Provost’s food drive brings in 5,700 pounds

PULLMAN, Wash. – Community donations to the provost’s recent food drive totaled 2,845 pounds.

Washington State University Provost Dan Bernardo and Mrs. Bernardo will match that to contribute nearly 5,700 pounds of goods to the Pullman, Moscow and WSU communities during the holiday season.

The provost’s office is grateful to the community for its generous contributions.


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