After several weeks of uncertainty, Central's aviation program has salvaged its contract with IASCO Flight Training. Students have been inundated with confusing information, but are now being told they will soon be back in the air. There has been a 29 percent drop in enrollment in the program since... READ MORE »»
READY TO FLY - IASCO Flight Training has brought three planes to Bowers Field. The rest of the fleet is expected to arrive soon from Seattle and California.
The current Student Government didn’t have a whole lot to say about the tobacco-free zones that were created outside the SURC entrances, considering it was the previous year’s Student Government that enacted the changes.
Yosef Gamble, president of the ASCWU Student... READ MORE »»
SET BACK - The tobacco-free zones have been pushed back to 100 feet from the SURC.
The Kittitas County Planning Commission heard an earful from concerned Kittitas County citizens Tuesday night as the hearing approached its final and most controversial topic, marijuana production and processing.
Scattered amongst a crowd of about 100 people were a number... READ MORE »»
On Oct 7, about 30 people gathered in the SURC pit for a meeting of the Associated Students of Central Washington University (ASCWU). The meeting primarily addressed the recognition of clubs for the academic year. It also allocated money for homecoming shirts and revised the Tech Fee Committee Agreement.
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Central’s recently dissolved Academic Program Task Force (APTF) eliminated five programs earlier this week in its final phase, allowing four others to continue for the time being in an effort to reduce costs.
“In each... Read More »
Every night, starting at 7 p.m., students and faculty can call (509)963-2950, and arrange for one of the Courtesy Assistance Team (CAT) members to meet and escort them to wherever they need to go on campus.
CAT is a free... Read More »
The Science Phase II building currently under construction is going to be a good first step in Central reaching its goal of achieving carbon neutrality.
It is part of the goal for Central to become more “green.”
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Homecoming is here and the Central Wildcats have had their date picked out for a long time. The boys from the ‘Burg welcome the Western Oregon Wolves and their renowned passing attack, which is currently ranked 23rd (296.2... Read More »