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Students decry racism

More than 200 Washington State University students chanted and marched throughout the hallways in the French Administration and Lighty buildings from about 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Student placards and chants called for an end to racism. The students called for a meeting with President V. Lane Rawlins to discuss their concerns. However, Rawlins was out of town.
As an alternative, the students were offered the opportunity to meet with several other university executives to discuss their demands, but they said they preferred to meet with the president. A proposed meeting is being arranged in early March between students and Rawlins.


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WSU’s nuclear reactor pool gets a new coat

The tank that holds the research nuclear reactor will soon be coated with a new, flexible epoxy lining without the reactor ever having to leave its watery home on the Pullman campus.

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WSU’s nuclear reactor pool gets a new coat

The tank that holds the research nuclear reactor will soon be coated with a new, flexible epoxy lining without the reactor ever having to leave its watery home on the Pullman campus.

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Natalie Diaz to give reading Feb. 9

Diaz’s poem, “American Arithmetic,” is featured in this year’s common reading book, “Tales of Two Americas: Stories of Inequality in a Divided Nation.” She will give a reading at 6 p.m. via YouTube Live.

How does COVID‑19 affect our household pets?

As the COVID‑19 omicron variant continues to spread, some pet owners may be wondering how the virus will affect their favorite furry friend. The fictional feline Dr. Universe discusses the topic in this recent piece.

Murdock grant funds digital infrastructure

A research team has received an MJ Murdock Charitable Trust grant to develop a market-ready wireless receiver for data communications systems.

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