A Conversation with Norm Stamper, Former Seattle Police Chief

Who polices the police? According to Norm Stamper, former Seattle police chief, the community. On April 5, at 7 p.m. in the SURC Ballroom, Stamper will give a talk titled “Community Policing in the Age of Police Militarization” about the importance of community involvement in policing on local, national and global levels. Stamper was a…

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If you didn’t go to REEL ROCK Film Tour last night then you missed out on the best night ever.

Let me paint you a picture. You walk into the SURC, shake off your rain soaked shoes and loosen your parka from the gripping cold. You smell the new floors and see students walking briskly past you. But then you hear it… “Is that music?” you ask yourself. “Well yes young fawn, it is music,”…

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CWU Monday Movie Madness Presents: Lucy

Yes, we know the presence is ludicrous. Yes, we know the science is wrong and the infamous “10% of your brain theory” is hogwash. Yes, the filmmaker’s know as well, but come on, it’s Scarlett Johansson kicking butt in the newest Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, Leon) film. Come on out to the SURC Theatre…

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A talk with Tworkowski: TWLOHA’s founder and creative director to speak at CWU

To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) started as the title of a story one friend wrote for another as she entered rehab. Now the writer of that story, Jamie Tworkowski, is the founder and creative director of the non-profit organization TWLOHA, which works to provide hope and resources for those struggling with mental health…

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CWU Monday Movie Madness Presents: Neighbors

Do you like movies? Do you love to laugh? How about Zac Effron’s abs? If you answered yes to any of these questions then come out to the SURC Theatre on Sept. 29. Plot Summary: In Neighbors, a couple is settling down with their newborn child in a new neighborhood. Facing the struggles of parent-hood, matters become…

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