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Thursday, April 16, 2015 Free Press Page 3 .Contributed photo Lynn Burns/Cheney High School The Cheney High School March students of the month are pictured above. Standing: Dallas Brown, Aspen Tichey, Slater Steeneck, Matt Peterson, YaYa Jammeh, Ben Rose and Dakota Daniels. Sitting: Breanna Pomranky, Claire Israel, Alexis Miller, Litzy Zapata and Faith Kluth-VanDenEIzen. Not pictured: Coiton Rager. CHS M rch student of th month Cheney High School has released its students of the month for March. The students are listed as follows by department, name and class stand- ing: Dallas Brown, health and fitness, senior; Dakota Daniels, health and fitness, senior; Claire Israel vocal music, senior; YaYa Jammeh, social studies, senior; Faith Kluth-VanDenElzen, family and Consumer science, sophomore; Alexis Miller, world languages, freshman; Matthew Peterson, business, senior; Breanna Pomranky, hastrumental music, senior; Colton Rager, art, senior; Ben Rose, language arts, freshman; Slater Steeneck, science, freshman, Aspen Tichey, support services, junior and Litzy Zapata, math, freshman. NCUR brings thousands of students to EWU By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter Eastern Washington Uni- versity's campus, and Cheney, will be a very busy place in the next few days as the school and community host the 29th annual National Conference on Under- graduate Research, or NCUR, April 16-18. Eastern will host NCUR for the Over 100 Eastern students have attended NCUR over the years after honing their skills at the uni- versity's annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium, held each spring on the Cheney campus. The Symposium is the largest campus-wide academic event at EWU and allows undergraduate and graduate students to show- first time with the event bringing case their research after months in ail ~estim'ated 3,000 students ~oP15i~e~aration with their faculty and 700 faculty from colleges and mentors. Like the EWU Symposium, NCUR gives participants the valuable opportunity to pres- ent their scholarly abstracts and creative works - via oral/poster presentation, interactive exhibit or artistic display - in a formal, professional setting. It also gives students a chance to interact and it pre- pares them for graduate school universities around the U.S. and the world. "The opportunity to host this respected national event is evidence of the long-standing tradition at EWU to involve our students in research and schol- arly pursuits," EWU's provost and vice president for academic affairs, Rex Fuller, said in a news release. and fine-tunes their Workforce skills. For details about the conference, including a schedule of events, visit Paul Delaney can be reached at :' Friday, April 17 NOW iN OUR NEW-LOCATIOH! N6 h 0fiR sReld Eastern Washington University Public Surplus Sale by, Ethan T. Eddy, Moha- mad M. E1-Arag, Clayton L. Murray, Hannah M. Young, Skyler B. Hanson, Grace V. Sands, Vladis M. Zetchov, Faith Y. Boyle, Megan L. Memea, Henry C. Browne [II, Kley D. Davis, Margaret R. Mar- tinson, Jamie L. Sprague, Jason W. Inman, James D. Whiteley, Allison T. Adams, Rachelle J. Dean, Mavson J. Cowan, Eve- lina V. Kozhokaru, Kevin E. Nesterov, Corrina M. Storkson, Arianna J. McE- lya, Samuel C. Campos, Morgan R. Fischer, Joey M. Jones, Alexander J. Oltmer, Innessa K. Sip- ko, Stephanie N. Smith, Kyle P. Vietzke, Parker R. Jongeward, Cameron M. Villalobos, Kaylee R. Lienhard, Madison T. Riggs, Seth J. Burris and Gabriel M. Faught. 3.4 - 3.0 -- Aisfin B. Garza, Trevor J. Val- lance, Kale O. Abbey, Ashley N. Thomson, Ty- continued from page 2 lin M. Hertel, Braden J. Schonbachler, Veronica V. Turko, Lynn R. Port, Peter L. Hampson, Jus- tin E. Ward, Annica C. Grace, Brynn L. Tobler, Ralph W. Aiken, Cam- eron R. Jones, Amber N. Sanchez, Daniel Gonza- lez, Marisa G. Daceus, Elizabeth G. DeLaCruz, Seth M. Johnson, Jasmine R. Sprague, Liliana M. Watkins, Damian E. Ji- menz-Kreuch, Tarrah A. Smith, Joshua T. Syme, Jr., Awna C. Reese, Wil- named on Oregon State Univer- sity's Scholastic Winter Honor Roll. A total of 889 students earned a 4.0. To be on OSU's honor roll, students must complete at least 12 graded hours of course work. liam (Seth) S. Arndt, Ja- kob A. Bernsdorf, Alexys R. Deatherage, Addi- son C. Hinton, Isaiah J. Jennings, Maggie R. Mowreader, Alexxis K. Bowes, Shakira N. Abdul Kabir, Ashton B. Ak- ers, Mykaya N. Schulz, Tyronae M. Thomas and Xinyi Wang. Cheney School District WANTS to spend $44,9M. The NEEDS of the school can be covered by spending just $11.6M (new classrooms, safety, circulation & cafeteria). VOTE NO on April 28t". Take control. Vote NO! The bottomless What is that? Paid for by Bill Johns 12608 S, Scribner Rd, C:heney, WA 99004 taxpayersfore~dentschools@gmaiLcom Cheney's Amber J. Brown, who is majoring in biology, was one of 3,767 students who earned a 3.5 or better to be Brown makes Oregon State University honor roll