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Parents notified of first MIPs

Teresa Lane Evergreen reporter

October 10, 2013

From now on, WSU will notify parents of students' first offenses for underage drinking.Previous policy dictated that parents would be notified after their students' second offenses for Minor in Possession (MIP).The change was written into the Standards of Student Conduct following recommendations by ...

Shutdown reaches Cougar Battalion

Todd Plotner, lietenant colonel and professor of military       science, speaks in his office Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013.

Madison Callan The Daily Evergreen

October 10, 2013

WSU ROTC members are feeling the effects of the government shutdown as funding for programs and scholarships remain at a stand-still.Cadets in the program cannot access two forms of payment as a result of the government shutdown, said Todd Plotner, lieutenant colonel and professor of military scie...

ASWSU pushes appeals

Zack Briggs Evergreen ASWSU reporter

October 10, 2013

The ASWSU Senate delivered a resolution to the Department of Residence Life emphasizing the need for a transparent appeals process for paraprofessionals who undergo termination.At their Wednesday meeting in CUB 204, The Senate unanimously approved a motion to provide more than 150 WSU sponsors and r...

Details of Saturday assault near Adams Mall remain unclear

Chad Sokol, Evergreen reporter

October 9, 2013

Police are investigating an assault that took place Saturday morning, near Adams Mall on College Hill.The victim, a 21-year-old male WSU student, was admitted to Pullman Regional Hospital shortly after the incident. According to police reports, he said he had been dancing inside Stubblefields when an...

Pullman ‘master plan’ under way

Teresa Lane, Evergreen reporter

October 9, 2013

Students can expect to see construction start on three major structures soon as five new projects are placed on the WSU Pullman campus' building agenda, said WSU spokesman Robert Strenge.On Oct. 4, The WSU Board of Regents approved the construction of three new buildings for the Pullman campus, as wel...

Shutdown reaches WSU student veterans

Zack Briggs, Evergreen reporter

October 9, 2013

One week after the government shutdown, questions linger for more than 800 WSU student veterans about how the partial close will impact their education.WSU Veterans Coordinator Blaine Golden said the effects of the government shutdown have been limited. Communication with the Department of Veteran Affai...

Humanities Planning Group encourages collaboration

James Clark, Evergreen reporter

October 8, 2013

The WSU Humanities Planning Group hopes to fund up to two research projects for $3,500, said Debbie Brudie, Humanities Planning Group finance and budget manager.Recipients of these two grants will be decided in the inaugural Collaborative Research Project competition, Brudie said.Eligible recipients for...

WSU Global Campus awarded for excellence

Adanna Escobar, Evergreen news editor

October 8, 2013

Online education is a growing enterprise, and at the helm of this up and coming industry is WSU, said Global Campus leaders.The Global Campus, WSU’s campus for online degrees and certificates, received one of the highest national honors for online education. The Sloan Consortium (Sloan-C) announce...

Alleged assault near Stubblefields Saturday

From Staff Reports

October 7, 2013

Police responded to a report at Pullman Regional Hospital early Saturday morning about a man who claimed he had been assaulted outside Stubblefield's bar on College Hill.Pullman Police Sgt. Dan Dornes said the 21-year-old WSU student was intoxicated and possibly suffered from a broken jaw.Dornes said ...

WSU students now offered multiple health insurance options

Insurance plans offered to students through The Exchange come in four tiered coverage levels. For each level individuals pay a certain percentage of the insurance costs with the insurance provider paying the remainder. The numbers above represent the amounts covered by the provider.

Devin Trubey Evergreen reporter

October 7, 2013

By 2014, every American citizen must have healthcare insurance.To help students acquire insurance, WSU is offering options through either the university or the Washington State Health Benefit Exchange.The Exchange calculates cost based on the individual, considering special circumstances.“The coverage and...

Health Insurance Plans

Insurance plans offered to students through The Exchange come in four tiered coverage levels. For each level individuals pay a certain percentage of the insurance costs with the insurance provider paying the remainder. The numbers above represent the amounts covered by the provider.

william D’Onofrio | The Daily Evergreen

October 7, 2013

Insurance plans offered to students through The Exchange come in four tiered coverage levels. For each level individuals pay a certain percentage of the insurance costs with the insurance provider paying the remainder. The numbers above represent the amounts covered by the provider....

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