CWU Alert! Test Scheduled for Great Washington ShakeOut October 19

On 10:19 a.m. on October 19, the Central Washington University community, and thousands of other Washingtonians will “drop, cover, and hold on” in the Great Washington ShakeOut.Major earthquakes can happen anywhere in Washington. The ShakeOut is a chance for residents to practice protecting themselv...

Challenger astronaut serves as inspiration for CWU students

More than 31 years after the space shuttle Challenger disaster, the influence of an astronaut aboard that ill-fated mission is still being felt today.His life is the inspiration for a scholarship program that helps students across the country, including Central Washington University students. R...

Lt. Governor Habib to visit CWU, speak at Pave the Way Conference

As many as 400 educators, policymakers, and education advocates from across the state will visit CWU for the 2017 Pave the Way conference. The event, on Thursday, Oct. 19, in the Student Union and Recreation Center, is designed around the themes of advancing equity, increasing college readiness, and...

CWU targets abandoned bicycles on campus

Central Washington University’s police department wants to remind students that bicycles, or any other objects, that appear to be abandoned on university premises will be impounded.Jason Berthon-Koch, CWU’s interim police chief, said his department has long had a practice of picking up abandoned pro...

CWU’s PULSE Magazine Earns Five National Award Nominations from the Associated Collegiate Press

PULSE, the student-run lifestyle magazine of Central Washington University’s Digital Journalism program, has received five national award nominations from the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) organization.The nominations encompass a range of categories including for the magazine’s in-depth reportin...

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