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UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Natalie CopelandHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Natalie Copeland, BFA Musical Theatre senior, has been hired to perform in The Libertinis Group's upcoming romp through the animal kingdom - "GONE WILD." They will perform in the Annex Theatre opening April 25.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name: Nick MainHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Nicholas James Tarabini, Blake Cranston and Nick Main placed in the top 12 of 187 Musical Theatre scholarship competitors.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Blake Cranston Hometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Nicholas James Tarabini, Blake Cranston and Nick Main placed in the top 12 of 187 Musical Theatre scholarship competitors.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Nicholas James TarabiniHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Nicholas James Tarabini, Blake Cranston and Nick Main placed in the top 12 of 187 Musical Theatre scholarship competitors.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Jordyn BrownHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Jordyn Brown $500 scholarship to attend CAL Arts Summer Intensives
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Paul BugalloHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Paul Bugallo, BFA Performance senior, recently received a full tuition scholarship for a summer intensive at CAL Arts Summer Intensives
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Wayne OgleHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Wayne Ogle took First place in the Technical Olympics-Knots Individual and the CWU team, The Techicats, First place in the Knots relay
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Jackie YoungHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Jackie Young, Focal Press/Rafael Jean Award, for her design "A Night’s Dream of the Arthropods" at the recent KCACTF conference
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Joanne KirckofHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Joanne Kirckof took first place in the Kennedy Center Regional Costume Design Competition for her Design of "Nightingale"
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Chad L. OswaldHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Chad L. Oswald, BFA Performance senior, is one of only 16 invited to join the Professional Acting Conservatory program at the Art of Acting Studio. Over 800 applicants seek admission to the program each year. The Art of Acting Studio is located in Los Angeles, working with acting techniques developed by Stella Adler, Harold Clurman, and Constantin Stanislavsky, among others. Oswald will begin the program this fall.
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GRADUATE STUDENTS
Submitted: April 14, 2014     Name:Seth CharlesHometown: Department: Art
News:April 7, 2014: Seth has work in a show opening this week at the Swope Art Museum titled Contemporary Ceramics International Biannual: Clay and Context in Terre Haute, Indiana. Exhibition Dates: April 3 - April 26
Submitted: April 14, 2014     Name:Seth CharlesHometown: Department: Art
News:Received first place award in America's Clay Fest II Student Division Show and Competition. The work will be exhibited at Ridley Gallery at Sierra College in Rocklin, California from April 21-May 2
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name: Justin AlmquistHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:MA Theatre Studies students Chelsea Roberts, Cassandra White, and Justin Almquist will be presenting papers at the national Comparative Drama Conference in Baltimore, Maryland (April 3-5th). Chelsea will be giving a paper on “Re-Historicizing the Rhetoric of Avant-Garde Failure: Six Public Acts and Their Outcome(s).” Cassandra will be delivering a paper entitled "Walls of Books: Heretical Education in Brian Friel's Molly Sweeney." And Justin will be offering "Neo (Liberal) Classicism in Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love.”
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Cassandra WhiteHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:MA Theatre Studies students Chelsea Roberts, Cassandra White, and Justin Almquist will be presenting papers at the national Comparative Drama Conference in Baltimore, Maryland (April 3-5th). Chelsea will be giving a paper on “Re-Historicizing the Rhetoric of Avant-Garde Failure: Six Public Acts and Their Outcome(s).” Cassandra will be delivering a paper entitled "Walls of Books: Heretical Education in Brian Friel's Molly Sweeney." And Justin will be offering "Neo (Liberal) Classicism in Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love.”
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Chelsea RobertsHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:MA Theatre Studies students Chelsea Roberts, Cassandra White, and Justin Almquist will be presenting papers at the national Comparative Drama Conference in Baltimore, Maryland (April 3-5th). Chelsea will be giving a paper on “Re-Historicizing the Rhetoric of Avant-Garde Failure: Six Public Acts and Their Outcome(s).” Cassandra will be delivering a paper entitled "Walls of Books: Heretical Education in Brian Friel's Molly Sweeney." And Justin will be offering "Neo (Liberal) Classicism in Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love.”
Submitted: February 24, 2014     Name:Seth CharlesHometown: Department: Art
News:CWU Art graduate student & Teaching assistant Seth Charles has received a College of Arts and Humanities travel grant to attend the UNF National Juried Exhibition. Seth had work accepted into the “UNF National Juried Exhibition.” Juror Bede Clarke selected 47 works from 245 pieces that were submitted by 87 artists. The exhibition will be hosted by the University of North Florida Gallery of Art from March 4 - April 18.
