Blog Written By: Miraclejoy “MJ” Curtis Look forward to powerful, enticing and provocative words spoken at Central Washington University’s 2nd Annual Women’s Poetry Slam. This is an event that you’d typically pay for, trust me! But it’s free and open for everyone to attend.
Excitement, friendships and the drive to create change and positive influences are just a few things that the Students of Color Summit generated at CWU earlier this month. On the first weekend of April, CWU partnered with the Washington Student Association to host over 224 students from 13 universities and schools to celebrate diversity and inclusivityContinue reading “Students of Color Summit: Agents of Change”
By Miraclejoy Curtis As I read through my next interview assignment, I screeched with excitement. “The Quincy Jones? The world renowned musician, humanitarian and producer? No way! I get to meet him. Wait, I didn’t know he attended CWU! We are going to be best friends!”
The stage is set; one bed in the center, one desk off to the side with one chair loosely pulled away from it. One waste bin sits next to the desk with just enough paper crumpled inside adjacent to the nightstand with one telephone (the real kind, cord and all) perfectly placed to look casual andContinue reading “CWU Students Rise on Stage in “The Mountaintop””
It’s not every day that the best of Broadway is brought to your campus and performed to a level that mirrors the pros–but that’s exactly what happened in the McConnell Theatre this past weekend. From the opening number of “Live in Living Color” to the energetic ending of “Footloose,” the show never wavered in entertainmentContinue reading “Curtain Call: CWU’s Broadway Red Curtain Revue”