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Publicity Center

Writing

In addition to crafting press releases and online announcements, our writers contribute to Hype Online and frequently have stories published in The Daily Record, Ellensburg's local newspaper. This is a great opportunity for the students to enhance their portfolios, while providing another outlet to promote campus events.

Here is just a sample.


CWU alum featured in bouldering film playing Friday

By ZACH SMITH CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record

More than six years after being on hand for the grand opening of the Central Washington University climbing wall, rock climber and alumnus Kyle O’Meara will return for the screening of “Western Gold,” a bouldering film in which he starred.


Zombie expert to speak Friday at CWU

By ZACH SMITH CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record

In a world consumed by war, poverty and disease, a zombie apocalypse may sound more like a punch line than a threat to national security. However, according to Max Brooks, zombies are nothing to joke about. Zombies may not be real, but disasters do happen, and Brooks wants to get people thinking about survival.


Acoustic guitarist Trace Bundy returns to Central

By KATY RUTLAND CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record

Guitarist Trace Bundy — the self-proclaimed Acoustic Ninja — has become a regular at Central Washington University and will return for the fifth time at 7 p.m. Saturday in the SURC Ballroom as part of CWU Family Weekend.


CWU's Mother's Day brunch is Sunday morning

By Katy Rutland CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record

It could be called the grand finale, or possibly the last hurrah. Either way, it is one of the main events on campus this weekend. The Mother’s Day Brunch concludes CWU Family Weekend from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday in the Hal Holmes Dining Room.


OPR Spring Symposium hits CWU on Thursday

By Zach Smith CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record 

Outdoor Pursuits and Rentals will swap out snowboards and snowshoes for wakeboards and kayaks to celebrate spring at its annual Outdoor Spring Symposium Thursday at Central Washington University.