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This week’s news in brief — Aug. 5
This week’s news in brief — Aug. 5
Mia Hennen, News Editor • August 5, 2022

WSU receives $1 million to assist local small businesses The City of Wichita recently announced that $1 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding...

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This week’s news in brief — July 29
This week’s news in brief — July 29
Mia Hennen, News Editor • July 29, 2022

Amazon selects Wichita State as an education partner Thanks to a partnership between Amazon and Wichita State, every full-time Amazon employee is now...

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Wichita State University Foundations board members.
Wichita State University Foundation names four new board members
Mia Hennen, News Editor • July 27, 2022

Wichita State recently announced four new members to the WSU Foundation Board of Directors – three weeks after their terms started. These members...

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Crowds gather around A Price Woodard Park for the March for Liberty on July 9. Women’s March Air Capital and the League of Women Voters organized the march.
A glance at Kansas’ complex abortion rights history
Mia Hennen, News Editor • July 20, 2022

Following the overturn of Roe v. Wade on June 24, many pro-choice and pro-life marches and protests in Kansas have been appearing. This is not the first...

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Tyson Etienne looks to drive during the game against Tulsa on Feb. 1 inside Charles Koch Arena.
Shocker alumni make impact in NBA summer league
Emmie Boese, Sports Editor • August 9, 2022
Joelle Kissell plays for N.C. State in 2013.
Women’s tennis hires professional and collegiate standout Joelle Kissell as assistant coach
Emmie Boese, Sports Editor • August 4, 2022
PHOTOS: TBT AfterShocks Vs. Gutter Cats
PHOTOS: TBT AfterShocks Vs. Gutter Cats
Baswanth Naidu, Photographer • July 31, 2022
Shammah Scott signed to play with the Shockers on Tuesday.
Shammah Scott takes the final scholarship to finalize the Shocker 2022-23 lineup
Rachel Rudisill, Sports Reporter • July 30, 2022
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