The new Three Rivers Writers’ Festival on Saturday, Nov. 2 will feature seminars and workshops by established local and regional authors, publishers and editors and WSU English and history faculty members.
Conference participants across the WSU system will discuss the direction of the university’s statewide enterprise for the next five years.
The facility will feature a 1,300 square-foot locker room, a 1,500 square-foot weight and cardio room, academic area, team meeting room, areas for Cougar equipment, nutrition and athletic medicine, coaches offices as well as recognition of Cougar Baseball’s storied history.
WSU faculty, staff, and students not affiliated with an academic college are invited to join President Kirk Schulz for a town hall on Oct. 23 in Pullman.
Bruce Napier will discuss his work regarding the Mayak plutonium production site in Russia, which has many similarities to the Hanford Site in Richland, as part of a lecture at 5 p.m. on Oct. 30 in the WSU Tri-Cities East Auditorium.
The weeklong celebration culminates with Saturday’s matchup against the Colorado Buffaloes in Martin Stadium on Saturday.
WSU is commemorating its second annual Indigenous People’s Day on Oct. 14 with cultural festivities including traditional dance and the set up of a tipi by Native American Programs on the Pullman campus.
Next month, the Lauren McCluskey Foundation will host its first events in Pullman, including a 5K walk/run raising money to fund research and education programs centered around making college campuses nationwide safer for students.
The WSU Eggert Family Organic Farm’s Fall Harvest Festival will include u‑pick pumpkins, a produce sale, games for the family, pumpkin pie, fresh apple cider, and face painting.
Two WSU corporations set annual meetings in Pullman.