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Horticulture Club gets some planting help

Members of the Washington State University Horticulture Club and President Kirk Schulz holding shovels after planting a Red Maple tree.
Members of the Washington State University Horticulture Club and President Kirk Schulz plant a donated Red Maple 'Red Sunset' in the alumni arboretum Monday, April 23, 2018 in Pullman, Wash.

WSU President Kirk Schulz grabbed a shovel Monday, April 23, to help plant the Horticulture Club’s latest gift to the University.

The Red Maple “Red Sunset” is planted at the Alumni arboretum on the Pullman campus.

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New mandatory ethics training

The new training requirement is part of an overall update of the university’s ethics policy that took effect in December. The policy serves as a key resource for WSU personnel trying to navigate state ethics laws.

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New mandatory ethics training

The new training requirement is part of an overall update of the university’s ethics policy that took effect in December. The policy serves as a key resource for WSU personnel trying to navigate state ethics laws.

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