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By the students, for the students of Central Washington University

The Observer

By the students, for the students of Central Washington University

The Observer

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Peanut butter and chocolate is the best food combination ever created

Tapanga Krause, Columnist
February 2, 2022

Of all the different food combinations, peanut butter with chocolate is the clear winner. From Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups to chocolate chip peanut butter cookies and Nutty Buddies, it’s the right amount...

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Stop pre-ordering video games

Ty Mcphee, Columnist
January 26, 2022

Cyberpunk 2077, Anthem, No Man’s Sky, Mass Effect: Andromeda; modern games have become too dependent on hype to generate revenue instead of the actual games themselves. Overpromising features or gameplay...

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All food can be classified as a sandwich

Morgana Carroll, Columnist
January 26, 2022

You eat food, I eat food, everyone eats food. It’s become a cornerstone of the human experience. It is ingrained in our culture, in the way we live.  Some people often get very defensive over their...

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You Should Try Eating an Orange Peel

Jake Hassebrock, Columnist
January 19, 2022

With most fruits, there is a portion of the plant that we tend to avoid such as orange peels, apple cores and strawberry stems. What many people don’t realize is these seemingly useless parts of food...

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The Weeknd is the most talented artist of the decade

Evan Couch, Columnist
January 19, 2022

With the recent release of “Dawn FM,” The Weeknd has been on the mind and in the ears of music buffs and fans like myself. The Toronto native and music icon has once again captured listeners with his...

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Pandemic Life Alters College Life

Pandemic Life Alters College Life

Joshua Kornfeld, Columnist
January 19, 2022

Many college students starting in the fall of 2020-21 have experienced an entirely different school experience than their peers of 2019. A host of new restrictions, standards and mandates have altered...

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Satire: Wellington Wildcat spends three-night stint in animal shelter after lively night out

Katherine Camarata, Columnist
January 12, 2022

According to an anonymous student source, CWU’s own Wellington Wildcat was spotted behind bars in the back of the Ellensburg Animal Shelter’s truck last Saturday at approximately 3 a.m., with bloodshot...

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Ditch the New Year’s resolutions

Ditch the New Year’s resolutions

Addie Adkins, Columnist
January 12, 2022

Every year, millions of people around the world participate in an ancient tradition that has since been transformed and mangled into something completely different: New Year’s resolutions. This practice,...

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People should be nicer to service industry workers

Jamie Bass, Columnist
November 24, 2021

We’ve all heard people say that everyone should work a job in the service industry, whether it be retail or food service. My mother told me that I needed to because it would teach me how to work and...

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Battle of the Pies

Battle of the Pies

Jared Galanti and Addie Adkins
November 24, 2021

It’s a debate as old as time: which pie is better, apple or pumpkin? As we head into the holiday dinner season, it’s time to settle this debate. It’s time for the battle of the pies.   Apple...

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‘Dune’ 2021: Villeneuve succeeds where Lynch failed

Stephen Martin, Columnist
November 18, 2021

Over quarantine I finally got around to reading my weathered copy of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi classic “Dune.” While the novel is long with very slow pacing at times, I was nonetheless captivated by...

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Recipes for National Vegan Month

Katlyn White, Columnist
November 11, 2021

To all my vegans out there, it is your month; November is National Vegan Month. I am not vegan, I am vegetarian, but a lot of the recipes I have saved over the years are vegan recipes. I thought I would...

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