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The Observer

By the students, for the students of Central Washington University

The Observer

By the students, for the students of Central Washington University

The Observer

The CWU student section packed out during a game against Western Washington University. Photo courtesy Jacob Thompson.

Fueled by the fans

Jackson Roberts, Staff Reporter
February 16, 2024

CWU’s new and improved Nicholson Pavilion reopened to the public on Oct. 7, but they didn’t stop there as a brand-new student section was also opened for students to establish new traditions and have...

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Tre’Jon Henderson (right) and Quincy Glasper (left) looking down field after the snap Picture By Jacob Thompson / Thompson Sports Photos

Sports Observed

Jacqueline Hixssen, Isaac Hinson, Sports Editors
September 29, 2022

  9/22 Women’s Soccer Vs. Western Washington University Loss 0-3   9/22 Women’s Volleyball Vs. Montana State University Billings Win 3-1   9/24 Women’s Soccer Vs....

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Student athletes shouldn’t be paid

Student athletes shouldn’t be paid

Rey Green, Columnist
January 26, 2021

I am a student first, athlete second. As a young kid with dreams and aspirations to become a professional athlete, my first thought of whether college level athletes deserve to be paid or not would have...

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Opinion: What is a sack in today’s NFL?

Will Ortner, Staff Reporter
October 4, 2018

As we enter the fourth week of the NFL season, one thing is clear: the league has gone soft. It seems that every time a quarterback gets tackled, a flag gets thrown. Players and fans alike have voiced...

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Bittersweet farewell

Bittersweet farewell

Mikaila Wilkerson, Staff Reporter
July 19, 2016

Travis Box, the general manager for Central’s 88.1 The Burg radio station since 2013, resigned at the end of the school year. According to Elena Larrabee, the brand manager for The Burg, Box resigned...

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Sports opinion: no rings, no problem

Sports opinion: no rings, no problem

May 6, 2014

BY Chance Weeks-Williams Staff Reporter     Have you ever been in a heated sports debate about a certain player’s worth or skills, and the other person asks how many championships...

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Central baseball competes against Montana State-Billings

April 29, 2014

BY Spencer Hansen Staff Reporter The Wildcats baseball team continued their winning streak over the weekend by taking three of four games from the reeling, Montana State-Billings Yellow Jackets. ...

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Last week: Central softball looks to finish strong

Last week: Central softball looks to finish strong

April 29, 2014

  BY DONNIE SANTOS Staff Reporter   As the Wildcat’s (25-16 overall, 14-6 GNAC) softball regular season comes to a close, the team is looking to add onto their six game win...

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Last week: Central Washington University ready for tournament

Last week: Central Washington University ready for tournament

April 29, 2014

    BY MEGAN SCHMITT Staff Reporter   The Central Washington University softball team has been on fire the past couple of weeks, winning its last six games. This has...

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Wildcats track and field dominate annual meet

Wildcats track and field dominate annual meet

April 28, 2014

  BY Chance Weeks-Williams Staff Reporter   On Saturday April 19, Central Washington University hosted the 20th annual Spike Arlt Invitational meet at Tomlinson Stadium where the...

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Wildcat baseball sweeps Holy Names

April 20, 2014

BY Chandler St. Louis Staff Reporter   The Central Washington University baseball team completed the four game sweep  of the visiting Holy Names University Hawks. On Senior Day, and in the...

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King 5 Sports Anchor Paul Silvi encourages Central students to follow their dreams

King 5 Sports Anchor Paul Silvi encourages Central students to follow their dreams

April 17, 2014

  BY Camille Meador Staff Reporter On April 16, King 5 Sports Anchor Paul Silvi spoke to Central students about his career experiences and pursuing their dreams. Silvi presented to a...

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