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Pullman Police Officer Doug Anderson holds a box of Narcan, a nasal spray used for people who have overdosed on drugs, Nov. 2nd.

ASWSU: Narcan comes to residence halls, Greek Life

GABRIELLE BOWMAN, Evergreen news co-editor November 18, 2022

Narcan and drink testing kits are set to be available to students after Thanksgiving break. ASWSU President Jacob Martinez said the university will receive 30 opioid overdose treatments known as Narcan....

WSU Associate Professor Ken Faunce is presenting at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre on the history of the opioid epidemic.

WSU associate professor presents research on history of opioid epidemic

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief January 17, 2022

The Latah County Historical Society is hosting a series of presentations based on the Roots of Contemporary Issues class offered at WSU.  Dulce Kersting-Lark, Latah County Historical Society executive...

Drugs and alcohol are portrayed in a positive, fun light in pop culture, but that doesnt tell the whole story.

OPINION: Pop culture depicts drugs too positively

PORTIA SIMMONS September 7, 2020

In honor of September being National Recovery Month, I decided to investigate today’s depictions of drug use through pop culture, social media, television and the negative effects of it. Ken Faunce,...

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