General News
  • 03-10-11 The Columbian – Grants aimed at three obesity-fighting efforts. The WSU Foundation will use one $500 grant for an “At Home At School Good Eats” project.
  • 03-10-11 Utah News – Utah Lawmakers approve vet school partnership with WSU.
  • 03-10-11 Food Safety News – Sizing Food Safety to Fit Small Farms. The guidelines draw recommendations from many sources including WSU’s extension program.
  • 03-09-11 Hermiston Herald – A WSU study shows that profits for owners of railcars are low, possibly too low to hold investors’ interests.
  • 03-09-11 Mukilteo Beacon – The threat to the sustainability of the marine resources of the Salish Sea is greater than ever before, according to Chrys Bertolotto, coordinator of WSU extension’s Beach Watchers program.
  • 03-09-11 Blue Mountain Eagle – Dead Imnaha pack wolf carcass sent to WSU for forensic examination.
  • 03-09-11 Susatinable Business – Neptune Wave Power is attracted by the NW National Marine Renewable Energy Center, a joint program between WSU and OSU.
  • 03-09-11 Seattle Times – University presidents warn lawmakers about higher-ed budget cuts. WSU president Elson Floyd fears the loss of top faculty and the best students.
  • 03-09-11 Dairy Herd Network – WSU students prepare for national competition at the Western Regional Dairy Challenge.
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Higher Ed
 
Sports
  • 03-10-11 Spokesman Review – Colleges advise athletes on social network posts.
  • 03-10-11 Yahoo Sports – USC sends Cougar women’s basketball team home early
  • 03-10-11 Spokesman Review – WSU looks for ‘up’ part of up-and-down season at Pac-10 tourney
  • 03-10-11 Tacoma News Tribune – UW-WSU III: Rivals back for thirds
  • 03-09-11 KREM – WSU men’s basketball opens Pac-10 Tournament against rival UW
(For a current list of WSU athletic news and media headlines, click on the “Sports Headlines” link in the left-hand navigation column.)