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March 6: Test of WSU Alert emergency notification system slated
February 28, 2018

PULLMAN, Wash. – A spring semester test of the WSU Alert emergency alert system, including campus outdoor warning sirens, will be conducted at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, March 6, on the Pullman campus by the Office of Emergency Management.

Feedback encouraged after successful test of WSU Alert
October 19, 2017

The test reached ­20,451 students, faculty and staff within five minutes via text, phone call and email. The campus outdoor warning sirens and computer pop-up notification messages were also tested.

April 20: Drill to test Pullman campus alert, lockdown systems
April 12, 2017

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Pullman campus will test its campus emergency alert communications system and also conduct a first-time test of its campuswide emergency lockdown system next week beginning at 11:45 a.m., Thursday, April 20.

Test of WSUAlert emergency system slated for Oct. 20
October 16, 2015

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Office of Emergency Management will conduct a fall semester test of the WSUAlert emergency alert system on the Pullman campus on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 12:05 pm.

Colfax road work may impact west side spring break travel
March 12, 2015

Colfax-road-work-150PULLMAN, Wash. – Students driving west for spring break are cautioned by the state transportation department that the left turn onto highway 26 in Colfax, Wash., will be closed during daylight hours. Drivers can detour north a block and turn left there instead.

Nov. 5: Free training for volunteer weather spotters
October 27, 2014

weather-spotter-logoPULLMAN, Wash. – Volunteer weather monitor training will be offered free to the public 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5, in CUE 518, co-sponsored by Washington State University Emergency Management. Parking is available in the CUE or Fine Arts garages for $3 after 5 pm.

Air quality advisory issued for Pullman area
September 24, 2014

The Washington State Department of Ecology has issued an air quality advisory for the Pullman area indicating that smoke from wildfires in the region has made the air unhealthy for sensitive groups, including people with heart and lung disease, asthma, diabetes, infants, children, adults older than 65, pregnant women, or who have had a stroke.