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Don Hill Video Interview

Don Hill was born in Yakima and moved to Easton before he turned one. Don graduated from Cle Elum High School in 1955. He entered the logging industry at the age 10 in his father’s company. In…

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David Franklin Video Interview

David Franklin talks about his ties to upper Kittitas county and changes he has seen in the area in his lifetime. He discusses how his in-laws came to the area and how they made a living in South…

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Video Interview with Violet Burke

Violet (Vi) Burke talks about growing up in a household with twelve kids and being the middle child. Her family were farmers and she learned to enjoy farm life at an early age. She also discusses…

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Carlos Pelley's CAT tale

Carlos Pelley talks about memories of Central Washington University and presenting at history conferences.

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Carlos Pelley Covid Reflections

Carlos Pelley talks about life and work during the Covid-19 pandemic and lock-downs.

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Jampa Dorje on The Primal Book

Jampa Dorje discusses his creation, The Primal Book, and the ideas and events that led to its creation.

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Digitization on a Shoestring

Video demonstrating CWU Archives and Special Collections video digitization station assembled from surplus equipment.

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Cultural Conversations: Dr. Volha Isakava

Volha Isakava has been working at CWU and living in Ellensburg since 2014. A native of Crimea, Ukraine, Volha grew up in Minsk, Belarus. She embarked on her first international adventure when she…

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Rich Moreno Video Interview

Richard Moreno talks about his education and getting a masters degree in journalism from Columbia University, then early work as a newspaper reporter before moving into public relations…

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Taylor Roice's Covid Reflections

Taylor Roice talks about his experiences as a student at Central Washington University during the COVID pandemic. He discusses the move to online classes and graduating.

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Morris Jenkins Explores Old Indian Trails at 84 Years of Age

July 3rd 1992 First part: Roaring Creek, Lost Lake, old indian camps, beginning the climb up the old Indian trail. There are natural sounds along the way. Morris Jenkins talks about the old…

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Rebecca Lubas’ Covid-19 Reflections

CWU’s Dean of Libraries reflects on providing library services during a pandemic, exploring a very quiet Ellensburg, and keeping in communication with friends far away.

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Board of Trustees 5.13

The Central Washington University Board of Trustees will hold a meeting: May 13, 2021, @ 1:30 - 2:30 PM

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Theatre Dialogues: GOLDEN 4.23.21

A Dead Name That Learned How to Live Time: 4.23.21 Friday 10:00am-11:00am Voices from Performance series is a colloquium series that highlights the work of diverse artists, scholars, and activists…

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Donkeys, Dervishes, and the Borderline: An American's Experience in Pre-revolutionary Iran

Steve Horowitz, retired director of CWU’s ESL program, about his experience as a Peace Corps volunteer in Iran in the late 1960s. The presentation will feature the people and culture of Iran,…

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Theatre Dialogues: Noelle Scaggs: Diversify The Stage - 3.12.21

How do we collectively transform the live music industry? Time: Friday 10:00am-11:00am Voices from Performance series is a colloquium series that highlights the work of diverse artists, scholars,…

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