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By the students, for the students of Central Washington University

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By the students, for the students of Central Washington University

The Observer

How Diverse is CWU?
Layla Taha, Staff Reporter • February 29, 2024

CWU is the "most diverse university in Washington," at least according to the banners displayed across campus. While the university claims levels of excellence in this department, how does CWU's diverse...

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Photo courtesy Yohannes Goodell
MEChA’s Week of Action
February 29, 2024
Unconditional Love is Emotional Support
Lee Beck, Staff Reporter • February 29, 2024

Anyone who has loved an animal knows how emotionally beneficial it can be. Coming home to an excited dog, cuddling with a fuzzy cat or even watching a clumsy frog fumble at catching a worm. The joy of...

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Marie Marchand/Photo by Sami Jo Photo
Connection Through Poetry
February 8, 2024
Asher Cai shoots from downtown. Photo courtesy Jacob Thompson/Thompson Sports Media
Asher Cai awarded Division II National Player of the Week
Jackson Roberts, Staff Reporter • February 29, 2024

With the final regular season game happening tonight, Thursday, Feb. 29, the CWU women’s basketball team has an overall record of 18-10 and conference record of 9-7. They have clinched a spot in the...

February 29, 2024
Paul and Feyds final duel. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Discovery
‘Dune: Part Two’ The biggest, boldest and best sci-fi film of the generation
Isaac Hinson, Columnist • February 29, 2024

Pretty much every decade has a saga, franchise or story that defines it. For the 70s-80s that franchise was “Star Wars” which was released in 1977, and had two sequels that followed in the 80s. The...

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