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Friendsgiving

Friendsgiving

Milenne Quinonez , Staff Reporter
November 24, 2021

After a year and a half of COVID-19 and a virtual Friendsgiving, The Bistro was filled once again with students. Although this time the café had a capacity of 100 students and within 10 to 15 minutes...

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CWU’s network engineers work to solve on-campus connectivity issues

CWU’s network engineers work to solve on-campus connectivity issues

Joseph Stanger, Staff Reporter
November 24, 2021

CWU’s networks provide service to students, staff and guests all across campus, but when a sudden outage can mean the difference between getting an assignment in on time and having to turn it in late,...

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A night in the life of a Club 301 doorman

A night in the life of a Club 301 doorman

Noah Wright , Contributor
November 24, 2021

Stepping into Club 301, you are met with the bright lights of neon signs, the faint sound of billiard balls being hit into each other and fighting not to be overpowered by the music blasting from the dance...

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Clothing drives in Ellensburg provide warmth during the winter

Milenne Quinonez , Staff Reporter
November 23, 2021

Winter is fast approaching, and staying warm during freezing temperatures in Ellensburg can be a challenge.  Allied People Offering Year-Round Outreach (APOYO) and the Clothing Center in Ellensburg...

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CWU Students weigh in on concert crowd conduct following Astroworld tragedy

Joseph Stanger, Staff Reporter
November 18, 2021

Earlier this month, fans from across the country gathered to attend Travis Scott’s third iteration of the Astroworld Festival, a two-day event in which Scott and various other artists perform in the...

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Q&A with Tracy Pitzel

Q&A with Tracy Pitzel

Stephanie Davison, Staff Reporter
November 18, 2021

Meet Tracy Pitzel, CWU accountant and recent contestant on the iconic television game show, Jeopardy. Pitzel competed on Sep 20th, nearly defeating Matt Amodio, who as of now has won 38 consecutive games....

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Q&A with Dr. Christina Torres García

Q&A with Dr. Christina Torres García

Stephanie Davison, Staff Reporter
November 11, 2021

Meet Dr. Christina Torres García, CWU’S new director of the Latin American Studies Program and assistant professor in the Department of Communication (who will soon be moving to the Department of World...

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Maj. David Liapis (then Lt.), Air Force ROTC Detachment 895 Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies, converses with members of the Royal Netherlands Army while touring a C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft that was parked at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, May 7, 2013.

Community celebrates veterans and their service

Noah Wright , Contributor
November 11, 2021

On Nov. 11, 1918, at 11 a.m. the world saw the end of World War I. The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month ended four years of violence which impacted the entire globe.  More than 100 years...

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CWU gives new purpose to fallen leaves

Joseph Stanger, Staff Reporter
November 11, 2021

It’s fall, which means it’s time for the leaves to float down from their branches and end up all over walkways, streets and in the gutters. But, instead of leaving them to decompose, become slipping...

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Questions arise surrounding accessibility at CWU

Joseph Stanger, Staff Reporter
November 7, 2021

Going to classes while living on campus isn’t particularly difficult: you walk the equivalent of a few blocks and you can get almost anywhere within minutes. But, if you’re a wheelchair user, getting...

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Q&A with Mario Andaya

Paije Maas, PULSE Magazine
November 4, 2021

MARIO ANDAYA COOL CAT, COURTESY OF PULSE Mario Andaya has been the head volleyball coach at CWU for 25 years. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Administrative Management and a master’s degree in Coaching...

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DEC to host Día de los Muertos event

Kimberly Lariviere, Contributor
November 4, 2021

A vibrancy of colors including beautiful oranges and yellows are what you will see along with brightly colored complex table set ups. There will be a craft section with sugar skulls for decoration, hand...

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