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My English/Writing professors took as much of an interest in my well-being as they did in my writing. My understanding of writing, which was built and nurtured by one-on-one interactions with English/Writing faculty, has been the most valuable tool I have in terms of education.

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English EOU alumna Mackenzie Trotter

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Student-led program fights food insecurity

ASEOU created a way for students to share meal swipes with one another to address hunger on campus.

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Renewed funding for rural education programs

Two College of Education programs received a combined $550,000 in grants to expand rural teacher preparation.

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