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Daisy Perez

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Stickers feature sex, politics and war

Daisy Perez, Scene Editor
February 8, 2018

Stickers encased in glass frames: A naked woman sitting wearing  a gorilla mask is captioned “Pussy Power.” A bold black and white sticker reads “IMPEACH NIXON” and another depicts former president...

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Hebeler Hall, which currently houses computer science departments, has been considered an option to be leased by the school district. Xander Fu/The Observer.

Ellensburg schools look to CWU for overcrowding solution

Daisy Perez, Scene Editor
November 16, 2017

A partnership between the Ellensburg School District and CWU to solve overcrowding within the school district could relieve taxpayers $20 million and also benefit student education majors. Valley View,...

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The sun head body puppeteer walks in the Arts Parade during the festival.

The annual Buskers in the Burg

Daisy Perez, Scene Editor
September 28, 2017

Children with glittery face paint look in awe as giant puppets fill the crowded streets. One puppeteer wears a dark purple robe with the puppet’s skeleton chest exposed. Children grab onto their mothers’...

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Daisy Perez, Scene Senior Reporter
June 1, 2017

Jack Lambert A young boy attended his very first play, Cinderella, at the McConnell Auditorium. He watched intently at the stage as Cinderella transitioned into her iconic sparkling ball gown. It was...

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Rock Against Rape

Rock Against Rape

Daisy Perez, Scene Senior Reporter
April 24, 2017

The 9th annual Rock Against Rape will feature the local rock band, COBRAHAWK. The band wants to help spread the Wellness Center’s message: That sexual assault prevention and additional resources that...

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Star-gazing

Star-gazing

Daisy Perez, Scene Senior Reporter
April 13, 2017

Jack Lambert In the planetarium, located in the Science II building, students sat in black theatre chairs. The Astronomy Club President Jeff Carter and Vice President Mike Brice, sat at the front of the...

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An Evening of Elegance

An Evening of Elegance

Daisy Perez, Scene Senior Reporter
April 6, 2017

Purple stage lights danced around the room during last year’s Evening at the Brooks, as men twirled women in little black dresses across the dance floor. Star decorations glittered overhead as a woman...

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Planes on Paper lands at CWU

Planes on Paper lands at CWU

Daisy Perez, Scene Reporter
March 9, 2017

With finals week quickly approaching, students seem to be caught up in the stress of exams, research papers and projects, as many students know, this is the time to stay awake with cups of caffeine to...

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Cartoons and Community

Cartoons and Community

Daisy Perez, Scene Reporter
February 26, 2017

Xander Fu                 Students were comfortably seated in the purple seats of Black Hall. Some of them ate SURC chicken and fries,...

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Condom Catwalk Review

Daisy Perez, Scene Reporter
February 16, 2017

Last Wednesday, Feb. 8, my roommates and I got a little more dressed up than our usual denim jeans, snow boots and jackets. We curled our hair and I finally wore that deep red lipstick I bought a year...

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All you need is love

All you need is love

Daisy Perez, Scene Reporter
February 9, 2017

Arber Demiri For Americans, heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, bouquets of red roses, giant brown teddy bears and dinners at fancy restaurants are common Valentine’s Day traditions. Andrea Sanchez, a...

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Secret Valentines Gift Exchange

Secret Valentine’s Gift Exchange

Daisy Perez, Scene Reporter
February 9, 2017

Giving gifts is just one way to tell your special someone how important they are. This year, the CWU chapter of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) began a tradition of a secret Valentine’s...

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Central Gaming Initiative takes gaming to a whole new level

Daisy Perez, Staff Writer
January 26, 2017

Boxes of donuts, scattered bags of chips and soda cans cover the tables as other gamers order pizza to prepare for the long night at the Local Area Network (LAN) party. Dozens of people bring in their...

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