Liberal arts students put projects on display

April 29, 2013 

About 100 liberal arts students at Washington State University Tri-Cities will put their research and class projects on display today and Wednesday.

The university's College of Arts and Sciences will hold the two-day Biannual Liberal Arts Symposium during the noon hour each day in the atrium of the West Building.

Displays will include web-based creations, poster presentation, artwork and other media.

Students studying history, psychology, sociology and English will participate, with 60 showing their work today and about 40 Wednesday. They will be available to answer questions.

Admission is free.

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