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A number of students participating in last years religion reporting project

Religion reporting project allows Murrow students to tour places of worship

GRACE HARVEY, Evergreen reporter September 21, 2023

The Murrow College of Communications is continuing to offer its religion reporting project this semester. The project is led by Murrow professor Tracy Simmons with the focus on taking students on tours...

During Passover, only specific and limited foods can be eaten.

What WSU students are doing for Passover

MASON MARON April 6, 2023

WSU’s entire undergraduate class is about 26,000 people. However, of those students, only around 150 are Jewish. According to the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism, Jewish people account for only...

Students who want religious accommodations must contact their instructors in the first two weeks of the semester.

Religious calendar allows students to celebrate holidays without class conflicts

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief December 2, 2020

WSU offers students a religious calendar so they can receive accommodations, such as moving an exam or an assignment due date, when classes conflict with their religious holidays. Professors...

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