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WSU Planner Cover Feats UW Building

Students at Washington State University did a double-take when they received their free student planners from The Bookie this week. The cover features a picture of a cougar, the iconic Bryan clock tower and a building that was a little harder to identify. Down at the very bottom of the cover, with beautiful brick and elegant cherry trees is Savery Hall, a building located at the heart of the campus of WSU's sworn rival – the University of Washington. A distraught manager Leslie (no last name provided) at WSU's bookstore The Bookie says they are aware of the problem and are working with the unidentified vendor to come to a solution/Anna Izenman, KXLY. More here. (Photo: KXLY)

Question: Can you imagine the commotion in North Idaho, if a UIdaho booklet included a well-known Boise State place on the cover?

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