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    FINALS WEEK

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    WSU Vancouver’s Own Carolyn Long Runs for Congress

    The race for the 3rd Congressional District Democratic nomination just got more interesting – Carolyn Long, constitutional law and politics professor at Washington State University Vancouver, filed Federal Election Commission paperwork on Nov. 13 stating [...]
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    Inclement weather policy update

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    Budget update

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    Lights, dance and unity

    Students, staff, and faculty had a chance to participate in Diwali in the Firstenburg Student Commons on Nov. 7. According to Forbes contributor, Tarandip Kaur, Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit, and is translated as [...]
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WSU Vancouver’s Own Carolyn Long Runs for Congress

by Jordan Stevenson in IN THE SPOTLIGHT 0

The race for the 3rd Congressional District Democratic nomination just got more interesting – Carolyn Long, constitutional law and politics professor at Washington State University Vancouver, filed Federal Election Commission paperwork on Nov. 13 stating [...]

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