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The Syrian refugee crisis in Washington state

The Collins Memorial Library archivists and specialists already have all the materials they need for the upcoming spring exhibit, but they are missing one very important thing: student experiences. This school year, the spring exhibit will be all about exploring the Northwest region of the United States. Although it will […]

The University’s Violence Prevention Policy
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The University’s Violence Prevention Policy

  When he heard the shots beginning to fire, the security officer took cover behind a nearby house a block away from the shooting. He immediately reported the danger to a student security dispatcher, who then related the incident to authorities. Soon after, assistance arrived on the scene to help […]

Students question bereavement policy
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Students question bereavement policy

When everyone was preparing for finals last December, exams and essays were the least of one student’s worries when they received news that a loved one had passed away. Fortunately, the student was able to take a brief grieving period thanks to the school’s bereavement policy. Two year ago, Puget […]

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Collins Library Exhibits Seek to Intrigue Students

Behind the Collins library doors lies more than books, stress, and empty coffee cups. The DIRT exhibit and “Behind the Archives Door” lectures showcase the wide variety of resources and knowledge that the university has to offer. On Oct. 6, the second lecture in “Behind the Archives Door” series took […]

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Pacific Rim students return to the Pacific Northwest

From playing soccer with monks in Sarnath, India to snorkeling in Manado, Indonesia, the students on the Pacific Rim (Pac Rim) program immersed themselves in the culture of Asia. After nine months abroad they are back to share their experiences. Every three years a group of selected students embark on […]

Environmental Policy and Decision Making available as major
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Environmental Policy and Decision Making available as major

Gears had been turning for a long while, but it was not until four years ago that a committee assembled to change the future of environmental policy and decision making (EPDM) at the University. Now, future students can open up their 2016-2017 bulletin and see EPDM listed as a major. […]