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A new kind of trick

A new kind of trick

March 9, 2017

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...

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Trombone Club

March 3, 2017

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...

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Monkey’s journey to the West begins at CWU

February 26, 2017

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...

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Mad Chad

February 16, 2017

Last Friday, Feb. 10, CWU students were treated to another celebrity performance during Campus Activities’ “CWU Up-Late” event series. The SURC Ballroom was taken over by Mad Chad Taylor, a juggler...

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Mad Chad

February 9, 2017

All comedic performances include jokes and witty banter but very few include flying chainsaws and death-defying stunts. Mad Chad Taylor, a performer who incorporates chainsaw juggling into his comedy set...

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Enter a world of adventure

Enter a world of adventure

February 2, 2017

Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) club is an up-and-coming group at CWU. Only having a few meetings within the last few months, the club has experienced a large turn-out. Meeting in Black Hall, attendees...

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How to survive winter in the 'Burg

How to survive winter in the ‘Burg

January 26, 2017

Winter isn’t coming, it’s here. Getting up for class can be a struggle, since the walk to class will probably be cold and possibly slippery. Although winter will be around for several more weeks, there...

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Artist creates a visual world of art

Artist creates a visual world of art

January 23, 2017

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...

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Beau Kelderhouse