Submitted: October 17, 2013     Name:PhilippeHometown: Department: Art
News:Philippe’s artwork is featured on the cover of the Zone 3 book that Professor Bieloh is designing.
Submitted: May 7, 2013     Name:Matthew MontoyaHometown: Department: English
News:Matthew Montoya presented his paper "Tres, Tres Gentile: Politeness in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises" at the annual conference of the Pacific Northwest American Studies Association at the Watertown Hotel, Seattle, WA, on April 20, 2013.
Submitted: April 22, 2013     Name:Trevor PenlandHometown: Department: English
News:Trevor Penland presented his paper "Hollywood's Doing the Mess Around: The American Dream Myth, Celebrity Lives, and Ray" at the annual conference of the Pacific Northwest American Studies Association at the Watertown Hotel, Seattle, WA, on April 20, 2013.
Submitted: April 22, 2013     Name:Trevor PenlandHometown: Department: English
News:On April 20, 2013, Trevor Penland presented his paper entitled "Hollywood's Doing the Mess Around: The American Dream Myth, Celebrity Lives, and Ray" at the Pacific Northwest American Studies Association's annual conference held at the Watertown Hotel in Seattle, Washington.
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FACULTY MEMBER
Submitted: April 14, 2014     Name:Allyson KlutemkamperHometown: Department: Art
News:Allyson Klutenkamper was also selected by Dornith Doherty, professor of photography at University of North Texas for inclusion in PhotoSpiva, the 38th Annual National Competition and Exhibition. The exhibition runs from March 8-May 4, 2014 in Joplin, MO, and has a catalog available for purchase. Klutenkamper was also awarded the Columbus College of Art and Design "A+ Art Educator" award for 2014.
Submitted: April 14, 2014     Name:Allyson KlutenkamperHometown: Department: Art
News:Allyson Klutenkamper currently has work exhibited in Lens 2014, an international photography exhibition at the Perspective Gallery in Evanston, Illinois. Juror Martha Schneider of the Schneider Gallery in Chicago, IL selected her work as First Runner Up. The work was also granted the Perspective Members Choice award. Lens 2014 has a catalog available for purchase and is on display from Feb. 27 - March 30, 2014.
Submitted: April 14, 2014     Name:Ellen AvittsHometown: Department: Art
News:Ellen Avitts is heading to Chicago this week for the Popular Culture Association's annual conference. She will be part of a panel presentation/discussion on how to conduct a successful writer's workshop for scholarly writing.
Submitted: April 14, 2014     Name:Gregg SchlangerHometown: Department: Art
News:Presenting work in a public lecture at the University of Nevada, Reno Thursday, April 10th as part of UNR's Dept. of Art's Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Scott RobinsonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Robinson has recently been appointed as a member of the Washington State Thespian Society's advisory board.
Submitted: March 7, 2014     Name:Alejandro LeeHometown: Department: World Languages
News:Alejandro Lee delivered “Writing Tasks: From the Personal to the Academic” and “The State of Spanish HL Teaching” at the Second International Conference on Heritage/Community Languages at the University of California, Los Angeles, on 7 March 2014.
Submitted: March 3, 2014     Name:Vijay SinghHometown: Department: Music
News:Vijay Singh, Music, guest conducted the Delaware All-State Mixed Choir at the 2014 Delaware Music Educators Association conference February 21-22nd in Seaford, DE. The 140 voice choir was comprised of auditioned high school students from throughout the state of Delaware. Singh conducted the East Coast premiere of his composition "Seeking the Way" as part of the program.
Submitted: February 24, 2014     Name:Allyson KlutenkamperHometown: Department: Art
News:CWU Photography Professor Allyson Klutenkamper currently has work on display at the Collective Visions Gallery in Bremerton, WA, until March 1. Professor Allyson Klutenkamper also has work in a show at the PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, VT titled "Imagined Realities" juried by surrealist photographers Robert and Shana Parkeharrison that will be on display until March 14. There is a catalog for the show available for purchase. Professor Allyson Klutenkamper was also selected by juror Buzz Spector, Dean of College and Graduate School of Art at Washington University, to exhibit images at "PN29: Open," located at the Tipton Gallery in Johnson City, TN from February 17-March 14.
