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One day this won’t be news

May 2, 2013

When I heard about Jason Collins coming out of the closet, my initial reaction wasn’t a sense of advancement in our country: It wasn’t the well-deserved praise for such a brave athlete. My first...

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#WeNeedToSeeOtherPeople

#WeNeedToSeeOtherPeople

April 24, 2013

Back in 1985, Steve knew before he met Missy that he would marry her. Not because of her Facebook profile picture or funny tweets, but because he saw her face-to-face every day where they worked. Asking...

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Letter to the Editor

April 24, 2013

The State Auditor’s letter concerning the Administration “Fee” does not save the students any money. The statement that it will is either the result of wishful thinking or the most bold-faced lie...

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Mac Clark

NCAA gets failing grade

April 10, 2013

By MAC CLARK, staff reporter Mark Emmert thought he had weathered the Hurricanes, got past the Buckeyes, and stayed strong through the Trojan horse. Well, I guess the NCAA wasn’t ready for a knight...

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Jeanette Genson

Earth isn’t free

April 10, 2013

By JEANETTE GENSON, scene editor I love the environment. Really, though, you can’t beat clean air, clean water and a recycled bottle on a nice spring day. Which is why it’s easy and even...

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Letter to the Editor

April 10, 2013

CHCI is a sanctuary. Tatu and Loulis deserve to live out the rest of their lives in the home that they have known for the last 20 years. I truly hope that the university embraces CHCI’s mission of...

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Letter to the Editor

April 10, 2013

We were 19, living together in Bothell, working minimum wage jobs, just barely paying the bills. I wasn’t on birth control. So when my boyfriend realized that the condom broke, we knew what we had...

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Letter to the Editor

April 9, 2013

By NOELLA WYATT I hope everyone took the opportunity to read the article that the administration wrote in response to the State Auditor’s letter “regarding the allocation of administrative support...

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Daily dash to scavenge for a space drives our editor around the bend

April 9, 2013

JAMIE TERRILE, copy editor Regardless of exams, presentations, two-hour long lectures and just sitting in class in general, sometimes the worst part about going to school is having to deal with the...

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University would be Loko to let chimps go

University would be Loko to let chimps go

April 3, 2013

By DANNY SCHMIDT, editor-in-chief Central Washington University is nationally known for two reasons: The first is our Four Loko incident, leading to the brief, Brett Favre-like retirement of...

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