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Rock against rape offers more than just music

April 25, 2013

By ADAM WILSON, staff reporter One of the Wellness Center’s biggest goals is to spread awareness on the importance of preventing sexual assaults. They aim to do this through a rock concert. Rock...

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First-time comedy show brings comedy and music entertainment to the valley this weekend

April 18, 2013

By MARGAUX MASSEY, staff reporter When someone is asked how they got involved with their current line of work, one answer that is never expected is: “It started with a dare.” “I was like,...

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To ease the stress of school, students turn to Adderall, a dangerous prescription pill

April 18, 2013

By CHLOE RAMBERG, staff reporter Katie’s mind was completely blank as she stared at the mountain of homework piled on her desk. She was exhausted from pulling all nighters and didn’t think she had...

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Seattle artist Jesse Morrow will perform free in the SURC tonight

April 18, 2013

By ADAM WILSON, staff reporter Jesse Morrow has been a musician for years, but three albums and one overfunded Kickstarter campaign later, his career is just getting started. The Seattle-based...

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App takes social media approach to grocery shopping

April 18, 2013

By ALYSSA MARTINEZ, staff reporter The newly released social platform Flyerbug allows for not only avoiding unpleasant surprises like high food prices, but also allows users to find sales that don’t...

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New study shows students are skipping meals to take part in the new trend called “Drunkorexia”

April 18, 2013

By ALYSSA FOLAND, staff reporter A recent study has revealed many college students will refrain from eating so they can drink alcohol and avoid gaining weight. Known as Drunkorexia, this behavior has...

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Many events planned for Women’s History Month

April 11, 2013

By CHLOE RAMBERG, staff reporter It may not be as simple as checking a box for male or female anymore, as there are many people who don’t identify with these specific genders. April is Women’s...

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Campus rolls out the red carpet for incoming class

April 11, 2013

By ALYSSA MARTINEZ, staff reporter This Saturday will bring close to 2,000 students to Central’s campus for the annual Wildcat Day. Wildcat Day is Phase 1 of 4 of the orientation program that...

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Zumbathon raising money for young, talented students

April 11, 2013

By ALYSSA FOLAND, staff reporter Zumbathon is coming to Ellensburg to raise money for the oldest and largest scholarship program for female high school students in the nation. This year, Fabiola...

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Jacqueline Korn awarded Student Employee of the Year

Jacqueline Korn awarded Student Employee of the Year

April 11, 2013

By ADAM WILSON, staff reporter When Jacqueline Korn discovered she won the Central Washington University Student Employee of the Year award, she was shocked: Not because she had won, but because...

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Concert and auction to raise money for Starlight bartender’s girlfriend and children

Concert and auction to raise money for Starlight bartender’s girlfriend and children

April 4, 2013

By CHLOE RAMBERG, staff reporter Mark Joseph (“Joey”) Smith was the type of man that lived every day to the fullest. Joey’s life was cut short when he unexpectedly passed away at the age of...

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Former student turns love for EDM into party-packing gig

Former student turns love for EDM into party-packing gig

April 4, 2013

By Jeanette Genson, staff reporter Aleks Kimball-Moreno is a monumental part of the changing party and music scene in Ellensburg; home to one of the biggest party schools in the state. “He’s...

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