Submitted: February 24, 2014     Name:Stephen RobisonHometown: Department: Art
News:CWU ceramics Professor Stephen Robinson's had work accepted into the “UNF National Juried Exhibition.” Juror Bede Clarke selected 47 works from 245 pieces that were submitted by 87 artists. The exhibition will be hosted by the University of North Florida Gallery of Art from March 4 - April 18.
Submitted: February 24, 2014     Name:Dr. Shari StoddardHometown: Department: Art
News:CWU Art Professor Dr. Shari Stoddard Judged ESD 105 Regional Art Show. Always one of the crowd-pleasing events on the South Central Washington arts calendar, the ESD 105 Regional High School Art Show moves to the JA World site in Yakima's Terrace Heights area for the 41st edition of the annual exhibit that showcases the best creative work by our area's high school art students. The 2014 display of paintings, drawings, photography, sculptures and jewelry went on display Friday.
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STAFF MEMBER
Submitted: January 10, 2013     Name:David BarnettHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:The Museum of Culture and Environment at CWU opened its latest exhibit "Voices of the River: Life Along the Yakima" assisted with the talents of Theatre Arts scenic designer Marc Haniuk, supported by scene shop manager David Barnett, and design and production students Felipe D. J. Avalos and Erika Hinze. The theatre team "set the stage" for an outstanding exhibit by designing elements which unified an eclectic look at life on the Yakima River.
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:Cat McMillenHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:"Dream Girls" National Tour Supported by Nine CWU Staff, Students, and Alum for Yakima, WA Performance Cwu-Theatre Arts Costume Shop Manager Catherine McMillen heads up a wig crew of, BFA Design and Production ’12 graduate, Lacey Halverson, and BFA hopeful Danielle Bulajewski. Drew T Gibbs, current BFA candidate, has signed on to the set construction crew; while Felipe D. J. Avalos is working as a rigger. The show's wardrobe is supported by BFA Design and Production ’12 grad, Brian Johnson; BFA candidates Spencer Clouse and Alicia Renee Burch; with Rae Hengst, a recent transfer student seeking a spot in the Design and Production program.
Submitted: 05-29-2007     Name:Laura ReinstatlerHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Has been hired to work as the Costume Shop Manager for Idaho Repertory Theatre's summer season.
Submitted: 05-25-2006     Name:Veronica Gomez-VilchisHometown: Department: Communication
News:Veronica Gomez-Vilchis' and Lois Breedlove's proposal, "Empowering students through video and self-expression: A collaboration with Central Washington University and Wahluke School District," has been accepted for presentation at the National Conference on GEAR UP, July 2006.
Submitted: 02-17-2006     Name:Dave BarnettHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:David Barnett recently attended two sound conferences in Dallas, Texas. The first was called "Sound Reinforcement for Operators," where Barnett learned to operate, adjust and troubleshoot sound systems in order to achieve the best sound quality possible. The second conference, "Sound Reinforcement for Technicians," focused on the assembly and installation of sound systems based on venue space and production requirements.
Submitted: 12-22-2005     Name:Leslee CaulHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:This year's recipient of the CAH Staff Recognition Award, Leslee Caul, has established a thriving marketing department to support the Theatre Arts' degree programs and the productions of Central Theatre Ensemble, and launched a national ad campaign and marketing plan in 2005 that is causing quite a buzz both regionally and nationally. Caul was presented the award at a gathering of the college faculty and staff, hosted by CAH Dean Dr. Marji Morgan. Caul is a 1994 graduate of CWU's Department of English and has worked in the Department of Theatre Arts for 11 years.
