Saturday, October 13, 2012
10 a.m. - 12 noon
Museum of Culture and Environment
Dean Hall Lobby
Particles on the Wall
The Wenas Creek Mammoth
Digging up Central
No Place Untouched by War - No Place Untouched by War explores the experiences of the cadets of the 314th Army Air Corps detachment and their time at CWCE, from 1943 until 1944. Using photographs, newsletters, and personal accounts, this exhibit provides a rare glimpse into the lives of young people—both cadets and college students—during WWII. This exhibit was curated by Museum Studies senior Kevin Sodano, with assistance from senior Michael Chapman.
This event is free, to register please contact Alumni Relations
at (509) 963-2752 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over homecoming weekend I was blessed with the opportunity to connect with Dr. James Brooks who happA Lifetime Of Achievements
Dr. James Brooks first completed a bachelor’s degree in education and social science in 1949 at tCWU Alums Writing Their Way Into History
Danny Schmidt, winner of the 2015 Sportswriter of the Year award from the Washington Newspaper PublWildcats Embrace Mentorship Opportunities Through Long-Lasting Parke Creek Partnership
There is something to be said about students giving back to their communities in positive ways. The