Central to cut 56 positions

Aaron Kunkler, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2015

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Budget restrictions are forcing Central to look for ways to cut costs and increase revenue. One way in which the administration hopes to do this is by cutting 56 positions across campus. According to Linda Schactler, chief... Read more »

Central Police Officer advises students on winter safety and travel tips

Simone Corbett, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2015

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With the majority of Central students being from the west side of Washington, concerns about traveling over Snoqualmie Pass is a hot discussion topic among students this time of year. As it should be, since such a scenic drive... Read more »

5 things students should know from the State of the University address

Colt Sweetland, Assistant News Editor

January 13, 2015

Filed under Campus News, News

Last Monday, Central’s President, James Gaudino, met with the board of trustees in McConnell hall and addressed several current projects and issues facing the administration and the university. Here are key updates that you... Read more »

Disability awareness on the rise

Haley Curl, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2014

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Disability awareness is spreading across the country, as diagnoses become more exact, and assistance becomes more of a priority. The United States Census Bureau’s website says 19 percent of Americans identify as having a... Read more »

Central Access provides reading services for students nationwide

Rashay Reading, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2014

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Central Access isn’t something heard about often, but it is a large part of the disability services at Central. The program provides students with access to alternative media such as books in braille and tactile graphics, among... Read more »

Gallery One hosts Mimosa Saturday

Camille Borodey, Scene Editor

November 20, 2014

Filed under Arts, Ellensburg, Scene

Last Saturday, ten women gathered upstairs at Gallery One for Mimosa Saturday, where they painted Christmas themed canvases while sipping on orange juice and champagne. The class was taught by Mary Duke, who traveled all the... Read more »