April 9: Candlelight vigil celebrates grad student

Dina-WilliamsonPULLMAN, Wash. – A candlelight walk in remembrance of graduate student Dina Williamson will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 9, at the Carpenter Hall courtyard at Washington State University and proceed to Terrell Mall. Candles and cups will be provided.

Williamson, age 28, died in a three-vehicle collision Saturday night on U.S. Highway 195 between Pullman and Colfax, Wash. She was in the WSU School of Design and Construction.

Read more about her in an article in the April 8 Daily Evergreen WSU student newspaper here.

To donate to a fund to help her family, go here.



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