This spring we said goodbye to a few very talented Publicity Center seniors. Read on to discover where they are headed next!
By Julia Moreno, Publications Writer
Freshman and sophomores, don’t miss out on this fun and, quite frankly, really awesome celebration of your first year or second year here at Central!The Freshman Year Experience End of the Year and Sophomore Year Experience Halfway to Graduation will be outside the SURC East Patio on May 5 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There’s 600 mini tassel keychains for both sophomores and freshman. And get this: 19 t-shirts are available for the first 19 freshmen who sit down for a quick video interview. And for sophomores there’s 30 shirts available for anyone who does a short video interview.
From Star Wars-themed concerts and housing fairs to political lectures and midterm cram sessions, we have all of the details right here!
Have you enhanced student life on campus through your involvement in clubs and leadership organizations? Are you excited to watch the next generation of student leaders build up your campus community? Today and tomorrow, you can show your support for student involvement and donate to the John Drinkwater Leadership Scholarship!
This scholarship is specifically for students involved in leadership positions and/or involved with clubs and organizations on campus. Follow the link below, select “other” and specify the John Drinkwater Leadership Scholarship. The smallest amount helps — support #GiveCentral today!
April 25 • 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
McConnell Auditorium • Free
As part of the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read event, CWU will host the award-winning author of “The Things They Carried,” Tim O’Brien. CWU is the only university in the Pacific Northwest to receive the Big Read Grant.
O’Brien, a Purple Heart recipient, crafts interrelated short stories about his experiences as a Vietnam Veteran. “The Things They Carried“, a book that has impacted readers from all walks of life, blends fact with fiction and portrays different perspectives of the same event, taking readers on an insightful journey about not only warfare but also the contrast between the truth and reality soldiers face during war. Continue reading “Welcoming Celebrated Author and Vietnam Veteran Tim O’Brien to CWU: NEA Big Read Event”