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 will go over terms such as 'microagressions,' 'marginalization.' 'ally,' 'privilege,' 'power,' etc. and give demonstrations/examples of these terms. We will also use art (poetry, music, etc.) as catharsis (artistic expression of emotion) in order to talk about how forms of self-expression allow for self/group healing.
Josh Ingebretson has been selected as the 2015 Central Washington University Student Employee of theCongratulations!
Congratulations to.. RA Josh Ingebretson as the CWU Student Employee of the year.Marion Andrin, CWUKeep Calm And Go To Class
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUFFm5_gD6MEllensburg Fall Orientation: Save The Date Postcard
If you are attending the CWU this Fall on the Ellensburg Campus do not miss these important dates. CCWU Resident Survey
The CWU Resident Survey is open for all on campus students through January 17.Your feedback is imporFYE/SYE/HYPE Aim To Cure The Winter Blues
The First Year Experience [FYE] and Sophomore Year Experience [SYE] programs are here to support stuNew Housing Staff Members
Housing welcomes Brad Sandefer as the Residence Hall Coordinator for the West Bassetties, and Eric S