ELLENSBURG, Wash. -- The effect of World War II on Central Washington University students, faculty, administrators, and the cadets is the subject of a new exhibit, No Place Untouched by War, created by senior Kevin Sodano, with assistance from senior Michael Chapman. World War II has always captured the imagination of Sodano, who is a museum studies minor, a history major, and a living history re-enactor of WWII. The exhibit is located on the fourth floor of Barge Hall and will be open Friday afternoon June 8. The exhibit will continue throughout the summer and will be open to the public during normal building hours.
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