CWUSURC CalendarSURC Calendarhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/calendaren-usCWU Celebrates Pride Weekhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwu-celebrates-pride-week-0Monday, May 25Mon, 25 May 2015 0:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life,New Students<p>May 25 – May 29<br>CWU Celebrates Pride Week<br><br>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.<br><br>A full list of CWU Pride Week events are as follows:</p><p><strong>All Week</strong></p><p>Queer Feminism Partition/Pride Week Partition<br>SURC<br>All Day<br><br><strong>Monday, May 25</strong></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<br><br><strong>Tuesday, May 26</strong></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<br><br>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<br><br>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.<br><br><strong>Wednesday, May 27</strong></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<br><br>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<br><br>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<br><br>Find Your Inner Drag Queen or King, led by Cat McMillen, CWU Costume Manager<br>SURC 135<br>4 – 6 p.m.<br>Free<br><br>Singer-songwriter and Transgender Motivational Speaker Ryan Cassata<br>SURC Theatre<br>7 p.m.<br>Free<br><br><strong>Thursday, May 28</strong><br><br>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<br><br><strong>Friday, May 29</strong><br><br>Amateur Drag Show<br>SURC West Patio<br>11 a.m.<br>Free<br><br>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<br><br>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.)<br><br>Celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community with students and community members at CWU Pride Week. With a robust list of events, there’s something for everyone.<br><br>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></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>Friday, May 221432324799Annual Spring Sale at the Wildcat Shophttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/annual-spring-sale-wildcat-shopTuesday, May 26Tue, 26 May 2015 0:00:00Academic,Student Life,New Students<p>Annual Spring Sale at the Wildcat Shop<br><br>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.<br><br>For more information contact the Wildcat Shop at 509-963-1311 or wildcatshop@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, May 221432325464Non-Traditional Student Appreciation Dayhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/non-traditional-student-appreciation-dayThursday, May 28Thu, 28 May 2015 15:00:00Entertainment,Student Life<p>Thursday, May 28 from 3 to 6 p.m.<br>Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) East Lawn<br>Free and open to all non-traditional CWU students<br><br>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.<br><br>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.<br><br>For more information, contact the CDSJ at 509-963-2127 or diversity@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Thursday, May 211432221250PolyFest 2015 Celebrates Polynesian Culture at CWUhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/polyfest-2015-celebrates-polynesian-culture-cwuThursday, May 28Thu, 28 May 2015 19:00:00Academic,Entertainment,Faculty & Staff,Fine & Performing Arts,Student Life,New Students<p>Thursday, May 28 from 7 to 9 p.m.<br>Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Ballroom<br>Free and open to the public<br><br>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></br></br></br></br>Tuesday, May 191432050557CWU Celebrates Pride Week: Amateur Drag Show/Pride Paradehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwu-celebrates-pride-week-amateur-drag-showpride-paradeFriday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 11:00:00Entertainment,Student Life,New Students<p>CWU Celebrates Pride Week: Amateur Drag Show/Pride Parade<br>Friday, May 29 at 11 a.m.<br>Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) West Patio<br>Free and open to the public<br><br>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.<br><br>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.<br><br>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!<br><br>For more information, contact CWU Equality through Queers and Allies (EQuAl) at equal@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, May 221432325583CWU Celebrates Pride Week: Professional Drag Showhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwu-celebrates-pride-week-professional-drag-showFriday, May 29Fri, 29 May 2015 19:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Student Life,New Students<p>May 27<br>CWU Celebrates Pride Week: Professional Drag Show<br><br>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.<br><br>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.<br><br>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.<br><br>For more information contact the Center for Diversity and Social Justice at 509-963-2127 or diversity@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, May 221432325135Wildcat Dash 5k and Obstacle Course This Springhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/wildcat-dash-5k-and-obstacle-course-springSaturday, May 30Sat, 30 May 2015 9:30:00Entertainment,Sports & Recreation,Student Life,New Students<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.<br><br>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.<br><br>For more information contact the Recreation Center Front Desk at 509-963-3512 or by emailing rec@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br>Friday, May 151431720982FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-driveMonday, June 1Mon, 01 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11</p><p>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.<br><br>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.<br><br><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br>Tuesday, May 191432049406International Games Night at CWUhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/international-games-night-cwuMonday, June 1Mon, 01 Jun 2015 16:00:00Entertainment,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1<br>International Games Night at CWU<br><br>The act of playing games has been a part of human activity since the dawn of time. Over the years, many cultures from around the world have developed and mastered different types of games, especially board games. To bring different nationalities and cultures together, the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE) is hosting an International Games Night Monday, June 1 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) room 137. The event is free to attend and open to the public. Participants are encouraged to bring games from their culture that they wish to share.&nbsp;<br><br>For more information, please contact CLCE at 509-963-1850 or clce@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, May 221432324958FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-0Tuesday, June 2Tue, 02 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11</p><p>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.</p><p>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.</p><p><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu</p></br>Tuesday, May 191432049469FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-1Wednesday, June 3Wed, 03 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11<br><br>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.<br><br>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.