Campus recycling is not fulfilling potential

May 15, 2013
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By EVAN PAPPAS, staff reporter Tons and tons of recycling and trash are produced by Central every year, but while quite a lot of waste is properly recycled, there is so much more that could be done. Read More »...

Ten minutes with Jeff Charbonneau

May 15, 2013
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By ALYSSA MARTINEZ, staff reporter How do you feel now that you’ve made it to this point in your teaching career? The National Teacher of the Year award certainly is a great validation of what I have been doing the last 12 years. But it needs to be understood that I did not win this alone; success...

Central alum wins ‘Teacher of the Year’

May 15, 2013
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By ALYSSA MARTINEZ, staff reporter A trip to Washington D.C., welcoming staff at the White House and receiving a national award by President Barack Obama. Read More »...

BOD voter turnout down 40 from last years total

May 8, 2013
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By MATTHEW THOMPSON, staff reporter   After a month of campaigns and 672 votes later, the Associated Students of Central Washington University Board of Directors election is over and seven students can rejoice in their victory. Read More »...

Political columnist opens eyes up

Political columnist opens eyes up

May 8, 2013
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By JULIA MARTINEZ, staff reporter Glenn Greenwald, civil rights litigator turned political columnist, said Monday that nearly all human progress is “driven by people who have stood up and said, ‘I disagree with this idea’ that the society at the time considered to be the most precious, the mo...

1st Amendment Festival events end today

1st Amendment Festival events end today

May 8, 2013
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By PATIENCE COLLIER, staff reporter   Basic rights have been a hot topic on the Central Washington University campus, as the First Amendment festival kicked off this week. Read More »...

Faculty to be realigned

May 8, 2013
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By EVAN PAPPAS, staff reporter   The Provost’s Office was hit with a roadblock in their faculty realignment process last week after the Academic Department Chairs Organization advised faculty not to take part in the process, causing the provost to make various changes. Read More &raqu...

Bars, police, residents debate who’s responsible for drunken behavior

May 8, 2013
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By PATIENCE COLLIER, staff reporter   Timothy Bishop of the Ellensburg Downtown Association recently went on record with Central’s Newswatch, saying bars in downtown need to be more responsible for the actions of their patrons. Read More »...

Auschwitz survivor to share her story

May 8, 2013
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    By SAMANTHA MONTERREY, staff reporter   In 1944, Edith Eger and her family were taken from their home in Kassa, Hungary, and turned prisoners of Auschwitz, one of the largest, most notorious concentration camps of the Holocaust. Read More »...

Composting plant redirects after opposition

May 2, 2013
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PATIENCE COLLIER, staff reporter Residents of Elk Heights west of Ellensburg discovered last January that a composting company planned to build a facility in their neighborhood. Read More »...

Board of Directors voting begins May 2

May 2, 2013
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MATT THOMPSON and EVAN PAPPAS, staff reporters President: Bryan Elliott After considering various positions, Bryan Elliott made the decision to run for the President’s Office of the BOD. Read More »...

Get to know the students up for election

April 25, 2013
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By MATTHEW THOMAS and EVAN PAPPAS, staff reporters   VP for Academic Affairs:  Jessica Murillo When Jessica Murillo flipped through her high school annual in her senior year she was hurt to find that a misprint had accredited her leading role in Inspecting Carol to her understudy. Read More &r...

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