• STUDENT LIFE

    “State of the Campus”

      At the State of the Campus speech on Jan. 31, Chancellor Mel Netzhammer addressed WSUV’s increase in enrollment rates, an update of the university master plan and information about the strategic plan. Netzhammer also [...]
  • STUDENT LIFE

    Black History Month

      What is Black History Month? February marks the month-long celebration of black history, where many can reminisce and educate themselves about the trials of African-American men and women. Black People United President Catherine Townsel [...]
  • LOCAL NEWS

    Sick leave for all WSU employees

    Thanks to a voter-approved initiative from November 2016, all WSU employees—including student workers—are eligible for paid sick leave. The sick leave portion of Initiative 1433 took effect on Jan. 1 2018. In addition to increasing [...]
  • STUDENT LIFE

    Free hygiene products in women’s restroom

    The Firstenburg Student Commons bathroom recently began providing free pads and tampons to to those who need them. A coin- operated dispenser in the women’s bathroom had the payment featured disabled to allow access to [...]
In the Spotlight

Student government workers to be paid through stipends

by Katie O'Boyle in IN THE SPOTLIGHT 0

Student government workers at Washington State University Vancouver will soon be paid through stipends. Students working in student government, the Associated Students of Washington State University Vancouver, are currently considered employees and are paid hourly [...]

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