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Stay social with school spirit

Stay social with school spirit

May 6, 2020

When beginning life at a new school, it can be difficult to get to know other people and feel comfortable doing it.  Noticing that a lot of individuals around campus were involved with different clubs...

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Paneal Holland

Baseball goes 1-3 to begin GNAC season

March 4, 2020

On Feb. 28-29, CWU Baseball hosted their first GNAC games of the 2020 season. Competing against the Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) Nighthawks, CWU came away with one win and three losses in the four-game...

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Paneal Holland

CWU Basketball keeps playoff hopes alive with two games left

February 26, 2020

As the season is winding down, both CWU Men’s and Women’s Basketball are looking to clinch a playoff spot over the course of the next two games. To make the playoffs, both teams have to finish in the...

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Courtesy of Samantha Wary

Men’s soccer club open to all students

February 19, 2020

CWU offers various student involvement opportunities, especially when it comes to sports. The CWU Men’s Soccer Club is open to any CWU student who is interested in tearing it up on the soccer field....

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Flores helping Wildcats make presence felt in GNAC this year

Flores helping Wildcats make presence felt in GNAC this year

February 12, 2020

As the CWU women’s basketball team heads into their last couple games of the season, the pressure is on. The Wildcats are led by their team captain, Kaelie Flores, who is a senior this year. Flores has...

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Urge to live at the verge

February 6, 2020

Deciding where to live, especially in Ellensburg, was stressful. Ellensburg offers lots of housing but not only that, Ellensburg offers affordable housing. As I was looking for places to live, The Verge...

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Riel Holland

Track and Field takes dip in pool

February 5, 2020

CWU’s Aquatic Center, located on Walnut Street adjacent to the football field, is a facility that can be used not only by the students but the community as well. The pool is 10 lanes and is 4 to 15 feet...

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Lucas contributing on court for Wildcats

January 29, 2020

Among his teammates, 6-foot-5-inch senior Jeryn Lucas is standing out and having a major impact this season. Lucas leads the Wildcats in overall points scored as well as averaging 11.1 points per game...

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Track and Field finds success in Seattle

Track and Field finds success in Seattle

January 22, 2020

As school starts back up and the weather gets colder, the Track and Field athletes hit the ground running with their third indoor meet, and first indoor meet since the end of winter break. The University...

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Taylor Clark