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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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A look in 88.1 The ‘Burg

October 27, 2020

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CWU Police will respond to Halloween parties

October 27, 2020

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Halloween looks a little different this year

October 27, 2020

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A look into the performance Tell-Tale Gaze

Amy Morris, Reporter
October 27, 2020

The theater department is putting on the production "Tell-Tale Gaze" beginning October 29. This performance gives a new form to school plays. The name "Tell-Tale Gaze" was given to the performance because...

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CWU isolates students in Wendall Hill Hall B after coronavirus cluster found

David Snyder, Senior Reporter
October 27, 2020

Last Monday, Central Washington University teamed up with the Kittitas County Health Department (KCPHD) to test 169 residents and staff for coronavirus at the Wendell Hill residence hall. This came after...

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Ahmed Hassan uses his film “The Square” to show social issues in Egypt

Nidia Torres, Reporter
October 27, 2020

Ahmed Hassan is an Emmy Award winning cinematographer. One of his well-known films “The Square,” showcases political reform and social injustice in Egypt. Hassan and his partners in the film, document...

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Local fourth grader starts a pumpkin-selling business

Jessica Perez, News Director
October 27, 2020

Michael Eberhart began selling pumpkins he grew himself a few weeks ago. He first started his business so he could earn enough money to buy an oculus, also known as a virtual reality set. However, Eberhart’s...

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