Curtis Cohen is senior studying Finance with a focus in financial markets. During his time at WSU, he has had the privilege of serving as the Vice President of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Vice President of Finance for Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity and served on the 48th ASWSU Senate. In his free time, he enjoys photography, videography, mountain biking, snowboarding, and living the Pullman experience. He chose WSU Pullman because of the strong school spirit, and the feeling of Coug comradery among students and alumni.
Sean is a junior in the Edward R. Murrow of Communications studying Public Relations and Crisis Communications with a minor in Ethics. During his time at Washington State he worked as a member of the WSU Football video crew, served as the Treasurer of his Fraternity, and was elected to be the Vice President of the Student Body this spring. Sean came to WSU for a world class education in a college town setting, with the added benefit of being a coug for life. In Sean’s spare time, you can find him at the closest golf course.
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The Department of Community Affairs works with the City of Pullman to ensure the student of WSU and the community members of Pullman have a mutually beneficial relationship.
The Department of Diversity and Inclusion works to promote diversity and inclusion, and bring attention/resources to under represented groups on campus.
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