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KCWU top radio station in the nation

At the 2015 Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Awards in New York City, KCWU-FM 88.1 The 'Burg took home the award for Best College Radio Station with more than 10,000 students enrolled. KCWU…

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Career fair brings employers to students

Ninety organizations recruited Wildcats for jobs, internships and graduate school at the spring career fair hosted by CWU Career Services. Students were able to network with recruiters in various…

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Raymond Wheeler Audio Interview, part 1

Raymond (Ray) Wheeler taught in the music department at Central Washington University, 1964-1994.

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David Spraw Audio Interview, part 5

David Spraw talks about Easton, Washington--and particularly about the local railroad and logging at Cabin Creek. He talks about mail delivery in Easton and how the railroads changed the town. He…

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Anton (Tony) Marusa Video Interview, part 3

Anton (Tony) Marusa talks about his Czechoslovakian roots and his life in Roslyn, Washington. He discusses his father?s work in the Northwestern Improvement Company No. 7 and No. 5 Mines, as well as…

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Anthony (Tony) Minerich Video Interview, part 2

Anthony (Tony) Minerich (b. January 18, 1918, in Roslyn, Washington) spent several years working in local coal mines before he and his brother, Joe, enlisted in the army during World War II. After…

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Ethel Craven Audio Interview, part 2

Ethel Florence Craven (1906-1993) was born into one of the African American families who were recruited to break a coal mining strike in Roslyn, Washington, in 1888. Craven married a coal miner,…

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Morris Jenkins Audio Interview, 2000

Morris Jenkins (1908-2006) was one of nine children born to Byron and Mary Jenkins in Lucille, Idaho. Following a family tragedy, he was raised in foster care and received his education at Sandpoint,…

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Fanny Meritich Audio Interview, part 2

Fanny Meritich immigrated to the United States in 1907. She discusses education, transportation, religion, work, language, and home life in the old country as well as the Great Depression in the…

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James (Jim) Larrigan Audio Interview, part 1

James (Jim) Larrigan talks about his parents, James (Jim) Larrigan, Sr., and Janette Hogan. He talks about his Canadian, Scottish, and Irish roots, and describes his childhood in the Ronald,…

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John Rigek Audio Interview, part 1

John Rigek talks about his family, the Rigeks and Klauses, and his work in the Northwestern Improvement Company coal mines at Cle Elum, Washington. He talks about shooting coal, working conditions in…

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