7 Things Out-of-state Students Learned Moving to Washington

By Olivia Birg In the first week of college there are three questions everyone asks you, What’s your name? What’s your major? and Where are you from?  From my own experience there are two reactions to when I say “I’m from Thousand Oaks, California” Wow that’s far! or Wait so why did you come up here? I’ve had to answer that question…

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8 Tips For Living Boujee on a Budget

By Trevor Peden First things first, I know what you’re thinking, we can’t be Boujee, we are college students. We’ve all heard the joke about college students being poor, but with these 8 tips and tricks on how to save money you can be living that lavish life that we all strive for! Tip 1…

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Your Guide to Homecoming

Show your school spirit and participate in Homecoming Week activities! There’s something for everyone! Thursday, Oct. 10 Volleyball vs. Montana State University (Billings)7 p.m. • Free/$5/$8 GA • Nicholson PavilionAthletics Talent in the Tropics 9:30 p.m. • Nicholson Pavilion Parking Lot • Free, StudentsA talent show featuring acts from Wildcats.CWU Residence Hall Association Friday, Oct.…

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Connect with the Valley: Volunteer with CWU’s Center for Leadership and Community Engagement!

One way to feel at home in a new city is to get involved locally. The Center for Leadership and Community Engagement teams up with a variety of CWU departments and community organizations to clean parks, restore historic areas and connect with locals in Kittitas County. Discover upcoming volunteer events that you can sign up…

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Preparing for Back to School, as Told by ‘Parks and Recreation’

By Kiersten Kimminau 1. First thing’s first, shed a few tears if you need to. Don’t be shy, let it out. All done? Okay, now relax and pull yourself together because it’s about to get intense in this hizzy. 2. You’re welcome. Next up, quality sleep is about to become a major key for two…

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