The Kimble Northwest History Database is a compilation of roughly 300,000 newspaper clippings collected and organized in the late 1930s by the Works Progress Administration to document life in the Pacific Northwest from 1900-1938.
Categories include strategy, games with friends, card games, and word games and trivia games. Patrons can check out games for seven days with one renewal allowed.
BrowZine allows patrons to browse and stay current with electronic journals in their academic fields and LibKey provides one‑click access to PDFs of articles where they are available.
The twice‑yearly “Art in the Library” exhibit on the Pullman campus features animal-themed works, typically from artists with a connection to the College of Veterinary Medicine.
The rapid pace of technology and the internet have transformed the libraries like many other areas within the university.
The books in the Vancouver library were selected to reflect the experiences of young Native American people both past and present.
Discover the history of WSU’s Terrell Library in part one of a two-part series commemorating the iconic building’s 25th year.
Mementos of trips taken are the subjects of a WSU Libraries exhibit, “After Hours 6: Travel, Transport and Allied Trades.” The annual summer exhibit looks at the creative lives and interests of library employees after the workday is done.
WSU Vancouver senior Miles Roberts took full advantage of the library’s online resources to research and write a paper investigating how scientists are battling drug-resistant diseases.
Andersen is a clinical professor in the Honors College. The award recognizes a non-library faculty or staff member who has shown consistent support for the WSU Libraries.