Shiny new Science II on schedule

Matt Escamilla

July 19, 2015

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Providing opportunities for students and its faculty is the purpose of a university, and modernizing the campus with new structures and technologies will ensure it continues to accomplish that goal for generations to come.   Central... Read more »

Students Have Mixed Opinions on Plan for Big Capital Budget

Forrest Hollingsworth, Staff Reporter

July 19, 2015

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For the second budget year in a row, Central has won Washington State legislators’ favor. The university has been awarded a staggeringly large capital budget fund of more than $95.2 million dollars according to a memo released... Read more »

Central Faculty Votes for No Confidence in Education Associate Dean

Randi Gibbons, Staff Reporter

July 17, 2015

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On June 3, a confidence/no confidence vote was cast in relation to the ability of Associate Dean for Education, Dr. Virginia Erion to fulfill the requirements of her station. The voting ballot called to recognize six concerns... Read more »

Physical and financial danger looms as drought continues

Kelly Kneer, Staff Reporter

July 9, 2015

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In this summer of heat, low snowpack levels threaten another season of wildfires and low agricultural production.   A long hot summer after a cold dry winter   Continuing a trend in recent years, residents... Read more »

Fire and heat safety: keeping self and home from harm

April Radke, Staff Writer

July 9, 2015

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Summer is in full swing, with temperatures  in the valley soaring above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Students and locals alike are seeking reprieve from the heat and dreading the potential consequences upon themselves and the environment... Read more »

LGBTQIA+ Students and Their Allies Remain Cautiously Optimistic after SCOTUS Decision

Forrest Hollingsworth, Staff Reporter

July 7, 2015

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  On Friday, June 26, The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) made a decision that changed the definition of love, and marriage, legally in the United States forever. Same sex marriage is now the law of the land... Read more »

Central Music Camps: An opportunity to work hard and play hard

Randi Gibbons , Staff Reporter

July 7, 2015

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Starting mid July and continuing through the summer, Central will play host to a number of middle and high school students attending Central’s summer band camps, all accommodating different areas of music. Campers Work... Read more »