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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.


Comedy night returns to Central with Ronnie Jordan

By JONATHAN GLOVER, CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record

Self-proclaimed road warrior and comedian Ronnie Jordan is no stranger to long treks across the country in the name of a performance. He visits comedy clubs, sold out stadiums and everywhere in-between — and this week he’s bringing his “southern” style of stand-up comedy to Ellensburg.


Poet Bob Holman screening ‘Language Matters’ at CWU

By DANIEL FISHER, CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record

Emmy Award winning producer and spoken-word poet Bob Holman is on a mission to protect and preserve the world’s languages for future generations. His forthcoming documentary film, “Language Matters,” airing nationally on PBS in January, brings light to the issue of language endangerment and how language extinction affects global cultures.


Author visiting Central Tuesday for lecture

By CHLOE ALLMAND, CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record

Sampsell's inventive and daring writing has led to his publication of a collection of short stories, a memoir, a novel and essays in publications such as The Rumpus and McSweeney’s. Sampsell will speak at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Central Washington University’s Wildcat Shop as part of the Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series.


Reel Rock Film Tour rolls through Central

By JONATHAN GLOVER, CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record

The Reel Rock Film Tour is back and will present a screening of the feature-length documentary “Valley Uprising” at the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Theatre at Central Washington University.


CWU students plan haunted house in residence hall

By DANIEL FISHER, CWU Publicity Center for The Daily Record 

With Halloween lurking just around the corner, Central Washington University’s north campus is about to be overtaken by zombies, ghouls and screaming students.