Learn to be a Superhero, Barto Lobby • 7 pm
Have you ever observed someone being bullied or picked on but didn't know what to do? This session is an introduction to becoming an ally, most notably an ally for members of marginalized communities on Central's campus. This session is for everyone or anyone; from those of you who may be confused about how to help someone out without "saying/doing the wrong thing," to those of you who have ever been helped in a way that you didn't exactly find to be helpful. Within this session we all go over terms such as 'microaggressions,' marginalization,' 'ally.' 'privilege,' 'power,' etc. and give demonstrations/examples of these terms. We will also use art (poetry, music, etc.) as catharsis (artistic expressions of emotion in order to talk about how forms of self-expression allow for self/group healing.
The 7th annual H.O.P.E. awards by RHA and NRHH: Thad O'Dell, Department of MathematicsGeraldine O'MaResidence Halls Close For Summer
Residents must check out of their residence hall within 24 hours of their last final. The residenceCongratulations To Erin Bacon
Congratulations to Erin Bacon, UHNSP Upholstery Fabricator for receiving the Employee of the MoRHA/NRHH Delegation Off To Univ. Of North Dakota
RHA/NRHH Delegation off to the University of North Dakato for the Annual NACRUH Conference in May.Announcing The New RHC
Announcing the new RHC Richard Mahler joining the 2015-16 team from the Univ. of Florida.Congratulations!
Veronica Guadarrama as the 2015-16 Award winner of the Associate Dean for Student Living Award. RHAIngebretson Honored As CWU Student Employee Of The Year
Josh Ingebretson has been selected as the 2015 Central Washington University Student Employee of the