PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University organizations, students, faculty, staff and Pullman residents were honored for their participation and successes during Cougar Pride Days 2004, in an April 2 awards ceremony.

The third annual event involved beautification and clean up on campus and in Pullman.

Key organizers of “Days” included WSU’s Student Alumni Connection’s representative Rachel Inman and adviser Mark Dinges; a volunteer committee headed by Ev Davis, WSU Facilities Operations executive director; and the City of Pullman.

Cougar Pride Days 2004 award winners:

Down and Dirty Award- Visitor Center
Golden Shovel Award- Crimson Pride Garden, French Administration Building
Heavy Duty Award- Capital Planning & Development
Take a Shower Award- Parking & Transportation Services
Sunrise-Sunset Award- Native Plant Exhibit, Johnson Hall

Clean Sweep Award- International Textiles and Apparel Association, Krugel McAllister
Full Bloom Award- Math Tutors, Neill
Butch’s Choice- Student Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Hulbert
Queen of the Hill – Morgen Maness, Gannon Goldsworthy
King of the Hill – Dan Alberry, Lewis Alumni Centre

President’s Award- Ceres
College Hill Life on the Edge Award- Alpha Tau Omega

President’s Award- Gannon Goldsworthy
Livin’ it up in Pullman Award- McEachern

President’s Award- Psi Chi, Psychology Club
The Bread Line Award- Athletics

President’s Award- Johnson Tower
The Bread Line Award- Neill
Butch’s Choice- Wegner
Green Thumb Award- Jamie Ford and Torry Hollimon, Athletics
Campus Day Award/Staff- Francis Benjamin, Psychology
Campus Day Award/Faculty- Rollin Hotchkiss, Civil & Environmental Engineering

City of Pullman Mayor’s Award- Pullman Chamber of Commerce