in this edition of the journal. Nambo g...

Ano Delivery makes food delivery easy

Ano Delivery makes food delivery easy

Jackson McMurray, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2019

Ano Delivery is a local business started by two CWU students, Dante Palmisano and Juan Zamorano, whose last names both end with “ano.” Through their website, anodelivery.com, customers can order food from any restaurant in Ellensburg and have it delivered to their door for a fee which can be as ...

Last Month to Attend the Farmers Market

Amy Morris, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2019

The Ellensburg Farmers Market is an event that brings the community together. As the leaves start to turn shades of orange, red and yellow, the weather changes as well. October is the last month to visit the farmers’ market this year and soak up the sun. The farmers’ market occurs every Saturday ...

Ellensburg film festival to showcase diverse films

Cassandra Hays, Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2019

The 15th annual Ellensburg Film Festival is returning to Ellensburg from October 4-6. According to Ginny Ann Blackson, who is on the board of directors for the Ellensburg Film Festival, over 26 films will be shown over the course of three days at three different venues: McConnell Theatre, The Kittit...

Wildcat Neighborhood kicks off fall

Wildcat Neighborhood kicks off fall

Mary Park, Scene Editor

October 2, 2019

This summer, food grew right out of CWU’s backyard and was served on plates, fresh as a farm-to-table meal can be. At Wildcat Neighborhood Farm, located on East Dean Nicholson Boulevard across from Student Village, loads of crops sprouted from the once-empty ground.  After starting its pilot sea...

Protect yourself from seasonal blues

Mary Park, Scene Editor

October 2, 2019

It’s exciting to be on campus after summer break, meeting old and new friends and going to welcome events. But fall quarter can also bring another set of emotions for some people.  As we roll into shorter and overcast days, people may experience low energy, changes in appetite and sleeping pat...

True to the brew

True to the brew

Cassandra Hays, Scene Editor

May 31, 2019

Eastern Washington is known for its vast fields of hops, variety of craft breweries and unique types of beer. With new breweries popping up left and right, CWU’s Craft Brewing Program has created the opportunity for students to break into the growing industry of craft brewing. CWU is currently the...

WorldCat Institute welcomes international students

WorldCat Institute welcomes international students

Austin Lane, Staff Reporter

May 29, 2019

The CWU WorldCats Institute is a short-term academic and cultural experience program at CWU. CWU Worldcats welcomes international students to come to CWU for one to six weeks and participate in English language training, activities and weekend excursions. The program is scheduled for July and August...

‘Fuego’ fashion to be showcased

‘Fuego’ fashion to be showcased

Mary Park, Staff Reporter

May 29, 2019

Whether you follow the most recent trends, throw on whatever is not in the laundry basket or you just really enjoyed watching “The Devil Wears Prada,” fashion is something we all deal with every day. However, something people might not think about is the amount of work that goes into producing a...

Jazz in the Valley: The high note of Ellensburg’s summer

Jazz in the Valley: The high note of Ellensburg’s summer

Sean Quinn, Staff Reporter

May 29, 2019

For many years, Sasquatch was seen by some as the dominant music festival in Eastern Washington as the summer season rolled into action. Thousands of attendees graced the fields of the Gorge Amphitheater for the multigenre collection of musicians. With Sasquatch no longer held, the number of music festi...

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