<br><br><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Tuesday, May 191432049507FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-2Thursday, June 4Thu, 04 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11<br><br>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.<br><br>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.<br><br><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Tuesday, May 191432049538Tea at 3 Speaker Series at CWU: Phil Backlundhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/tea-3-speaker-series-cwu-phil-backlundThursday, June 4Thu, 04 Jun 2015 15:00:00Entertainment,Faculty & Staff,Fine & Performing Arts,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life,New Students<p>June 4<br>Tea at 3 Speaker Series at CWU: Phil Backlund<br><br>The CWU Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE) will host Tea at 3, an engaging speaker series at CWU. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from the personal experiences of CWU faculty, staff, community members and influential individuals across the state as they share their journeys to their current places in life. Attendance to each speech is free, and speeches will be held at 3 p.m. in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Pit. Warm beverages and treats will be available for attendees to enjoy while the speakers give their talks.<br><br>The Tea at 3 Speaker Series welcomes Phill Backlund, who has been teaching at CWU since 1979 following his graduation from the University of Denver where he earned his Ph.D. in Speech Communication. He is currently a professor of and advisor for Communication Studies and teaches classes such as Gender Communication, Communication Theory and Intercultural Communication. Backlund has over 50 publications spanning the subjects of communication education and educational assessment. Students of CWU have honored Backlund three times as Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year, in addition to being recognized as Presidential Faculty Member of the Year by the CWU Board of Trustees.<br><br>For more information, please contact CLCE at 509-963-1850 or clce@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, May 221432325004FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-3Friday, June 5Fri, 05 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11</p><p>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.</p><p>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.</p><p><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br>Tuesday, May 191432049561FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-4Saturday, June 6Sat, 06 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11</p><p>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.</p><p>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.</p><p><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br>Tuesday, May 191432049587CWU Late Night Carnivalhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwu-late-night-carnivalSaturday, June 6Sat, 06 Jun 2015 21:00:00Entertainment,Student Life,New Students<p>June 6<br>CWU Late Night Carnival<br><br>Always the front-runner for safe and positive fun, CWU’s Wellness Center will host the 4th annual Late Night Carnival Saturday, June 6 from 9 p.m. to midnight in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC). This event is free and open to all CWU students with I.D.<br><br>The Late Night Carnival is an annual event to provide students with substance-free activities on a traditionally high-risk night. Students can take part in the volleyball tournament in the Recreation Center, watch movies in the SURC Pit, jump around in a bounce house and much more. There will be free food and drinks, including cotton candy, popcorn and pizza.<br><br>For more information please contact the CWU Wellness Center at 509-963-3213 or wellness@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, May 221432325070FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-5Sunday, June 7Sun, 07 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11</p><p>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.</p><p>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.</p><p><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br>Tuesday, May 191432049607FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-6Monday, June 8Mon, 08 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11</p><p>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.</p><p>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.</p><p><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br>Tuesday, May 191432049628Don’t Waste, Donatehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/don%E2%80%99t-waste-donateMonday, June 8Mon, 08 Jun 2015 10:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 8 through June 12<br>Don’t Waste, Donate<br><br>Spring-cleaning doesn’t always have to be throwing away unwanted items. In fact, the CWU Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE) would rather they be donated instead. As part of their Don’t Waste, Donate program, the CLCE is graciously accepting donations of unwanted items and non-perishable food Monday, June 8 through Friday, June 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) East Patio.<br><br>Through this program, the CLCE gathers donations and redistributes them through the CWU Campus Surplus facility, which holds auctions throughout the year. All monetary proceeds generated will go directly to the Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank, in addition to any non-perishable food item donations.<br><br>For more information, please contact the CLCE at 509-963-1850 or clce@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Tuesday, May 191432050706FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-7Tuesday, June 9Tue, 09 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11</p><p>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.</p><p>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.</p><p><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br>Tuesday, May 191432049656FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-8Wednesday, June 10Wed, 10 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11</p><p>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.</p><p>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.</p><p><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br>Tuesday, May 191432049677FISH Food Drivehttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/fish-food-drive-9Thursday, June 11Thu, 11 Jun 2015 0:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>June 1 through June 11</p><p>Nobody should ever have to worry about where his or her next meal will come from. In order to make the dream of having sufficient food no matter the financial situation a reality, the CWU Equity and Services Council (ESC) is hosting a FISH food drive to support the Ellensburg Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) Food Bank. Starting Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7 food drop-off locations will be set-up at Super 1 Foods and Grocery Outlet from 5 to 8 p.m. From Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 11 food drop-offs will be accepted all day in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) C-Store, near the West entrance.</p><p>FISH Food Bank is looking for a wide variety of non-perishable food items including: canned fruits or vegetables, dried fruit, jams/jellies, pasta sauces, rice/quinoa, pasta/noodles, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, canned soup, mac n’ cheese, baby food, granola bars, crackers, beans and canned proteins, diapers, personal items, toiletries and pet food.</p><p><br>For more information contact Olivia Durham at 253-590-7977 or durhamo@cwu.edu.</p></br>Tuesday, May 191432049706