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Improving retention key concern as WWU fall quarter begins

A new center allows a bigger focus on students who are more likely to drop out in their first year

Latine Student Union representatives, from left, Arcelia Duran,Yasmin Lamas Flores and Miguel Acuña march through the hallways of the school carrying large letters.
Latine Student Union representatives, from left, Arcelia Duran,Yasmin Lamas Flores and Miguel Acuña march through a crowded Viking Union during the AS Fall Info Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at Western Washington University. The fair, typically held outside in Red Square, was moved inside due to the wind and rain. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
As classes start at Western Washington University, increasing retention is top of mind for the unive

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