Cold weather and shorter days during winter can leave even the best of us feeling tired, cranky and unmotivated. WSU students, faculty and staff have been working on ways to improve mood and mental health.
With flu season fast approaching, students, faculty and staff can take advantage of flu vaccinations and other health resources provided across the WSU system.
Learn how to identify Cougs in crisis and connect them with support by signing up for a training at Cougar Health Services this semester.
Speaker and author Derek Greenfield will team up with hip hop artist Jamie of James Hope for a special presentation and social focusing on mental health, Thursday, Feb. 21.
WSU sport management students are hosting Run for 3, a three-mile fundraising run to begin 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, to benefit the Hilinksi’s Hope foundation.
The event, titled “2 weeks of Pullman,” will raise money for mental health resources and sexual violence prevention.
Doctoral student Yunshu Du uses data analysis to predict usage patterns at the Student Recreation Center.
The air quality got significantly worse over the weekend on the Pullman and Spokane campuses. To help, some HVAC systems have been switched to recirculate.
Faculty and staff at WSU Pullman are invited to stay fit year round through free CAHNRS evening exercise classes.
In a letter to the WSU community, student and university leaders unveil the student-driven Coug Health Fund.