35 years later, Portland flavor remains 35 years later, Portland flavor remains
Student Diversity is back with Noche de Familia celebration Student Diversity is back with Noche de Familia celebration
Executive branch election withdrawals extends election Executive branch election withdrawals extends election
Local writers discuss trials and triumphs of writing Local writers discuss trials and triumphs of writing
Student Life Student Diversity is back with Noche de Familia celebration

Student Diversity is back with Noche de Familia celebration

The annual Noche de Familia celebration continues providing support for Latino families

Research Research on campus seeks to increase the effectiveness of painkillers

Research on campus seeks to increase the effectiveness of painkillers

Investigations into the buildup of opioid tolerance

Sports & Recreation 35 years later, Portland flavor remains

35 years later, Portland flavor remains

Big League Chew creator Rob Nelson talks about his history with the Portland Mavericks and the magic they brought to the city of Portland

Events Local writers discuss trials and triumphs of writing

Local writers discuss trials and triumphs of writing

The semester long Pro Writers Series brings insight into the world of authors

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KOUG Radio open house invites students into the broadcast booth
Student Life

KOUG Radio open house invites students into the broadcast booth

KOUG Radio has been Washington State University Vancouver’s student radio station for over a decade, and on Feb. 25, the station held an open house to give students a closer look at the radio station and the people who run it. KOUG Radio is a student run internet radio station, […]

Mt. St. Helens’ barren regions offer questions, answers for WSU Vancouver
Student Life

Mt. St. Helens’ barren regions offer questions, answers for WSU Vancouver

How WSU Vancouver is contributing to understanding revegetation

President Obama proposes new proposition, direction for community college
Student Life

President Obama proposes new proposition, direction for community college

New proposal offers two years of community college “free for everybody who’s willing to work for it”

The Women of Distinction Event honors empowering women on and off campus
Student Life

The Women of Distinction Event honors empowering women on and off campus

Nominations are open until Sunday

Undergraduate travel grant gives students a path toward distant opportunities
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Undergraduate travel grant gives students a path toward distant opportunities

Travel grants assist students in attending conferences, competitions, and leadership development seminars

Research on campus seeks to increase the effectiveness of painkillers
Research

Research on campus seeks to increase the effectiveness of painkillers

Investigations into the buildup of opioid tolerance

Rats on cocaine on campus
Research

Rats on cocaine on campus

Research project that hopes to reduce the risk of relapse in addiction patients

WSU Vancouver Career Center sets current students and alumni up for success
Student Life

WSU Vancouver Career Center sets current students and alumni up for success

Located in the lower level of the Student Services building, the Washington State University Vancouver Career Center serves as a valuable resource for students to utilize in order to prepare for life after graduation. Here, students will find career counselors eager to help determine one’s academic interests and generate strategies […]

WSU Vancouver advisers recognized
Student Life

WSU Vancouver advisers recognized

Advisers Aaron Whelchel and Teresa Phimister win annual award

Associate professor Yoshie Sano wants to know, “how globally aware are you?”
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Associate professor Yoshie Sano wants to know, “how globally aware are you?”

Associate professor Yoshie Sano wants to know, “how globally aware are you?”