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Students vote in-person in the SURC

November 10, 2020

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Preparing for winter driving

November 10, 2020

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Winter quarter COVID-19 plan includes mandatory testing

Tamara Sevao, Senior Reporter
November 10, 2020

While many students can not wait to get home and eat a big Thanksgiving feast, some still worry about catching the virus.  In an effort to put student’s minds at ease, CWU will be offering free pre-break...

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Students struggle with homework loads as finals approach

Nidia Torres, Reporter
November 10, 2020

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) stress, anxiety and depression are factors that contribute to the downfall of a student's academic performance.  Students are bombarded...

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Ellensburg Cold Weather Shelter reopens Nov. 9

Nidia Torres, Reporter
November 3, 2020

The Ellensburg Cold Weather Shelter is an organization that aims to help community members during the cold winter season.  Coordinators Pope Don Green and Tiffany Metger state the shelter’s main...

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One of the country’s largest flag will rise in Thorp

Tamara Sevao, Online Editor
November 3, 2020

Shree’s Travel Plaza recently implemented one of the largest U.S flags in the country. The process to put it up took over a year.  The Saini family, owners of Shree’s Travel Plaza, had to get approval...

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The benefits of drinking tea

November 3, 2020

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Craft brewing gets a second chance

Jessica Perez, News Director
November 3, 2020

Earlier this year, the dean ordered the craft brewing program to stop recruiting students. Fears began to circulate that the program would be shut down. Then the program lost their facility in the midst...

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Where CWU students vote could impact local election results

David Snyder, Senior Reporter
November 3, 2020

Earlier this week, CNW asked students how they felt about the candidates on their county ballots. Of those who already voted, most either admitted not knowing much about the candidates or not remembering...

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