8 Things You Need to Do Homecoming Weekend

With the fall temperatures approaching we know one thing for certain that’s just around the corner– Homecoming. This year, WSU’s Homecoming weekend is Oct. 5 – 6 with the theme of “Warrior Through Time.” Photo by Amy Nelson ’20 Here is a list of 8 things...

My Dancescape Experience

  As a freshman in 2015, I decided to audition for the annual Dancescape performance because I knew I wasn’t ready to stop dancing. As a dance minor, I knew I wanted to jump right into the performing arts first semester of college. It turned out to be one of my best...

Five Tips to Push Your Creativity

Thinking outside the box is easier said than done sometimes. Often it can be tough to be innovative and push yourself to try new things. But, I encourage you to use these tips below to help challenge yourself to think in new and creative ways. Photo Credit: The Blue...

Practical Fall Fashion Pieces

Fall is finally here and soon to come with that will be the colder weather. With the temperature change you will have to start thinking about the changes you need to make in your everyday wardrobe. For me personally, I’m thrilled to start wearing more layers, warmer...

Creating Community with a SEED

WSU did something new and exciting this past spring by planting a Sustainable, Edible, Education Discovery (SEED) Garden! Beginning construction of the SEED Garden. Photo Credit: Jackson Ramsland ’18 Here is a picture of the garden after the very first seeds...

Tips for the Incoming Dancer

  As a sophomore dance minor here at WSU, I’ve learned a lot from my involvement in productions and classes. Last year, I was a dancer in Dancescape 2016 and choreographer for the Senior Dance Show. This year, I was a choreographer for Dancescape 2017 and was...