Nelson was a cheerleader of the CWU team, and the cheer and stunt team online expressed their sentiments through social media posts. UAA’s Cody Thomas took the lead in the heptathlon scoring 2,797 points. Central Washington’s Justin Peterson set a multi-event meet record in the high jump (6-6) and is second in the pentathlon with 2,577 points. Bjornsson, whose leap was a meet record and just 1-1/2 inches shy of the school record, also was the top qualifier in the 60-meter hurdles (8.86) and tied for fourth among qualifiers in the 60 (7.98). British postal workers are planning biggest strike of the summer on Friday.

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TASSELS Students with colored tassels are receiving honors from CWU. Students with red tassels are graduating Cum Laude or with distinction. Those with silver tassels are graduating Magna Cum Laude or with high distinction. Those with gold tassels are graduating Summa Cum Laude or with highest distinction. HONORS Dean’s Scholars are those students who have achieved a GPA that places them in the top 5 percent of their respective academic college.

I have worked with kids of all ages for many years and I get along with people very well. I do have a car so I enjoy taking kids on outings and doing fun activities. A Go-Fund-Me account to assist the family of a Wenatchee High School graduate who was killed in a two-vehicle collision Saturday on Blewett Pass had raised more than $16,000 by this morning.

Jamie Ashcroft tied the meet record in the prelims of the 60, posting a time of 7.67 and matching Lasha Essien’s 2010 record. Northwest Nazarene, which got a GNAC and meet-record performance from freshman Alison Silva in the pole vault, takes a six-point lead over Western Washington (51-45) going into Saturday’s action. Myers was the top qualifier in the men’s 60 hurdles in 8.30, tying the school record he set earlier this season. Sydney Coffey (Sr., Boulder, CO/Niwot) had the best qualifying time of 57.72 in the women’s 400.

The mace, on display in the Board of Trustees meeting room in Barge Hall, is used only for official university functions. UNIVERSITY MOTTO Docendo discimus is Latin for “by teaching we learn.” That is the motto and driving principle behind CWU, one of six state-assisted, four-year institutions ksu demographics of higher education in Washington. CWU brings university education into communities throughout the state. The university’s residential campus is in Ellensburg, but it is co-located with community colleges in Des Moines, Lynnwood, Moses Lake, Pierce County, Yakima, and Wenatchee.

President’s Scholars are those students who have achieved a GPA that places them in the top 1 percent of their respective academic college. The Medallion Award recipients are graduating students who earn the highest GPA of all students in their respective academic college. All scholars can be identified by the gold university medallions worn around their necks. The first field events (men’s weight throw, women’s high jump) start at 10 a.m. Tanya Bjornsson of Western Washington also set a meet record in winning the long jump. She won two events last year in scoring 33 points and earning the Outstanding Female Performer honors, but the long jump was not one of the two.

THE MACE Since the Middle Ages, the mace has served as a symbol of power and authority. Originally designed as a weapon of battle, it gradually assumed a more ceremonial role and was typically carried by kings and church leaders as a sign of office. Wilhelm Bakke, emeritus professor of Industrial and Engineering Technology, crafted Central’s mace. It consists of a shaft of solid walnut, taken from a tree in the Kittitas Valley, surmounted by a four-sided headpiece plated in 24K gold. Three of the sides bear the letters, “C,” “W,” “U,” while the fourth bears the university seal. Two of the sides are backed by the university colors, crimson and black, and the others by the color green, signifying the Evergreen State.