The Observer

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Recent NEWS Stories

The battle for the 8th district

October 27, 2020

With just a week left until election day 2020, candidates for Washington’s 8th congressional district are making their final pitches to voters. Incumbent...

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Two Democrats are running for the office of lieutenant governor

October 27, 2020

Current Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib will be stepping down when his term ends in December. Two candidates now remain in the race for the position.  The...

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Embracing the ‘L’ word

October 27, 2020

Grace Hendricks, a junior LGBTQ student double majoring in personal financial planning and in Japanese language, refuses to let anything stand in her way. Hendricks...

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Hunters’ tips for success in the field

Recent SCENE Stories

Playing by Housing rules

October 27, 2020

Residence halls have seen fewer residents as a result of CWU’s decision to have all available dorm rooms functioning as single residence spaces. Alice...

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CWU welcomes transfer students with National Transfer Student Week events

October 20, 2020

National Transfer Student Week will be held Oct. 19-23 and will include a number of events aimed at assisting transfer students with their transition to...

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Getting in the spirits of Halloween

October 20, 2020

For students 21 and older, the answer to quarantine boredom is simple: drink! Instead of meeting friends at a bar, some chose to mix up a nice drink or...

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Men’s cross country team looks ahead to future competition despite face covering challenges

Recent SPORTS Stories

DI Elite Rugby partners with CRAA for women’s rugby

October 27, 2020

DI Elite Rugby, the league in which CWU’s Women’s Rugby team competes in, has announced a partnership with the Collegiate Rugby Association of America...

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Straight from the horse’s mouth

October 27, 2020

The smell of the hay, the whispers of the wind and the creaking of the barn doors are just a small part of a horse enthusiast’s day.  Washington's...

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Women’s soccer looks to capitalize on a solid 2019 season with the return of key injured pieces.

October 27, 2020

The 2020 season for women’s soccer looks to improve on the strengths from last season. Conference success plays to the gameplan Coach Michael Farrand...

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My culture is not your Halloween costume

Recent OPINION Stories

A home on wheels: New college graduates should live in a van

October 27, 2020

For many students, the time period that follows graduation is the first opportunity they’re given to be free as an adult.  Between school, work and...

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October 20, 2020

Once the Super Bowl is over, people claim there’s no football until the NFL starts up again the following season. Yet so many people don’t understand...

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October 20, 2020

2017 was a huge year for indie games, of which I am a major fan. Games made without the backing of a large studio, often crowd-funded, developed over...

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By the students, for the students of Central Washington University