When clocks are scarier than glocks

If you’ve been following the news today, then you’ve no doubt seen a story about a 14-year-old student at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas named Ahmed Mohamed who was arrested for bringing a home-made clock to school. Teachers misidentified the clock for a bomb and promptly called the police who arrested and detained Ahmed.…

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SEOIs open for 8-week summer students – fill out your student evaluations of instruction

Now that the heat is in full melt-your-face mode and classes are (finally) starting to wind down, it’s time to dedicate a few minutes of your day to filling out those Student Evaluations of Instruction (SEOIs) that keep popping up in your email and on canvas. I know, I know. “But CWU Hype,” you scoff, “I…

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Attention incoming, first year CWU students: Register NOW for the Experience Leadership Project!

Sept. 15 – 17 Camp Ghormley, Rimrock, WA Attention incoming, first year CWU students: This 3-day experience is an opportunity to build friendships with fellow students, form lasting bonds, learn about opportunities for involvement, and enhance leadership skills. Discover opportunities for leadership involvement and life outside the classroom! Throughout the retreat, you will enjoy the…

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SEOIs Open – Fill Out Your Student Evaluations of Instruction!

ATTN 6-WEEK SUMMER STUDENTS: In the midst of the summer quarter hustle and bustle, students are strongly encouraged to remember to fill out their Student Evaluation of Instruction surveys (SEOIs). SEOIs are anonymous evaluations of instructors’ performances throughout the quarter, and provide students the opportunity to openly and honestly evaluate their professors. SEOIs will be…

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Student Tech Fee: Your dollars at work!

Every quarter CWU students pay a $30 Student Technology Fee to help various technological and computer equipment needs around campus. For example, the fee recently allocated 50 new Macbook Pro laptops to the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Information Booth for students to check out, thousands of dollars in classroom technology around campus, and…

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