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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

The many sounds of studying

The many sounds of studying

Danny Dang, Columnist
October 20, 2021

“Studying is so fun!” Said no one ever.  The idea of studying being fun is so foreign because of how stressful it can be and the context it is typically done in. Being that life can be stressful...

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Celebrate Day of the Dead this year to honor your loved ones

Milenne Quinonez , Columnist
October 19, 2021

As the weather gets colder, and the trees turn a brighter red and orange, we grow more and more excited about fall, those yummy seasonal Starbuck drinks and our favorite flannels we’ve shoved in the...

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A view from the Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy of a gondola(a long boat) with several passengers taking a ride.

No weary travelers here

Kate Caviezel, Columnist
October 8, 2021

Traveling brings happiness and peace of mind. The journey, the destination and the memories in new places all add up to the ultimate experiences that a person can have in their lifetime. It may tend...

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I need to graduate. Where are my classes, CWU?

I need to graduate. Where are my classes, CWU?

Star Diavolikis, Columnist
October 7, 2021

Getting classes that meet your requirements to graduate should not be something to fight tooth and nail for. It should not be an issue whatsoever. I attempted to apply for as many classes as possible...

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I’m thirty, I’m not dead

Addie Adkins, Columnist
October 7, 2021

There was a recent TikTok video I saw that cut me to my core. In a video posted by @jzez21, the creator reacts to a sound clip of someone saying, “To the older generation on TikTok, meaning, like, people...

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CWU shouldn’t continue in-person instruction

CWU shouldn’t continue in-person instruction

Addie Adkins, Columnist
September 30, 2021

CWU isn’t prepared enough to continue in-person instruction. There are too many unanswered questions and concerns, or worse, a possible lack of transparency with the student body about the answers to...

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The Rise of Phoenix: Why the Suns deserve to be in the Playoffs

Kenia Reynosa, Columnist
June 2, 2021

The Phoenix Suns make a postseason appearance in the playoffs after 11 years. The last time they made it to the playoffs was in 2010 only to lose to the Los Angeles Lakers in game 6. Since then, the team...

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Sign language should be taught throughout all high schools across the nation

Isaiah Salevao, Columnist
June 2, 2021

It is very common for almost every student to learn a different language in high school. Languages like Spanish, Japanese and French; languages that we are often not going to remember or use when we are...

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Seniors say goodbye: Enjoy your time at CWU, its over in a flash

Seniors say goodbye: Enjoy your time at CWU, it’s over in a flash

Kassidy Malcolm, Photo Editor
June 2, 2021

As my senior year at Central comes to an end, I can’t help but feel overwhelmingly grateful for all this school has provided for me. From meeting two of my best friends freshman year in the dorms, to...

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Seniors say goodbye: My advice to incoming students

Seniors say goodbye: My advice to incoming students

Derek Harper, Staff Reporter
June 2, 2021

My senior year here has been full of ups and downs thanks to the pandemic, but it’s opened my eyes to various aspects both in and out of the academic setting. While I think classes should’ve been in-person...

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Seniors say goodbye: Making the difficult decisions

Seniors say goodbye: Making the difficult decisions

Mitchell Roland, News Editor
June 2, 2021

On Sept. 13, 2019, my doctor told me a CT scan revealed a benign cyst on my brain, that I would need to consult with a neurosurgeon. This came after a summer of the worst head pain I’ve ever experienced,...

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Editorial: After so much talk, it is now time for action

June 2, 2021

A new chapter in CWU’s history will officially begin on Monday as new president A. James Wohlpart takes over for outgoing President James L. Gaudino. For the first time in 12 years, someone other than...

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