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WSU Vancouver welcomes President-elect Kirk Schulz Kirk Schulz during his time at Kansas State.
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Student Life Green-minded VanCougs team up for Earth Week

Green-minded VanCougs team up for Earth Week

Events begin with talk by Yoram Bauman, environmental-economist and comedian

Research Research showcase spotlights student  work in diverse disciplines

Research showcase spotlights student work in diverse disciplines

Students share results of research projects in annual event

Sports & Recreation Boring wins beat exciting losses

Boring wins beat exciting losses

WSU hopes that a new defensive coordinator and traditional quarterbacking will lead to a more conventional style of play

Events Green-minded VanCougs team up for Earth Week

Green-minded VanCougs team up for Earth Week

Events begin with talk by Yoram Bauman, environmental-economist and comedian

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