De-Stress With A Skin Care Routine

As college students, stress is something we struggle with. It is part of our human nature and something that’s hard to get rid of; it is what makes us people. One thing that keeps me grounded after a long, stressful day is my skin care routine. The feeling of literally wiping the day off of…

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Author Virgie Tovar comes to CWU for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

By Kiersten Kimminau Who is Virgie Tovar? Virgie Tovar is one of the nation’s leading experts and lecturers on weight-based discrimination and body image. She is the author of the manifesto, “You Have the Right to Remain Fat.” In an exclusive interview with Hype, Tovar shared that her book, “is ultimately about celebrating body diversity…

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How to Prepare for an EDM Concert

Calling all ravers and ragers! In case you haven’t heard, Campus Activities and 88.1 The ‘Burg are introducing an exciting new event this quarter: Electropolis Live! From 9 p.m. to midnight on Feb. 22, come by the SURC Ballroom to rave with your fellow Wildcats If you’re new to the EDM scene, you might be…

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Find Your People Series

This quarter, the Diversity & Equity Center (DEC) is ushering in a new program. Three different series, aiming to bring people who share common identities together, will take place over the course of the Winter 2020 quarter. African American men were brought together for the first gathering of this series. The next upcoming event will…

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What Defined The Past Decade

By Olivia Birg 2010-2019 was a time when most of us went from being kids to teens and now adults. That’s a big jump! This past decade has been filled with ups, downs, and plenty of outrageous moments. As we move into the ’20s let’s recap the ’10s, for old time’s sake. I organized the…

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