CWUTODAY'S EVENTSTODAY'S EVENTShttp://www.cwu.edu/calendaren-usWi-Fi Facelift: Goodbye “CWU-WPA,” Hello “CWU-Wildcats”http://www.cwu.edu/publicity/wi-fi-facelift-goodbye-%E2%80%9Ccwu-wpa%E2%80%9D-hello-%E2%80%9Ccwu-wildcats%E2%80%9DMonday, May 25Mon, 25 May 2015 0:00:00Academic,Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life,New Students,Training & Professional Development,Other<p>CWU’s Information Services department is in the process of updating and improving Central’s wireless internet connection. The currently utilized “CWU-WPA” will be phased out in favor of the new “CWU-Wildcats” connection. With more bandwidth and faster connection speeds, “CWU-Wildcats” will better serve the entire CWU community while allowing room for future growth and expansion of campus facilities and the increasing number of users.</p><p>The switch will affect all devices currently connected to the internet via CWU’s Wi-Fi network, including computers, smartphones and gaming systems. “CWU Wildcats” is available for early adoption and students, staff and faculty are encouraged to update their connections and certificates in order to be ready for the removal of “CWU WPA” by the start of the 2015-16 academic year.</p><p>Apple users: delete cwu-wpa connection and add cwu-wildcats<br>PC users: go to www.cwu.edu/wildcats and follow steps</p><p>Don’t be left in the dark. Prepare early and get your devices ready for CWU’s new wireless network so you’ll be ready to web-surf when you return to campus next year.&nbsp;</p><p>For more information, please visit www.cwu.edu/its-helpdesk/.</p></br>Thursday, February 131392317806CWU Celebrates Pride Week http://www.cwu.edu/publicity/cwu-celebrates-pride-week-0Monday, May 25Mon, 25 May 2015 0:00:00Conferences & Camps,Entertainment,Exhibits,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life,Other<p>It’s that time of year again to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community, and CWU is set to host a week’s worth of events for CWU Pride Week Monday, May 25 through Friday, May 29. Pride is a nationally recognized movement in celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual and ally culture with annual events scheduled in cities and communities across the globe. A wide range of events are planned for CWU, from professional lectures to drag shows.</p><p>A full list of CWU Pride Week events are as follows:</p><p>All Week</p><p>Queer Feminism Partition/Pride Week Partition<br>SURC<br>All Day</p><p>Monday, May 25</p><p>Field Day<br>A wide variety of competitive sporting activities and games as a fun way to kick off Pride Week<br>CWU Barto lawn<br>10 a.m. – 2 p.m.<br>Spectators are free, participants are $2/person or $10/group<br>Pre-registration open and available online at http://www.cwu.edu/equal/pride-week-field-day-registration</p><p>Tuesday, May 26</p><p>Neville Hoad: “Drag &amp; the Pedagogy of the Normal Lessons from Botswana's Miss HIV Stigma-Free Beauty Pageant”<br>A lecture on the history and cultural impact of Botswana’s Miss HIV Beauty Pageant, where all of the contestants are open about being HIV positive.<br>CWU Black Hall 151<br>4 p.m.<br>Free</p><p>Block Party<br>A festival-style block party with activities, campus clubs and organizations, and a wide array of companies/organizations. Show up ready to have fun, get access to resources and engage in the diversity of campus.<br>SURC<br>10 a.m. – 2 p.m.<br>Free</p><p>Bingo<br>There will be a bake sale and fun prizes.<br>SURC 137 A/B<br>7 p.m.<br>One Bingo card is $0.50 and three are $1.</p><p>Wednesday, May 27</p><p>Queer Art Show<br>The purpose of this event is to create a positive space for Queer Expression.<br>SURC 137 A/B<br>All day<br>Free<br>Submission open and available at http://www.cwu.edu/equal/queer-art-show-submissions</p><p>Dyke March and Rally<br>A way to acknowledge women within the Queer Community and increase lesbian visibility.<br>SURC 137 A/B<br>10 a.m. – 3 p.m.<br>Free</p><p>Dr. Shaka McGlotten presents “Political Aesthetics of Drag”<br>The “Political Aesthetics of Drag” is part of a larger project about artists and activists who use drag in their work. Dr. McGlotten argues that their drag personas and performances can provide unique vantage points from which to consider our shared political present.<br>Black 151<br>3 p.m.<br>Free</p><p>Find Your Inner Drag Queen or King, led by Cat McMillen, CWU Costume Manager<br>SURC 135<br>4 – 6 p.m.<br>Free</p><p>Singer-songwriter and Transgender Motivational Speaker Ryan Cassata<br>SURC Theatre<br>7 p.m.<br>Free</p><p>Thursday, May 28</p><p>Lavender Graduation<br>Lavender Graduation is a cultural celebration that recognizes LGBTQIA+ CWU students of all races and ethnicities and acknowledges, achievements and contributions to campus.<br>Black 151<br>6 p.m.