Relive the vision and teamwork that transformed a primitive Priest Lake resort into an unconventional academic retreat following World War II in this 2016 article from Washington State Magazine.
Two WSU scientists, working in their spare time and without funding, built an electron microscope in the 1930s to help usher in the era of atomic-level imaging.
To celebrate WSU’s 128th birthday on March 28, the Student Alumni Ambassadors invite all students, faculty and staff to enjoy FREE birthday cake on the Glenn Terrell Mall! Cake will be served tomorrow starting at 11 a.m., and will go until it’s gone. Happy Birthday, WSU!
WHEN:Wednesday, March 28, 11:00 a.m.
WHERE:Glenn Terrell Mall
Whether it’s the tail end of the nineteenth century or the middle of the twenty-first, the women of Stevens Hall will sip tea on any given Sunday afternoon.
The Washington Council of the American Institute of Architecture presented the Troy Hall renovation project with its Civic Design award. The focus of the renovation was to retain the building’s historic feel and brick exterior while creating a modern academic teaching and interactive research environment.
The first major steps toward focusing on interdisciplinary excellence were taken in the autumn of 1919.
By Nella Letizia, WSU Libraries
PULLMAN, Wash. – The familiar return of 20-somethings to Washington State University marks another start to an academic year. But a new historic exhibit on campus is a reminder that WSU during 1969-70 looked very different.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Troy Hall was designed by K. Zittle as Washington State University’s original dairy building. Construction began in 1924 and the building opened Dec. 10, 1926.