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(no subject) [Dec. 14th, 2010|09:11 pm]
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juryrig
For those of you who are under the federal poverty line, there is a program called Take Charge that provides a year of free birth control to eligible individuals. Due to the budget crisis, this program will end in February 2011. People who enroll before February 28th, 2011 will still be able to receive the year of free birth control. This also includes birth control that lasts longer than a year, such as IUDs.
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From OR to AK to WA [Sep. 11th, 2010|01:26 am]
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melissad
My boyfriend is looking at applying for grad school at WSU. Can anyone here give me some idea on how the job market is in Pullman & Moscow, ID? If he gets accepted, I'll need to find a job that can support us both. Also, housing seems pretty inexpensive (compared to what I am used to), this makes me think that wages must be pretty low. Is this true? What off campus areas for housing should we steer clear of? What nuggets of advice can you give a Pullman noob?

I am hoping we can make a visit to the area next summer.
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ATTN: students with a .edu email address [Jul. 21st, 2010|11:42 am]
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backstabber
Amazon is offering a free 1 year subscription to Amazon Prime (Which usually costs $79 a year. Perks include free 2 day shipping, and $3.99 overnight shipping): http://amzn.to/bSH8jP (url shortened with bit.ly)

This is being marketed towards college students but all you need is a valid .edu email address, so teachers and alumni might be able to benefit from this too (though the Terms of Service does say they have the right to ask for proof that you are a current student).

I apologize if you have already heard about this amazing deal. I just want to help spread the word on this before they stop offering it. I am not an employee of Amazon, nor do I gain anything from people signing up for this service.
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Not our university but still apropos [Jul. 11th, 2010|11:00 pm]
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cyranothe2nd

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WSU Event: Superiority of Secular Morality [Mar. 15th, 2010|05:30 pm]
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cyranothe2nd

"Superiority of Secular Morality" with Matt Dillahunty

   
Date:
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Time:
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location:
Cub Auditorium
Cost: Free!!

The Atheist Agnostic Student Group is sponsoring "Superiority of Secular Morality" a presentation by Matt Dillahunty. Matt Dillahunty is a radio show host rooted in Austin, Texas that discusses the variety of controversial topics surrounding Atheism. His presentation will include a brief powerpoint followed by a Q and A.

Come by Wednesday March 24 at 6pm in the Cub Auditorium to "Ask an Atheist"

  For more info, please check out our Facebook page for the event: www.facebook.com/event.php
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long shot [Dec. 29th, 2009|11:48 pm]
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vegan_eben
Does anyone on here have access to WSU library in particular WSU proquest privileges? I need access to a unpublished dissertation, but am hoping not to pay the $50 as I am a broke grad student at another Washington university. I wouldn't ask if I didn't have to, its just one of the only other studies on what I am writing my thesis on.

Thanks!
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What happened to Kristen Grindley,who is responsible, and why? [Dec. 6th, 2009|05:07 am]
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eveningscribe
[Current Location |Apt.]
[mood |frustratedfrustrated]

It is beginning to look as though we're starting to have yet another Fred Russell situation on our hands. Once again a Cougar has been injured, and the responsible or involved party/ies are not coming forward.

"Kristen Grindley was found in a pool of blood on a rural road near Pullman, Washington on 11/11/09 in the early hours of the morning.
She was very badly injured. A person of interest has been declared by the police who are investigating the incident."

The Justice for Kristen Grindley FaceBook page.
The Rally for Kristen Grindley FaceBook page.

If anyone knows anything, PLEASE go to the police and help. I still like to believe that Cougars live up to their responsibilities.
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(no subject) [Nov. 24th, 2009|04:19 pm]
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applechowder
I need a ride on thursday morning before thanksgiving...
From University of Washington to Washington State University!
I'll help pay for gas =)
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New SportsLife College Football Preview At LifeEpicurean.com: The Big East [Sep. 16th, 2009|10:34 am]
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metrogq


The Big East has developed a bit of a reputation as the Rodney Dangerfield of the major BCS conferences-getting no respect. Despite the fact that they fielded a number of talented teams, and produced no fewer than 3 first round draft picks in the NFL Draft. The fact is, there’s plenty of talent to be had out of the Big East, and with a number of interesting stories happening at a number of schools, the Big East may well produce another new conference champion, and another school may rise from the ashes to see itself in a BCS Bowl. With a variety of schemes being employed, and with some top tier talent in the conference, there’s no shortage of exciting games on the schedule, and no shortage of teams primed to shatter the perception of the Big East as a second tier conference. With a lot of teams to like, and none that stand out, SportsLife will break down the grain from the chaff. READ MORE HERE.

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SportsLife 2009 College Football Season Preview: The SEC [Aug. 19th, 2009|02:29 pm]
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metrogq

The conference that is seemingly the king of the mountain in NCAA football, the Southeastern Conference, has yet again produced the National Champion, for the third time in three years, and once again, it’s the Tim Tebow & Urban Meyer-led Florida Gators. It truly must be great to be a Florida Gator, but will it be again this year? Do the Crimson Tide of Alabama have the bodies to make up for their losses in players moving on to the NFL? Can the LSU Tigers once again let the nation hear the roar of the Bayou Bengals? Are the Bulldogs of UGA ready to finally be the National Title threat they have been billed as? Who are the dark horses? With no further ado, we begin our 2009 College Football Preview with the SEC. READ MORE HERE.
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