The Observer

Music department’s Messiah proves a hit

May 1, 2014

BY Maria Harr Staff Reporter George Frideric Handel’s famous oratorio, “Messiah” was performed for the first time in Dublin this month 272 years ago. Today, the oratorio has become a popular...

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Open Mic at Sunset proves to be a tool for emerging artists

May 1, 2014

BY Emily Bontrager Staff Reporter   Groups of students gathered last Thursday night to showcase their talent at the first Open Mic at Sunset of the quarter. This crowd slowly grew...

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Art and Soul is the newest tattoo and piercing shop in Ellensburg

Art and Soul is the newest tattoo and piercing shop in Ellensburg

April 29, 2014

  BY Patience Collier News Editor   Art and Soul, the tattoo parlor on University Way, has a comfortable, friendly style: just the way Denver Monaghan, the artist and owner, prefers...

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Two students pair up to take on Burg 88.1

Two students pair up to take on Burg 88.1

April 23, 2014

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Emerald City Comicon draws Central students

Emerald City Comicon draws Central students

April 23, 2014

  BY Maria Harr Staff Reporter   Fans gathered from all over the United States to enjoy the special guests, events and generally nerdy vibe of Emerald City Comic Con held in Seattle...

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CWU joins community to protect the Earth

April 23, 2014

BY Patience Collier News Editor   Central’s Earth Day Family Festival, hosted by the Museum of Culture and Environment, will showcase the environmental efforts of groups around campus and...

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It’s Earth Day, do you know about the student garden on campus?

April 23, 2014

As spring quarter starts, farmers start planting their crops. The Central Coalition Garden is entering its second year and is excited about what the garden will bring to campus. The  garden is located...

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Open Mic at Sunset proves a success

April 22, 2014

Many kids are taught the importance of expressing themselves as they grow up. Through expressing themselves, they earn the uniqueness of their talents and doing things they love. The importance of doing...

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TONIGHT: Farewell, Auschwitz in Music Building, Free Admission 6:30 p.m.

April 21, 2014

BY Annika Lynch Staff Reporter   Central's Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ) and the Jerilyn S. McIntyre Music Building Concert Hall will host the Music of Remembrance's concert...

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420 in the 'Burg

420 in the ‘Burg

April 21, 2014

BY Camille Borodey Orientation Editor This year, Easter Sunday falls on April 20, which is known as the weed holiday. This Sunday will be the second 4/20 since weed was legalized in Colorado...

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OPR Spring Symposium aims to excite students of upcoming warm weather

April 19, 2014

BY Dillon Sand Staff Reporter Every year, the arrival of music, large tents, vendors and a Red Bull truck mark the beginning of the Outdoor Spring Symposium at Central Washington University. This year,...

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Central music composition grad finds success in ITAM

Central music composition grad finds success in ITAM

April 17, 2014

BY Adam Wilson Scene Editor   John Durham’s master bedroom is filled with memories of music.  Scribbles of songs he’s written, some of which are 10 years old, fill the drawers of his dresser...

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