<br>Free</p><p>Friday, May 29</p><p>Amateur Drag Show<br>SURC West Patio<br>11 a.m.<br>Free</p><p>Pride Parade<br>Anyone and everyone is welcome to march. Grab a sign or a flag and join the group!<br>SURC West Patio<br>After Amateur Drag Show (around 1 p.m.)<br>Free</p><p>Professional Drag Show<br>Come see our professional Drag Queens/Kings perform. Hosted by Jenuwine Beaute &amp; Aquasha DeLusty.<br>SURC Ballroom<br>7 p.m.<br>Free<br>“Queen Fling” dance at the Elmira After Professional Drag Show (around 9:30 p.m.)</p><p>Celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community with students and community members at CWU Pride Week. With a robust list of events, there’s something for everyone.</p><p>For more information call 509-963-2127 or email equal@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Tuesday, March 41393947736Annual Spring Sale at the Wildcat Shophttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/annual-spring-sale-wildcat-shopTuesday, May 26Tue, 26 May 2015 0:00:00Academic,Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students,Training & Professional Development,Other<p>With the end of spring quarter quickly approaching comes the blowout-closeout-annual spring sale at the Wildcat Shop, offering students deep discounts and special deals on merchandise and school supplies May 26 through 29.<br><br>Drastically reduced prices include $1, $5, $10 and $20 items as well as special deals on select electronics. Now is the time to treat yourself to a budget-friendly shopping spree, find some gifts for yourself, family and graduates, or stock up on goodies for the coming months.</p><p>For more information contact the Wildcat Shop at 509-963-1311 or wildcatshop@cwu.edu.</p></br></br>Tuesday, March 181395186488SEOIs Open – Fill Out Your Student Evaluations of Instruction! http://www.cwu.edu/publicity/seois-open-%E2%80%93-fill-out-your-student-evaluations-instructionTuesday, May 26Tue, 26 May 2015 0:00:00Academic,Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students,Training & Professional Development,Other<p>In the midst of the end of quarter hustle and bustle, students are strongly encouraged to remember to fill out their Student Evaluation of Instruction surveys (SEOIs). SEOIs are anonymous evaluations of instructors’ performances throughout the quarter, and provide students the opportunity to openly and honestly evaluate their professors. SEOIs will be available under the applications link in MyCWU, on Canvas and via CWU email beginning Tuesday, May 26 and running through Sunday, June 7. All students should feel free to respond as honestly as possible, as all submissions are anonymous, and professors do not receive their evaluations until several days after grades are due.</p><p>The CWU Administration holds student feedback in high regard, so students should take the SEOIs and the outlet they provide seriously. SEOIs are used in the faculty and tenure review processes as well as for the accreditation of CWU. The more students who respond to SEOIs, the more weight they carry.</p><p>For more information, please see Frequently Asked Questions at http://www.cwu.edu/seoi/StudentFAQ#EvalLogin or contact Tom Henderson, Director of Academic Assessment, at 509-963-2046 or henderst@cwu.edu.</p>Monday, March 2413956929028th Grade Music Camphttp://www.cwu.edu/conference/8th-grade-music-campWednesday, May 27Wed, 27 May 2015 0:00:00Conferences & Camps,Other<p>The Conference Program will be providing lodging and meals to students and chaperones attending the 8th Grade Music Camp.</p>Wednesday, October 261319662441Central Sampler Lodginghttp://www.cwu.edu/conference/central-sampler-lodging-12Thursday, May 28Thu, 28 May 2015 0:00:00Conferences & Camps,Other<p><strong>Central Sampler </strong>is a two-day introductory event for prospective students.</p><p>The Conference Program is happy to provide housing for this exciting event.&nbsp; For more information on how to register please visit CWU Admissions Page.</p><p><strong>Please click link below:</strong></p><p><a href="http://www.cwu.edu/admissions/central-sampler" target="_blank">http://www.cwu.edu/admissions/central-sampler</a></p>Monday, November 211321899748Non-Traditional Student Appreciation Dayhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/non-traditional-student-appreciation-day-0Thursday, May 28Thu, 28 May 2015 15:00:00Academic,Entertainment,Sports & Recreation,Student Life,New Students,Other<p>Non-traditional students are those who are over the age of 25, are married with families, are military veterans, are in pursuit of a career change or any other similar circumstance. These students face unique challenges and the Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ) wants to reach out and show their support Thursday, May 28 from 3 to 6 p.m. on the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) East Lawn by offering Non-Traditional Student Appreciation Day.