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Thanksgiving comes a day early in Idaho

Joshua McQueen, executive chef of Vandals Dining, and a few members of his staff spent Tuesday peeling about 300 pounds of potatoes, preparing 150 pounds of green beans, 30 turkeys, 14 hams and an array of sides for those unable to make it home for the Thanksgiving holiday.

EWU trustees trying to calm students’ fears of deportation

Eastern Washington University can’t block federal immigration authorities from conducting raids or deportations, but it will take steps to promote cultural diversity on campus, the board of trustees said during a public conference call Tuesday afternoon.

Trump agrees to $25M settlement to resolve Trump U. lawsuits

President-elect Donald Trump agreed Friday to pay $25 million to settle lawsuits against his now-defunct Trump University for real estate investors, averting a trial in a potentially embarrassing case that he had vowed during the campaign to keep fighting.

Petition asks EWU to become a sanctuary campus

Eastern Washington University faculty, staff and students are petitioning the school to become a “sanctuary” university following Donald Trump’s presidential victory.

Trump University trial delay being considered by judge

A federal judge in San Diego has scheduled a hearing to consider a request by lawyers for President-elect Donald Trump to delay a civil fraud trial involving his now-defunct Trump University until after his inauguration in January.

WSU car tagging incident termed a felony hate crime

The Pullman Police Department is calling upon the public to help find the person or people behind the anti-gay slurs tagged on a vehicle belonging to a gay Washington State University student Wednesday night.

Case goes to jury in deadly 2014 university shooting

The trial of a man charged with killing a student and wounding two others before being tackled by another student at a small private Seattle university in 2014 went to the jury for deliberations Monday after closing arguments.

Lawyers file motion to delay Trump University trial

Donald Trump’s attorneys filed a motion to delay until after the presidential inauguration a class-action fraud lawsuit involving the president-elect and his now-defunct Trump University.

Gonzaga students use chalk to spread message of love and support

Students at Gonzaga University woke up Friday to find many sidewalks covered with positive messages of love and support. Some of the chalk messages quoted Martin Luther King Jr. and other notable Americans, while others were as simple as “You are loved.”