Joey Brakus, Staff Reporter
May 16, 2012
Students will no longer be able to rely on Study Day to cram for finals starting in the
2013-2014 school year. Provost Vice President for Academic and Student Life Marilyn Levine initiated the decision to get rid of Study Day, previously known as Dead Day. Levine sent out a survey roughly two months ago to the student body about whether or not to keep Study Day.
“A lot of the students I talked to never received the survey,” said Allyson
Mundy, ASCWU BOD Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Jeanette Genson, Staff Reporter
May 2, 2012
Anyone walking into the eastside of the SURC on April 25 had the opportunity to see cats, dogs and
other wild animals—not real, but stuffed—as part of Central Washington University’s Campus Lifea Stuffed Animal Petting Zoo charity event.
“We do it this way because hospitals require new stuffed animals and we want to make sure they are clean and safe for the kids,” said Maddie Schlesinger, junior film and video studies.
Evan Thompson, Staff Reporter
May 16, 2012
At the 2012 Great Northwest Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field championships, athletes are afforded one last opportunity to qualify for nationals.
They can either seize up underneath the tremendous amount pressure built up throughout an entire season of stress and intense competition, or they can rise above the turmoil and succeed in moving forward to yet another opportunity: a national championship.
The dream of a national title remained in sight for seven Wildcats, who all met the provisional qualifying standard for the 2012 NCAA Division II National Outdoor Track and Field Championships, held May 24-26 in Pueblo, California: junior Brennan Boyes (high jump), senior Jason Caryl (heptathlon), senior Kati Davis (pole vault), freshman Tayler Fettig (high jump), junior Braden Keller (javelin), junior Katharine Lotze (triple jump), and senior Bryan Mack (triple jump).