125 ways you know you're a Wildcat (#117): You know that the size of CWU’s campus is 380 acres and felt sometimes you had walked all 380 acres of it going from the only campus parking lot with an open space to your class. http://cwu.edu/magazine/ #cwu125 #cwu #cwualumni #alwaysawildcat
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As far as the town goes, it is in a good location. Close enough to home yet far enough too. The weather is great in fall and spring, warm and sunny. Winters can be cold, but normally drier than the rainy Westside. The town is a bit old and not modernized
The physics department
However, academics were typically a mess. I had to put in more credit hours than is considered
(Much of my trouble was caused by the two department
The worst part was the dorm food. It got slightly better when CWU switched from FSA to Sysco, but it was still all bone meal, pulp wood, and gristle. (And this is me trying to put it nicely. I only need two words to sum up the effects of consuming it, and I won't use them unless asked.) If dining plans weren't a compulsory
Thank you CWU for giving our kids a quality education that will give them the future a parent dreams about for their children!
125 ways you know you're a Wildcat (#116): You fondly remember the bakery, particularly the French bread, in the old Albertson’s grocery store on Ruby Street, which is now the Grocery Outlet. (Photo courtesy of Bryan Myrick, Daily Record) http://cwu.edu/magazine/ #cwu125 #cwu #cwualumni #alwaysawildcat
If you missed the Southern Poverty Law Center lecture, it's now available online. Watch as Lecia Brooks discusses the recent national rise in hate incidences and what we all can do to help others.
Recent studies have determined that students of color and those from low-income families backgrounds may fail to stay in college for a variety of reasons, including the fact that they may not have support from friends or family members familiar with college life.
In response, CWU has joined a Ready to Rise. Made possible through a grant from College Spark Washington, Ready to Rise is a collaboration with the Tacoma-based nonprofit Degrees of Change, local leadership foundatio...ns in three Washington state communities—the Yakima Valley, Tacoma, and Clark County—and select colleges and universities, including CWU. The ambitious goal is to serve 1,000 underrepresented college students in Washington over the next five years.
The new partnership furthers CWU’s goal to become “the destination for all men of color seeking a quality best-buy education in an environment that supports academic excellence.”
It's your last chance to join us for #CWU Day on the Hill Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort in Wenatchee this Friday, 2/24. Don't miss this opportunity to mingle... with fellow Wildcats. Your ticket will provide you with access to the mountain and a $2 beverage and braut voucher sponsored by Iron Horse Brewery. All are welcome to attend. Register today: http://ow.ly/zzMr307WV4D
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125 ways you know you're a Wildcat (#113): You picked wildflowers while hiking to Umtanum Falls, a hidden waterfall in the desert hills and basalt cliffs that rise above the Yakima River Canyon south of Ellensburg. http://cwu.edu/magazine/ #cwu125 #cwu #cwualumni #alwaysawildcat
125 ways you know you're a Wildcat (#112): You attended the “Battle in Seattle” football games once played at CenturyLink Field (home of the Seahawks) between CWU and Western Washington University and later CWU and Western Oregon University. http://cwu.edu/magazine/ #cwu125 #cwu #cwualumni #alwaysawildcat
125 ways you know you're a Wildcat (#111): You knew that the Leo Nicholson and his son, Dean Nicholson, who both coached at Central, hold the college basketball record for most career wins by a father-and-son coaching duo (1,114 wins). http://cwu.edu/magazine/ #cwu125 #cwu #cwualumni #alwaysawildcat
CWU professor and award-winning poet Maya Jewell Zeller is the Lion Rock Series featured artist for February. Zeller will read from her work during two presentations Tuesday. http://www.cwu.edu/cwu-professor-award-winning-poet-read-tu…