</p><p>Family-friendly activities will include cupcake decorating, a bubble station, Japanese art, face painting, games, origami, coloring and free books and refreshments will be offered to all attendees. Non-traditional students are encouraged to bring their families and join in on the fun.</p><p>For more information, contact the CDSJ at 509-963-2127 or diversity@cwu.edu.</p>Tuesday, February 251393343370Jazz Combo I Concerthttp://www.cwu.edu/music/jazz-combo-i-concert-2Thursday, May 28Thu, 28 May 2015 18:00:00Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Wednesday, June 121371047353PRIDE Week: Lavender Graduationhttp://www.cwu.edu/equal/pride-week-lavender-graduationThursday, May 28Thu, 28 May 2015 18:00:00Academic,Entertainment,Student Life<h3>Lavender Graduation is a cultural celebration that recognizes LGBTQ students of all races and ethnicities and acknowledges, achievements, and contributions to our campus. Support and celebrate our amazing graduates in Black Hall Room 150.</h3>PolyFest 2015 Celebrates Polynesian Culture at CWUhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/polyfest-2015-celebrates-polynesian-culture-cwuThursday, May 28Thu, 28 May 2015 19:00:00Academic,Alumni,Entertainment,Exhibits,Faculty & Staff,Fine & Performing Arts,Student Life,New Students,Other<p>In an effort to reach out to the community and share their cultural heritage, Poly Central will host PolyFest 2015 Thursday, May 28 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Ballroom. PolyFest is a cultural dance tour of the Polynesian Islands and will feature a choreographed dance exhibition by CWU students highlighting the heritage of the Polynesian cultures. Dances from Hawaii, Fiji, Samoa, New Zealand, Tonga and Tahiti will be featured in this high-energy celebration of Island culture and history. This event is free and open to the public.</p><p><br>Joining Poly Central for the festivities will be NIU Roots, a Seattle-based Polynesian dance group. The collaboration offers the local Islander communities a chance to come together and share their cultural roots with the CWU and Ellensburg communities in a grand presentation. Don’t miss out on an evening of drums, dance and cultural expression as PolyFest 2015 brings the island life to CWU.</p><p><br>For more information contact the CWU Center for Diversity and Social Justice at 509-963-2127 or diversity@cwu.edu.</p></br></br>Thursday, February 131392325619Orchesis Spring Dance Performancehttp://www.cwu.edu/dance/orchesis-spring-dance-performance-2Thursday, May 28Thu, 28 May 2015 19:30:00Fine & Performing Arts<p><img alt="" src="/dance/sites/cts.cwu.edu.dance/files/Orchesi%20Poster%202015%20-%20Copy%20%28518x800%29.jpg" style="width: 389px; height: 600px;"></p>Orchesis Dance Concerthttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/orchesis-dance-concert-3Thursday, May 28Thu, 28 May 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Sports & Recreation<p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>Adult $10 - Senior/Student $8 - CWU Student w/ID $5</p><p>This perennial favorite returns as the Orchesis Dance Company teams-up with the BFA lighting students in presenting their Spring Dance Performance. Student and faculty choreography and lighting are featured in this collaborative effort between the two departments.</p><p>Families of all ages can enjoy this production together.<br>Children should be able to sit next to their parent quietly for at least 1 hour.</p></br>Thursday, March 81331246043CWU Celebrates Pride Week: Amateur Drag Show/Pride Paradehttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/cwu-celebrates-pride-week-amateur-drag-showpride-paradeFriday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 11:00:00Alumni,Entertainment,Student Life,New Students,Other<p>Pride is a nationally recognized movement in celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual and ally culture with annual events scheduled in cities and communities across the globe. CWU’s celebration of Pride Week is From Monday, May 25 through Friday, May 29, and numerous events are planned on campus.</p><p>One such event, and a favored one each year, is the Amateur Drag Show Friday, May 29 at 11 a.m. on the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) West Patio. Everyone is encouraged to attend this popular free event.</p><p>In addition, a Pride Parade will follow and anyone and everyone is welcome to march. Grab a sign or a flag and join the group!</p><p>For more information, contact CWU Equality through Queers and Allies (EQuAl) at equal@cwu.edu.