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Alexis Madrigal

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Alexis Madrigal

May 2, 2020, 6:00am Community

Clark College Foundation reveals award-winning alumni recipients Read story

Virtual happy hour host Juliana Chau prepares a fiery cocktail concoction at The Grocery Cocktail & Social.

The Grocery bartender uses Zoom for ‘virtual happy hour’

Virtual happy hour host Juliana Chau prepares a fiery cocktail concoction at The Grocery Cocktail & Social.

April 3, 2020, 6:02am Clark County Life

‘Happy hour” is a magical phrase signifying a time to gather with friends, discover new cocktails and enjoy budget-friendly nibbles. Read story

A bottle of disinfectant is seen on the front desk of the library at Washington State University Vancouver as junior Travis Lynn works nearby amid concerns of COVID-19 on Wednesday morning. Campus closed Wednesday afternoon following Gov. Jay Inslee's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order to stop the spread of COVID-19.

WSU delays graduation ceremonies systemwide, including in Vancouver

A bottle of disinfectant is seen on the front desk of the library at Washington State University Vancouver as junior Travis Lynn works nearby amid concerns of COVID-19 on Wednesday morning. Campus closed Wednesday afternoon following Gov. Jay Inslee's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order to stop the spread of COVID-19.

March 25, 2020, 8:12pm Clark County News

The spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to take its toll on higher education, as Washington State University announced Wednesday that it would be delaying all graduation ceremonies systemwide. Read story

Washington State University Vancouver is seen in February 2018.

COVID-19 to push Washington State University classes online after spring break

Washington State University Vancouver is seen in February 2018.

March 11, 2020, 12:19pm Clark County News

Washington State University announced Wednesday that it would be moving all classes, including those at the Vancouver campus, online after spring break due to ongoing concerns about the new coronavirus. Read story

Randal Houle is on track to graduate in May from Washington State University Vancouver with a degree in English literature. Houle, here taking a break at the campus Jan. 10, was among the hundreds of thousands of Washingtonians who have some college but no degree. State agencies are targeting this population in an effort to improve college completion rates.

WSUV, other colleges help adults with some college but no degree

Randal Houle is on track to graduate in May from Washington State University Vancouver with a degree in English literature. Houle, here taking a break at the campus Jan. 10, was among the hundreds of thousands of Washingtonians who have some college but no degree. State agencies are targeting this population in an effort to improve college completion rates.

February 9, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

Colleges work to help adults who have postsecondary experience, but no bachelor’s Read story

Kim McDougall, financial aid outreach counselor at Washington State University Vancouver, helps to "demystify" the financial side of college for prospective students at local high schools.

Working in Clark County: Kim McDougall, financial aid counselor at WSU Vancouver

Kim McDougall, financial aid outreach counselor at Washington State University Vancouver, helps to "demystify" the financial side of college for prospective students at local high schools.

February 8, 2020, 6:00am Business

For most of history, college was seen as a positive step to advance one’s self, but it is now synonymous with the word “debt,” a word not commonly associated with advancement. Read story

Veronica Vichit-Vadakan, 45, has made a four-day appearance on 'Jeopardy,' racking up, as of Thursday evening, $89,001.

WSU Vancouver librarian hits big time with ‘Jeopardy!’ wins

Veronica Vichit-Vadakan, 45, has made a four-day appearance on 'Jeopardy,' racking up, as of Thursday evening, $89,001.

January 17, 2020, 2:45pm Clark County News

This Portland woman, a part-time reference librarian at Washington State University Vancouver, has won tens of thousands of dollars in a five-day run on “Jeopardy!” Who is Veronica Vichit-Vadakan? Read story

JD Rossetti, owner of Minuteman Press, second from left, is pictured with four WSU Vancouver business students who recently collaborated with the local print shop to help the business grow: Vincent Tsan, Travis Mollenkopf, Jason Gill and Alaa Elolaimi were part of the Business Growth Mentor and Analysis Program in the Carson College of Business.

WSU Vancouver students collaborate with Minuteman Press

JD Rossetti, owner of Minuteman Press, second from left, is pictured with four WSU Vancouver business students who recently collaborated with the local print shop to help the business grow: Vincent Tsan, Travis Mollenkopf, Jason Gill and Alaa Elolaimi were part of the Business Growth Mentor and Analysis Program in the Carson College of Business.

January 11, 2020, 5:57am Community

HAZEL DELL — Four WSU Vancouver business students recently collaborated with Minuteman Press, a local print shop, to help the business grow. Read story

Forum at WSU Vancouver to examine mental health needs

December 21, 2019, 6:00am Clark County Health

State Rep. Vicki Kraft, R-Vancouver, invites mental health experts and providers from throughout Clark County to join her Jan. 7 at Washington State University Vancouver for a discussion on local mental health care needs, and potential solutions to address them. Read story

Matt Wiles prompts his Ring camera system at his home in east Vancouver to record a video, viewable live on the device's cellphone app, Neighbors. The app wasn't working, however.

Doorbell cameras increasingly popular but raise questions, ethical concerns

Matt Wiles prompts his Ring camera system at his home in east Vancouver to record a video, viewable live on the device's cellphone app, Neighbors. The app wasn't working, however.

October 21, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

In the two instances that Dan Parsons’ video doorbell recorded crimes, the footage did not lead to his property being recovered or the culprits captured. Read story