My name is Aric Reyna. I am a junior here at Central Washington University. I am studying History with a sports business minor. I enjoy extreme amounts of coffee and my favorite days are Sunday because of all the football that happens. GO Hawks! I am the Vice president/ National communications coordinator of the Residence Hall association. I handle all the conferences we as an organization attend and bridge the connection between Central and other schools in the country. My favorite thing about Central is the close community we have with every single student and that no body is above saying hello to one another.
Hey everyone! This is my second year involved with RHA. My freshman year I was the President of Barto’s RHLC, and during Fall and Winter quarter I was the RHLC President of Moore. RHA has been a huge part of my life here on campus and I’m so happy to continue to be a part of it in a different way. I am currently getting my Bachelor of Science in Anthropology, with a specialization in archaeology. I’m also getting my minors in Museum Studies and Theatre. With this focus, I plan on traveling around the world getting experience to understand the world in a new and different way.
CWU students! I’m a senior this year at Central, majoring in the Creative and Professional Writing specialization of the English Department. I hope to someday write screenplays and novels, later directing award winning films. Recently, however, I have been an RA in the residence halls, participated in RHA events and this year, became elected to the Treasurer position of RHA. In the coming year I hope to lead the RHLC’s in amazing programs as well as fundraisers to support the RHA body.
Richard DeShields, Central Washington University associate dean for student living, is the recipientCWU Apartment Staff Chosen As CWU Team Of The Year
Congratulations to our CWU Apartment Staff for being chosen as the CWU Team of the Year and awardedACUHO-I Professional Standards Institute
CWU Housing named as the host site for the ACUHO-I Professional Standards Institute in July.