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Riley "Red" Klug



Riley “Red” Klug is an art history and anthropology double major with a minor in history. Red chose to be a Diversity Ambassador at WVU because she believes that representation and appreciation of all identities is important, especially within Appalachia. Showcasing diversity within the state is a great way to foster an inclusive and safe environment for everyone on campus. Red hopes to be available to peers in need of an advocate and a friend. She hopes to create safe spaces for students of all races, genders, and religions while making them feel connected to their own diverse group of peers and to the university as a whole.

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– Board of Governors Rule 1.6

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