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(Left to Right) Cynthia Coe, Michael Hundley, Samuel Stanmour, Barton Hasz

Philosophy club hosts Existence of the Divine panel

November 24, 2021

“The question of God's existence has both longstanding argumentation and prevalence throughout history,” Philosophy and Religious Studies Club President Samuel Stanmour said opening the Existence of...

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CWU Honors Transgender Day of Reembrace

CWU Honors Transgender Day of Reembrace

November 24, 2021

Students and staff gathered outside of the Brooks Library Nov. 20 for a candlelight vigil to honor Transgender Day of Remembrance: a day that memorializes those lost to anti-trans violence. The event was...

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Timothee Chalamet as Paul Atriedes and Rebecca Ferguson as Lady Jessica (Taken from https://decider.com/2021/09/17/dune-hbo-max-release-date/)

‘Dune’ 2021: Villeneuve succeeds where Lynch failed

November 18, 2021

Over quarantine I finally got around to reading my weathered copy of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi classic “Dune.” While the novel is long with very slow pacing at times, I was nonetheless captivated by...

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Study abroad to resume January 2022

Study abroad to resume January 2022

November 15, 2021

The Office of International Studies and Programs (OISP) has announced the resumption of study abroad programs in January 2022. The OISP hopes to educate students about opportunities for studying abroad...

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“LGBTQ2IA+ teach-in” educated community on inclusivity and issues surrounding it

“LGBTQ2IA+ teach-in” educated community on inclusivity and issues surrounding it

November 9, 2021

Faculty, students and community members came together Monday night for an LGBTQ2IA+ teach-in in front of the Brooks Library. This teach-in was an action taken by the library in response to a vandalism...

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“LGBTQ2IA+ teach-in” to be held at Brooks Library in light of recent events

November 8, 2021

A “LGBTQ2IA+ teach-in” will be held Monday Nov. 8 outside of the Brooks Library called “Queering the Space” to educate the community about various issues and to address recent incidents of hate...

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Tech CEO Delivers AI Lecture

Tech CEO Delivers AI Lecture

November 4, 2021

CEO of Know Labs Phil Bosua delivered the final lecture of a series titled, “AI: The Future is Now,” supported by the Douglas Honors College. Held in-person at Heebler Hall on Oct. 27, the lecture...

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ASCWU addresses vandalism at Brooks Library and sneak peek at the Health Science building

ASCWU addresses vandalism at Brooks Library and sneak peek at the Health Science building

November 4, 2021

The ASCWU met in the SURC pit on Monday to discuss prior and upcoming student events.Director of Student Life and Facilities Alejandra Cruz-Martinez spoke about the board having the opportunity to tour...

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Three positions open for City Council election

Three positions open for City Council election

October 28, 2021

Three of Ellensburg’s seven city council seats are up for election on Nov. 2. Two positions are between current council members and opposing candidates, whereas one is between two new candidates as the...

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