Happy 100th, Kamola Hall | Daily Record

Students and alumni file into Central Washington's Kamola Hall during a celebration of the residence hall's centennial, Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011. (Brian Myrick / Daily Record)

By: Barb Owens
Published: Oct. 17, 2011

Dale Comstock, Central Washington University emeritus professor of mathematics, was living in Munson Hall, CWU’s first men’s dormitory, when he met his wife, Mary Jo Lien.
She lived in Kamola Hall, the first CWU dormitory, from 1953-55. Back then it was an all-girls residence hall. Two years after meeting in a lunch line, they were married.
“It was a good place, course it was all women,” Comstock said about Kamola during the building’s centennial celebration Saturday. “Guys didn’t get in much.”
On weeknights, the women had to be in by 7:30 p.m. Comstock remembers a back door entrance to the building where all the guys and gals would stand and kiss until the moment they had to leave. (READ MORE…)


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