</p>Wednesday, March 191395272119PRIDE Week: Amateur Drag Showhttp://www.cwu.edu/equal/pride-week-amateur-drag-showFriday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 11:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Student Life<h3>The Amateur Drag Show is the chance for anyone who wants to try drag to put on their heels or facial hair and join the show! The winner gets to perform in the professional show that night. Come enjoy the performances!</h3><h3>West SURC Patio</h3>PRIDE Week: Pride Paradehttp://www.cwu.edu/equal/pride-week-pride-paradeFriday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 13:30:00Entertainment,Student Life<h3>Come end Pride Week with a bang! Join EQuAl and performers for a campus wide march to celebrate Pride and the diversity on campus.</h3><h3>Simply show up at any during the Amateur show. Anyone and everyone is welcome to march with us! Grab a sign or a flag and join the group!</h3><h3>Starting at the West SURC Patio after the Amateur&nbsp;Drag Show.</h3>Wild Hacks “hackathon” at Hal Holmes Community Centerhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/wild-hacks-%E2%80%9Chackathon%E2%80%9D-hal-holmes-community-centerFriday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 17:00:00Academic,Conferences & Camps,Entertainment,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life,New Students,Training & Professional Development,Other<p>The denotation of a computer hacker is someone who exploits weaknesses in a computer network’s security. In today’s context, hacking can mean strengthening a computer’s features, removing weaknesses or seeking a deep understanding of computer knowledge. To assist in the positives of computer hacking, the CWU Startup club is hosting Wild Hacks, central Washington’s largest “hackathon” Friday, May 29 from 5 to 11 p.m. and Saturday, May 30 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hal Holmes Community Center, located at 209 N Rugby St. in Ellensburg. The event is free, open to the public and includes free pizza courtesy of Pizza Collin.&nbsp;</p><p>Wild Hacks “hackathon” is an event for attendees, both technical and non-technical, to create an application of their choice in the time allowed. At the end of the event, the applications will be presented then judged based on these criteria: Ability to articulate the use of the app, idea originality and technical difficulty of the implementation. Spectators are also welcome.</p><p>For more information and to register visit www.cwustartup.com.</p><p>This event is sponsored by the CWU Startup, Ellensburg Public Library, ArcZap, CWU Rotaract Club and Pizza Colin. Persons of disability may make arrangements for reasonable accommodation by e-mailing DS@cwu.edu.</p>Monday, March 241395688916A capella Concerthttp://www.cwu.edu/music/capella-concertFriday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 19:00:00Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Concert Hall</p>Wednesday, June 121371051773CWU Celebrates Pride Week: Professional Drag Showhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/cwu-celebrates-pride-week-professional-drag-show-0Friday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 19:00:00Conferences & Camps,Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life,Other<p>It’s that time of year again to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community, and CWU is set to host a week’s worth of events for CWU Pride Week Monday, May 25 through Friday, May 29. Pride is a nationally recognized movement in celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual and ally culture with annual events scheduled in cities and communities across the globe. A wide range of events are planned at CWU, from professional lectures to drag shows.</p><p>One distinguished event is the Professional Drag Show, complete with a live musical performance by the award winning CWU a capella group Fantastic Forte Friday, May 29 at 7 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Ballroom. Hosted by well-known drag performers Aquasha DeLusty and Jenuwine Beauté, this free show is set to close out Pride Week in style.</p><p>In addition to the drag show, a “Queen Fling” is scheduled following the performance, which includes an all-inclusive, all-ages dance at the Elmira in downtown Ellensburg at 117 E 4th Ave. Free transportation from the SURC to the Elmira will be provided by the CWU Access, Belonging, Learning and Equality (ABLE) club.</p><p>For more information contact the Center for Diversity and Social Justice at 509-963-2127 or diversity@cwu.edu.</p>Friday, March 281396028693PRIDE Week: Professional Drag Showhttp://www.cwu.edu/equal/pride-week-professional-drag-showFriday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 19:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Student Life<h3>Come see our professional Drag Queens/Kings perform, for free!&nbsp; Hosted by Jenuwine Beaute &amp; Aquasha DeLusty. Be sure to get there early for good seats.