CWU Celebrates the Planet: Earth Month Events

Throughout the month of April 2018, people are celebrating and advocating for our planet worldwide. This week, join Wildcats for a variety of events dedicated to sustainability, awareness and community! Operations Earth Day April 18 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. SURC 137 | Free, Open to All Discover how CWU is becoming more sustainable [...]

Stories Through Stickers

Three students, three different perspectives. That is the power of art.  Below are three student reflections on the sticker art exhibit titled Rewriting the Streets: The International Language of Stickers and Paper Bullets: 100 Years of Political Stickers from Around the World. This exhibit will remain on display through March 10 in CWU's Museum of Culture and Environment. Learn [...]

V-Day Vegetarians: This one’s for You

If you and your partner are trying to do something different this Valentine’s Day, or maybe you’re just tired of the usual eat-your-emotions and watch Netflix routine, we’ve gathered seven un-romantic ideas for you to do this year. 1. Fiddle with some Free Personality Tests This is always a fun activity, whether you’re by yourself, [...]

4 Up-and-coming Seattle Hip-Hop Artists That You Need to Hear

By Tyrelle Phillips, CWU Publicity Center || Seattle is a melting pot for diverse cultures, and it shows with all of the varying areas and different people that encompass the entire city. One of this city’s unique characteristics aside from the people’s loyalty to an incompetent baseball franchise is it’s people’s appreciation for art. Though [...]

6 Solutions to Last Year’s Problems (a.k.a. the New Year Resolution Post)

Last year's problem: I couldn't find a healthy routine This year's solution: Get plugged into a group fitness class at the Recreation Center Don't let the post-holiday grind get you down! Did you know that the Recreation Center is currently offering eleven different types of group fitness classes this quarter? You can experience any of these [...]