Looking for knickknacks, trinkets and gobs of used stuff? The International Student Association members will be selling their belongings before they move back home this Saturday, May 31, at Sutton Park. “It’s a fundraiser, but the money that they earn selling their stuff goes toward them,” said Vice President Atsumi Yoshimoto.
Although the end of the school year is just around the corner, it’s not too late to start thinking about a summer garden or even to grow a plant in your dorm room. The 15-year-old Gardeners of Cheney club held their annual spring plant sale event last Saturday, May 17, selling a variety of shrubs and flowers such as Primroses.
Sunday, May 18, 1980. Mudflows spreading 600 miles per hour. Day turned into night, ash carried into the atmosphere, blanketing the region. This Sunday marks the 28th anniversary of the Mount St. Helens eruption and in memory of this event, three staff and faculty members shared their experience with the famous volcano.
She hoped to be the second American Idol, camping outside in a line of 7,000 contestants in Los Angeles. Paula Abdul told her, “You have a really strong voice. You’re a powerhouse and you have soul to boot.” Simon Cowell said she had a “very good audition.
Okay, so there’s another crazy legislature who is proposing a bill that might bring an uproar if it ever becomes law. This time it’s in New York City. There was an article in last week’s Spokesman-Review paper titled “Proposed iPod ban strikes sour note.