ASWSUV hosts upcoming Tamale Talk

The Associated Students of Washington State University Vancouver invites students to connect with fellow Cougars and enjoy free tamales. The event, which will take place on Nov. 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Firstenburg Student Commons, is aimed at getting students together to discuss issues and seek solutions to them.

While the event is an open floor for concerns, the organizers have prepared some topics they think attendees will want to talk about. “We have some topics ready for people to say which are the most important for them,” said ASWSUV’s director of student enrichment, Julie Mercado.

While some topics are prepared, she also said she hoped ASWSUV hopes that students will offer their own relevant topics that influence WSU Vancouver as a whole. The event will also have many clubs available, providing resources with ways to get involved.

Tamale Boy, a Portland-based restaurant, will be catering the event. The tamales are on a first come, first serve basis. For more information on Tamale Talk, visit the CougSync events calendar.

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