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WSU To Look Into Peeing Complaint

Washington State University is looking into a report that a group of its students – males and females – urinated in full view of the public Saturday in Coeur d’Alene’s City Park. The university was contacted Monday morning by a resident and advised of the incident, said Robert Strenge, assistant director of WSU News. “The Office of the Dean of Students is reviewing the matter and attempting to confirm the identity of the organization and any WSU students who may have been involved,” Strenge said. If the university determines that WSU students were engaged in activities that might violate the school’s standard of conduct for students, an investigation will be initiated and witnesses interviewed. “If appropriate, disciplinary actions may be brought against individual students and student organizations through the WSU Office of Student Standards and Accountability,” Strenge said/Scott Maben, SR. More here. (Illustration: Wikipedia)

Original story: Urinetown: Lake City's Peeing Wall/HucksOnline

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