PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University organizations, students, faculty, staff and Pullman residents were honored for their participation and successes during Cougar Pride Days 2003, in an April 4 awards ceremony.

A campus beautification and clean-up event, with additional participation by the City of Pullman.

Key organizers of the event included Student Alumni Connection and chair of the event organizing committee Ev Davis, executive director of WSU Facilities Operations.

Cougar Pride Days 2003 award winners:

OVERALL
Down and Dirty Award- Information Technology and Fine Arts Buildings

Golden Shovel Award- Stevens Hall

Heavy Duty Award- Capital Planning and Development, Commons Building

Take a Shower Award- International Textiles & Apparel Association, Kruegel Hall

Sunrise-Sunset Award- Stevens Hall

STUDENT GROUPS, OVERALL
Clean Sweep Award- Athletic Department

Full Bloom Award- Athletic Department

Butch’s Choice- Stevens Hall

Queen of the Hill- Hayley McKee

King of the Hill- Justin Villere

GREEK COMMUNITY
Cougar Pride Days President’s Award- Light Green Zone, Kappa Delta, Phi Sigma Kappa, Psi Upsilon

College Hill Life on the Edge Award- Alpha Gamma Delta

RESIDENCE HALLS
Cougar Pride Days President’s Award- Stevens Hall

Livin’ it up in Pullman Award- McEachern Hall

CLUBS
Cougar Pride Days President’s Award- International Textiles and Apparels Association, Kruegel Hall

The Bread Line Award- Athletic Department

Club Sandwich Award- International Textiles and Apparels Association, Kruegel Hall

BUILDING GROUPS
Cougar Pride Days President’s Award- Johnson Hall

The Bread Line Award- French Administration Building

Butch’s Choice- Neill Hall

Green Thumb Award- Jude Durfey and Maureen Evermann, French Administration

Campus Day Award/Staff- Jim Haugen, Information Technology

Campus Day Award/Faculty- Joan Anderson, Apparel, Merchandising and Interior Design

CITY
City of Pullman Mayor’s Award- Pullman Parks and Recreation Preschool, Pioneer Center