&nbsp;</h3><h3>SURC Ballroom</h3>Orchesis Dance Concerthttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/orchesis-dance-concert-4Friday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Sports & Recreation<p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>Adult $10 - Senior/Student $8 - CWU Student w/ID $5</p><p>This perennial favorite returns as the Orchesis Dance Company teams-up with the BFA lighting students in presenting their Spring Dance Performance. Student and faculty choreography and lighting are featured in this collaborative effort between the two departments.</p><p>Families of all ages can enjoy this production together.<br>Children should be able to sit next to their parent quietly for at least 1 hour.</p></br>Thursday, March 81331245897Skyler Floe, trumpet recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/skyler-floe-trumpet-recital-0Friday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 20:00:00Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>PRIDE Week: Queen Flinghttp://www.cwu.edu/equal/pride-week-queen-flingFriday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 21:30:00Entertainment,Student Life<h3>Hosted by Equality through Queers and Allies (EQuAl) and 88.1 The 'Burg at the Elmira, end pride week with an all-inclusive, all ages dance to celebrate CWU Pride! This dance provides a safe space for all students and community members to have fun and celebrate their pride.</h3>Wildcat Dash 5k and Obstacle Course This Spring: CANCELEDhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/wildcat-dash-5k-and-obstacle-course-spring-canceledSaturday, May 30Sat, 30 May 2015 9:30:00Conferences & Camps,Exhibits,Sports & Recreation,Student Life<p>This event has been canceled. Check back next spring for Wildcat Dash updates.&nbsp;</p><p>For the fourth year in a row, CWU University Recreation is hosting the Wildcat Dash 5k on campus. This is a 5k with a twist Saturday, May 30 features a full obstacle course in addition to five kilometers of running. Check-in begins at 9:30 a.m. on the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) East Patio and the event begins at 10 a.m. Registration is open online at www.cwu.edu/tickets and is $20 for CWU students and Recreation Center members and $40 for non-members before Friday, May 25, and $25 and $45 respectively until the day of the event. Participants who pre-register will receive a free Wildcat Dash t-shirt and the first male and female to complete the 5k will win an Intramural Champion t-shirt and bragging rights. This event is open to the public and all are welcome to take the challenge.</p><p>The Wildcat Dash is equipped with at least a dozen obstacles designed to challenge each participant physically and mentally. Some of the obstacles include crawling through mud, carrying paint buckets, a rope climb and walking a balance beam, just to name a few. Participants will get muddy, so appropriate attire and footwear are required.</p><p>For more information contact the Recreation Center Front Desk at 509-963-3512 or by emailing rec@cwu.edu.</p>Monday, February 101392060234Kyle Martin, saxophone recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/kyle-martin-saxophone-recitalSaturday, May 30Sat, 30 May 2015 12:00:00Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Wednesday, June 121371052633Kathryn Kibbe, viola recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/kathryn-kibbe-viola-recital-1Saturday, May 30Sat, 30 May 2015 14:00:00Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Mode: 19th annual Student Fashion Show at CWUhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/mode-19th-annual-student-fashion-show-cwuSaturday, May 30Sat, 30 May 2015 15:00:00Academic,Entertainment,Exhibits,Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students,Other<p>When: Saturday, May 30 at 3 p.m. &amp; 7 p.m.<br>Where: Milo Smith Tower Theatre<br>Presale tickets: $8 for CWU student w/ID, $10 GA<br>At the door: $10</p><p>Central Washington University presents two showings of “Mode: the 19th annual Student Fashion Show,” Saturday, May 30 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Milo Smith Tower Theatre, located in McConnell Hall. A silent auction will be held an hour before each show and will feature various different gift baskets including items such as wine, movies, local artist’s work and of course, Seattle Seahawks gear.</p><p>Tickets are available in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) tabling area starting Monday, May 18. Presale tickets are $10 for general admission and $8 for CWU students with ID. Tickets will also be available at the door the day of the event for $10.