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ALUMNI
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:EmilyRose FrascaHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Alex Garnett ’06 Performance graduate, joins EmilyRose Frasca , ’07 Performance graduate, in ArtsWest Playhouse's production of "The Little Dog Laughed," opening January 22.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Alex GarnettHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Alex Garnett ’06 Performance graduate, joins EmilyRose Frasca , ’07 Performance graduate, in ArtsWest Playhouse's production of "The Little Dog Laughed," opening January 22.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Ryan LandmannHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Ryan Landmann, 2009 MA Theatre Production graduate, is now teaching at University of Phoenix.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Will RaglandHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Will Ragland, 2012 MA Theatre Production graduate, reports that he is, “. . . terrified and thrilled to be a part of this Upstate [South Carolina] premiere in my home town's oldest theater.” Ragland will accomplish a life-long dream playing the role of “Javert’ in LES MISERABLES . The production will run at the Greenville Little Theatre May 30 - June 22.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Brian PopielarczykHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Brian Popielarczyk, 2012 BFA Design and Production graduate is now working at the University of Florida's Phillips Center Performing Arts as a technician. #CWUTheatre
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Emily UsherHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Former #CWUTheatre student, Emily Usher, begins her new position at Missoula Children's Theatre as Tour Actor/Director this month.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Darryl B. HovisHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:2007 MA Theatre Production graduate, Darryl B. Hovis, just began his new position as Education Director at The Chance Theatre, in Anaheim, CA
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Lauren PearsallHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:2011 BFA Performance graduate, Lauren Pearsall, returned this month to her alma mater, Redmond High School, directing "Bang Bang You're Dead." In the three-day run students raised$1452.75 for the non-profit To Write Love on her Arms. To Write Love on Her Arms is an American non-profit organization which aims to present hope for people struggling with addiction, depression, self injury, and thoughts of suicide while also investing directly into treatment and recovery.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Brittany MenziesHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Brittany Menzies, 2011 BFA Musical Theatre graduate, went off on tour this month with Missoula Children's Theatre.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Katie GeogheganHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Katie Geoghegan, 2010 MA Theatre Production graduate, was named Montana’s 2014 Theatre Teacher of the Year this weekend.
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OTHER
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Hometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:CWU Hosts 1,000 High School Thespians at Festival. Playwriting, stage blood, wigs, masks, and teeth are among the topics covered in workshops offered during the Washington State Thespians Annual Festival this week at Central Washington University. More than 1,000 student thespians and adult chaperones from 38 state high schools are expected to attend the Thursday through Saturday conference. Students will participate in workshops, watch their peers perform in plays and musicals, compete for showcase performances, and audition for scholarships. CWU will award tuition waivers of $500 to $3,000 to the winning students, which can be used fall quarter at any CWU campus for any field of study. The numerous workshops will teach students about audition techniques and monologues, improvisation, acting in commercials, dialects, African dance, scene painting, stage lighting, and much more. A Thursday evening audition gives students a chance to perform in a musical production planned for Saturday’s closing ceremony. Washington State Thespians is a chapter of the Educational Theatre Association. The organization hosts multiple events to honor student achievement and support theater educators in Washington. The Educational Theatre Association is a national nonprofit organization with approximately 90,000 student and professional members. The association’s mission is to shape lives through theater education. It operates the International Thespian Society, an honorary organization that has inducted more than two million theater students since its founding in 1929. CWU offers bachelor of fine arts degrees in performance, design and production, and musical theater; and bachelor of arts degrees in theater studies, and film and video studies.
Submitted: October 11, 2013     Name:CWU Student MediaHometown: Ellensburg, WADepartment: Communication
News:GREAT news! The brand new CWU Student Media mobile app is now LIVE and available for download on Apple OS! The app will be pushed into the Android marketplace soon. The CWU Student Media app represents: the Observer, Pulse, CATtv, Newswatch and the Central Communication Agency. The app will allow students to stay up-to-date with all the latest campus news from the various student medias housed in the Communication Department! The CWU Student Media app also features an exclusive "offers" section that0 allows local businesses to connect directly with students on campus! Coupon deals, bar specials, job openings, hours, location, and more! Don't miss out on the MUST HAVE CWU Student Media mobile app!
Submitted: April 25, 2013     Name:Scott HermanHometown: Department: Communication
News:Student journalists in Central Washington University’s Communication Department have won four major awards for their work on The Observer, the weekly student newspaper, and on Pulse, the twice-quarterly student lifestyle magazine. The Observer placed third in the Society of Professional Journalists' Region 10 Mark of Excellence Awards for "Best All-Around Non-Daily Newspaper” for schools with enrollment over 10,000. This category included scores of schools in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. The SPJ awards are particularly prestigious because the three issues on which the award is based are dictated by SPJ. News Editor Santos Herrera, a senior from Granger, won third place in Breaking News Reporting for his coverage of CWU Political Science Prof. Matthew Manweller's sexual misconduct investigation. Pulse earned third place for Best Student Magazine – a category that encompassed schools of all sizes. Scott Herman won second place in Best Nonfiction Magazine Story for his profile of student Corey Bradbury, who’d spent time in the juvenile court system before turning his life around and enrolling at Central. Herman, from Redmond, graduated at the end of winter quarter.
