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December 12, 2021, 6:01am Business

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Giving Tuesday campaign spurs bump in charitable donations across Clark County

December 1, 2021, 6:55pm Clark County News

Many nonprofits across Clark County saw increased donations during the nationwide Giving Tuesday campaign, an event that promotes charitable giving on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Read story

Roben White, at podium, a member of the Washington State University Vancouver's Native American Community Advisory Board, gives a blessing during the ground breaking ceremony Thursday morning. White is a descendant of the Cheyenne and Lakota tribes.

WSUV breaks ground on science building

Roben White, at podium, a member of the Washington State University Vancouver's Native American Community Advisory Board, gives a blessing during the ground breaking ceremony Thursday morning. White is a descendant of the Cheyenne and Lakota tribes.

November 18, 2021, 6:54pm Clark County News

Leaders of Washington State University Vancouver ceremoniously broke ground on their Sciences Building on Thursday morning. Read story

WSU Vancouver plans groundbreaking event

November 9, 2021, 6:02am Clark County News

Washington State University Vancouver will break ground on its new Sciences Building on Nov. 18. Read story

Washington State University Vancouver staff and alumni welcome incoming students to campus in 2019.

Cougar QuickStart program helps WSUV applicants get decisions immediately

Washington State University Vancouver staff and alumni welcome incoming students to campus in 2019.

November 6, 2021, 2:46pm Clark County News

A new feature of Washington State University Vancouver’s upcoming Preview Day will allow prospective students to apply and receive an admissions decision on the spot. Read story

SALMON CREEK: The latest exhibit available to view at the online museum and library called The NEXT, a program by WSU Vancouver, is called "Trans(creation): A Celebration of the Art of Agusto de Campos," on display through Dec.

WSU Vancouver project opens access to virtual museum

SALMON CREEK: The latest exhibit available to view at the online museum and library called The NEXT, a program by WSU Vancouver, is called "Trans(creation): A Celebration of the Art of Agusto de Campos," on display through Dec.

August 7, 2021, 5:55am Community

A virtual museum and library of more than 2,500 digital literary works from around the world, called The NEXT, is available for anyone to view at the-next.eliterature.org. Read story

At left, field school students carefully clean wood and rocks found at the dig site along  the waterfront in Vancouver.

Students dig into Clark County history during archaeology summer field school

At left, field school students carefully clean wood and rocks found at the dig site along  the waterfront in Vancouver.

July 8, 2021, 6:03am Clark County News

If you’ve driven by the Columbia River waterfront in the last couple of weeks, you’ve likely noticed a group of students digging through the land near Who Song & Larry’s and are wondering what’s going on. Read story

In the back of a limo with a sparkling drink in hand, Kylie Dombrowsky celebrates receiving her bachelor's degree in business administration Saturday during the drive-through graduation ceremony for Washington State University Vancouver. "If we're going to celebrate during COVID, we're going to celebrate right," an elated Dombrowsky said.

Washington State University Vancouver celebrates students in drive-thru graduation ceremony

In the back of a limo with a sparkling drink in hand, Kylie Dombrowsky celebrates receiving her bachelor's degree in business administration Saturday during the drive-through graduation ceremony for Washington State University Vancouver. "If we're going to celebrate during COVID, we're going to celebrate right," an elated Dombrowsky said.

May 8, 2021, 8:13pm Clark County News

Washington State University Vancouver held a drive-thru graduation ceremony Saturday afternoon, transforming the campus access roads and parking lots into a mile-long procession route for graduates from the fall 2020 and spring 2021 terms. Read story

A fresh blanket of snow covers Mount St. Helens, in this December 2018 photo from the Washington State University Vancouver campus.

WSU to require COVID-19 vaccination proof this fall

A fresh blanket of snow covers Mount St. Helens, in this December 2018 photo from the Washington State University Vancouver campus.

April 28, 2021, 12:50pm Clark County Health

All campuses of Washington State University, including WSU Vancouver, will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for students, employees and volunteers engaging in activities on a WSU location and worksite for the 2021-22 academic year. Read story

Dr. Connie Kim Yen Nguyen-Truong, assistant professor at WSU Vancouver's College of Nursing has been working from home in Portland during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nguyen-Truong, 44, has been inspired to work on research about health disparities, especially among Asian cultures. Her parents were Vietnamese refugees, settling in Portland after leaving Vietnam in 1975.  "To this day I really hold on to the value they have in terms of the appreciation and what that means to be able to give back to our communities," she said.

Working in Clark County: Dr. Connie Kim Yen Nguyen-Truong, assistant professor at WSU Vancouver’s College of Nursing

Dr. Connie Kim Yen Nguyen-Truong, assistant professor at WSU Vancouver's College of Nursing has been working from home in Portland during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nguyen-Truong, 44, has been inspired to work on research about health disparities, especially among Asian cultures. Her parents were Vietnamese refugees, settling in Portland after leaving Vietnam in 1975.  "To this day I really hold on to the value they have in terms of the appreciation and what that means to be able to give back to our communities," she said.

November 21, 2020, 5:29am Business

In the 1970s, many Vietnamese refugees fled their war-torn country seeking safety in America. Among them were the parents of Dr. Connie Kim Yen Nguyen-Truong, 44, an assistant professor at WSU Vancouver’s College of Nursing. Read story