</p><p>Student designers will be presenting their own original work that they have created throughout the program that follows this year’s theme, “Mode: Fashion Strikes Back.” The show will be split into three ready-to-wear segments that will feature styles reflecting the theme —“Urban Jungle,” “Coastal Vibes” and “Desert Daze.” The designers are responsible for the entire experience of the audience while their line is being shown; they choose everything from the models to the makeup to the music being played in order to best reflect their overall vision.</p><p>For more information please contact Delaney Curtis, Student Fashion Association student Promotions Lead, at curtisde@cwu.edu or Andrea Eklund, Apparel, Textile and Merchandising (ATM) Professor, at aeklund@cwu.edu.</p><p>This event is sponsored Student Fashion Association, CWU Apparel, Textiles and Merchandising Program, the CWU Fashion Show Production Course and USITT.</p></br></br></br>Wednesday, March 121394658959CWU Jazz Concertshttp://www.cwu.edu/music/cwu-jazz-concerts-1Saturday, May 30Sat, 30 May 2015 16:00:00Fine & Performing Arts<p>The CWU Music Department will present two concerts, one ticket will get you into both!</p><p>The Afternoon of Jazz concert (4:00pm) will feature Jazz Bands I &amp; II and Vocal Jazz II performing memorable jazz standards and new material in the idiom. The Evening of Jazz concert (7:00pm) will feature Vocal Jazz I and Jazz Band I performing their latest material featuring the fine soloists and strong ensemble presentations that Central is known for.</p><p>Tickets: $7 General Admission; $5 Senior/Child/CWU Student with ID</p><p><a href="https://www.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&amp;e=5f04fbb0061127d22846c5de9f305169"><img alt="" src="/music/sites/cts.cwu.edu.music/files/images/buy-tickets-now.jpg" style="width: 133px; height: 22px;"></a></p><p>McIntyre Music Building Concert Hall</p>Monday, April 221366674231An Afternoon of Jazzhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/afternoon-jazz-3Saturday, May 30Sat, 30 May 2015 16:00:00Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Concert Hall</p><p>Tickets: $7 General Admission; $5 Senior/Child/CWU Student with ID</p><p>Available online, www.cwu.edu/music, or at the door.&nbsp; Good for admittance to the 7 p.m. show also.</p>Tuesday, April 161366145378An Evening of Jazzhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/evening-jazz-3Saturday, May 30Sat, 30 May 2015 19:00:00Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Concert Hall</p><p>Tickets:&nbsp; $7 General Admission; $5 Senior/Child/CWU Student with ID</p><p>Available online, www.cwu.edu/music, or at the door.&nbsp; Valid for both the 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. concerts.&nbsp;</p>Tuesday, April 161366146167Mode: 19th annual Student Fashion Show at CWUhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/mode-19th-annual-student-fashion-show-cwu-0Saturday, May 30Sat, 30 May 2015 19:00:00Academic,Entertainment,Exhibits,Fine & Performing Arts,Student Life,New Students,Other<p>When: Saturday, May 30 at 3 p.m. &amp; 7 p.m.<br>Where: Milo Smith Tower Theatre<br>Presale tickets: $8 for CWU student w/ID, $10 GA<br>At the door: $10</p><p>Central Washington University presents two showings of “Mode: the 19th annual Student Fashion Show,” Saturday, May 30 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Milo Smith Tower Theatre, located in McConnell Hall. A silent auction will be held an hour before each show and will feature various different gift baskets including items such as wine, movies, local artist’s work and of course, Seattle Seahawks gear.</p><p>Tickets are available in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) tabling area starting Monday, May 18. Presale tickets are $10 for general admission and $8 for CWU students with ID. Tickets will also be available at the door the day of the event for $10.</p><p>Student designers will be presenting their own original work that they have created throughout the program that follows this year’s theme, “Mode: Fashion Strikes Back.” The show will be split into three ready-to-wear segments that will feature styles reflecting the theme —“Urban Jungle,” “Coastal Vibes” and “Desert Daze.” The designers are responsible for the entire experience of the audience while their line is being shown; they choose everything from the models to the makeup to the music being played in order to best reflect their overall vision.</p><p>For more information please contact Delaney Curtis, Student Fashion Association student Promotions Lead, at curtisde@cwu.edu or Andrea Eklund, Apparel, Textile and Merchandising (ATM) Professor, at aeklund@cwu.edu.</p><p>This event is sponsored Student Fashion Association, CWU Apparel, Textiles and Merchandising Program, the CWU Fashion Show Production Course and USITT.</p></br></br></br>Monday, March 171395070500