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:DepartmentHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Central Washington University’s Central Theatre Ensemble (CTE) production of Icarus: A New Noh in English was selected to participate in the 44th regional conference of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) to be held in Sacramento, California, in February. Icarus was one of only four productions selected for the conference, out 217 productions submitted by 64 colleges throughout the region. Icarus: A New Noh in English, directed by George Bellah 3, CWU professor, theatre arts, was created after several years of intensive training in the style of traditional Japanese Noh style. Bellah was eager to fuse the western myth and eastern performance style together in a single piece of drama. He has studied the performance aspects of Noh, a form of classical Japanese dance theatre, with the Noh Training Project, in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, since 2008. He has spent considerable time in Japan studying with Noh teachers, including a month-long sojourn in Tokyo. The play was written by Elise Forier-Edie, CWU professor of theatre arts. Forier has won playwriting awards from the Columbia Entertainment Company, Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission, and others. She has twice been invited to develop her works at the National Playwright's Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center. Kevin Salfen, professor, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, created a compelling score that deftly combines Eastern and Western musical motifs and provides a subtle counterpoint to the enduring themes of Icarus. Icarus: A New Noh in English premiered on March 1, 2012, on the CWU Ellensburg campus, and was subsequently performed at the Asian Studies Development Program International Conference, in Seattle on March 30, 2012 CTE last entered a production for festival consideration in the fall of 2007, and was invited to perform at the February 2008 KCACTF Region VII Festival held in Laramie, Wyoming. KCACTF Region VII consists of colleges and universities from nine states: Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, northern Nevada, and northern California. The goals of this national theater education program are to identify and promote quality in college-level theater production. To this end, each production entered is eligible for a response by a regional KCACTF representative, and selected students and faculty are invited to participate in KCACTF programs involving scholarships, internships, grants and awards for actors, directors, dramaturgs, playwrights, designers, stage managers, and critics at both the regional and national levels. Productions at the participating level are eligible for inclusion at the KCACTF regional festival and can also be considered for invitation to the KCACTF national festival at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC, and other awards, in the spring of 2013. Last year more than 1,300 productions were entered in the KCACTF involving more than 200,000 students nationwide. CWU has a tradition of incorporating Asian studies into cross-curricular activities. CWU is the only state institution that offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theatre and has 121 majors specializing in General Studies, Design and Production, Performance, and Musical Theatre.
Submitted: September 18, 2012     Name:Chris BruyaHometown: Department: Music
News:The music department has received invitations from the Jazz Educators Network (JEN, former IAJE) for the Jazz Combo 1 AND Vocal Jazz 1 to perform at this year's conference in Atlanta. That's correct, TWO groups representing CWU! This is the second year in a row that CWU will be represented at this national conference, this is quite an honor! In addition, this is the second national invitation the vocal jazz group has received in the past three years (ACDA in Chicago two years ago) and the second year in a row for the instrumental side of our jazz program. This seems to be a clear indication that our jazz program has distinguished itself as one of the best programs in the country. This is a fact that we are all aware of, but its always reassuring to have the validation with these prestigious invitations.
Submitted: September 18, 2012     Name:Nik CaoileHometown: Department: Music
News:The CWU orchestra has been selected to perform at this year's NAfME Northwest Division conference in Portland. The NAfME Northwest accepted performance applications from six Northwest states: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. Only a select few groups are chosen to perform at the conference, so it is quite an honor for our orchestra to receive this invitation. Once again I must say that this invitation is an external confirmation that our orchestra is one of the best university orchestras in the Northwest and is quickly making a name for itself nationally.
Submitted: September 10, 2012     Name:New musical originates at CWUHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Mama Tomcats Flying School, winner of the 2008 CWU New Plays for Young Audiences and the 2009 CWU Theatre Arts Youth Tour has recently become a musical! http://bigdogplays.com/playdisplay.asp?playid=250
Submitted: May 19, 2012     Name:Hometown: ellensburgDepartment: Theatre Arts
News:Viewpoints workshop presented to Theatre Arts majors May 15 and 16 by Annie DeMartino, Education Director of the Longwharf Theatre, Hartford, CT.
Submitted: April 3, 2012     Name:Emeritus Prof. Cindy KriebleHometown: Department: Art
News:CONGRATULATIONS! Emeritus Professor Cynthia Krieble and MFA alum Jeremy Mangan have work featured in an exhibition at the Linda Hodges Gallery in Seattle through April 28, 2012.
Submitted: May 16, 2011     Name:World Languages DayHometown: Department: World Languages
News:On Friday, May 13, approximately 130 students from CWU and area high schools participated in the 10th annual World Languages Day. Language and culture studies activities - musical performance, group dance, language, visual culture, martial arts, etc. - were held throughout the morning and early afternoon.
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