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  • Engaged to be Married
  • Engaged to be Married

    Washington mulls gay marriage. Plus, Idaho goes back to the drawing board.
      Bills allowing same-sex couples to marry received their first hearing before committees in the Washington State House and Senate on Monday. That same day, Senate Democrats announced that they expect to have the 25 votes needed for the measure to pass..
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  • The Rule of Failure
  • The Rule of Failure

    Why do so many Eastern Washington University students struggle with basic math courses?
      âeuro;œDoes everybody agree?âeuro;� she asks. âeuro;œDoes everyone know where this came from?âeuro;� Campbell is a 29-year-old graduate student teaching Math 114, an algebra course, at Eastern Washington University. Her students, some looking blearily ahead, others scrawling in notebooks, mumble their assent.
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  • The Power and the Furry
  • The Power and the Furry

    Inside the mask with Swoop, Butch, Skitch and Walker D. Plank
      âeuro;œIt gets really awkward sometimes,âeuro;� says Butch, a 6-foot-tall junior bioengineering/pre-med major. âeuro;œPeople donâeuro;™t understand that thereâeuro;™s a person inside the costume. Sometimes Iâeuro;™ll be walking around, and guys will grab and grope me in awkward places.âeuro;�.
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  • The Big Man
  • The Big Man

    Eastern returns to the field to defend its title with one very large, very fast defensive tackle.
      Williams decided to change his dream to playing in the National Football League. A year from now, Williams’ NFL dream may be realized: the Eastern Washington defensive tackle is ranked No. 1 among Football Championship Subdivision (formerly NCAA Division I-AA) prospects for the 2012 NFL draft.
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  • Hard Knocks
  • Hard Knocks

    As the budget ax falls, students learn to speak out.
      Holding picket signs, the 20 students begin to shout: “Cuts have consequences!” One sign reads: “PUT PEOPLE FIRST.” And another says: “PEOPLE BEFORE PROFITS.” And another sign in bright, construction orange declares: “KILL CUTS, NOT KIDS.” The next day, they have a megaphone, and walk around campus spreading the word.
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