During a ceremony Friday [October 12] to mark the grand opening of Barto Hall, Central Washington University’s newest residence hall, CWU President James Gaudino took a poll of the audience.
“How many of you lived in a residence hall, or as we called them a dorm, sometime in your life?” he said. Several hands in the room went up.
“How many lived in one as nice as this?” Gaudino said, as most of the hands went down.
“This is an absolute wonderful facility,” Gaudino said.
Read the entire Ellensburg Daily Record article by Barb Owens here.
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