All Power: Visual Legacies of the Black Panther Party Exhibit Opens September 27

The Sarah Spurgeon Gallery will host All Power: Visual Legacies of the Black Panther Party, a photography exhibition organized by the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle. The exhibit provides a historical perspective on the Black Panther Party movement, and explores how similar social ...

Namaste, I Kid You Not: CWU Recreation Features Goat Yoga

Can you still do a downward dog if a goat is involved? Central Washington University Recreation and Campus Activities offers caprine vinyasa or goat yoga for relaxing, fun-filled sessions designed to relieve beginning-of-the-school-year stress.“We thought it would be a super way to start ou...

Record Freshman Streak Ends but Central Washington University Keeps Growing

Although this school year is the first in three years in which Central Washington University isn’t projecting a record number of incoming freshmen, administrators say the university’s enrollment numbers are right where they want them to be: On par with last year’s.“It’s like inflating a balloon; we’...

Primate Relationships Are Messier Than We Thought, New Research Suggests

The social relationships of nonhuman primates, and the ways in which social dominance is achieved, maintained, and perceived, are more complex than scientists have traditionally assumed, according to new research published this week in Scientific Reports.  . . .Jessica Mayhew, a co-author of th...

Shot down in Vietnam, family of CWU graduate has new hope

The return of the remains of the final military member from Kittitas County who died in Vietnam may be getting closer.CWU alumnus Maj. San DeWayne Francisco, an air force fighter pilot, was shot down in 1968—six days before he was scheduled to return home—on a mission in which filled in for another ...

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