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"Take Five" for WSU and higher education, In the News

100+ Coug students take to Olympia

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Washington State University students – from across our state and representing all campuses – visited Olympia today. Kudos to students from WSU Pullman, WSU Global Campus, WSU Spokane, WSU Vancouver, WSU Tri-Cities, and WSU North Puget Sound at Everett who attended meetings about this year’s supplemental budget session, met with lawmakers, and visited legislative staff to lend their voices in support of higher education.

WSU Government Relations – Newsbeat

Some 100 WSU students turned out for the annual Coug Day at the Capitol today to advance the cause of higher education.

Some 65 meetings with legislators and staff were scheduled, a slate that approached half the offices in the state Legislature. Students came not only from the Pullman campus but also from Vancouver, the Tri-Cities, Spokane and Everett. Of those participating, half came from a WSU campus other than Pullman.

The event is organized each year by the Associated Students of Washington State University to support student involvement in higher education issues and the ASWSU legislative agenda.

Coug Day events can be followed on Twitter using the hashtag #CougDay2016.

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