Not a single case of documented spread has been reported at the WSU facility, even though staff never stopped providing care to patients.
Although students taking classes during the summer session in Pullman will not have to participate in arrival testing, they will have to abide by public health and safety requirements such as wearing facial coverings.
A Puerto Rican rescue dog has a second chance at life after WSU veterinarians perform an extremely rare surgery to fix its liver.
With all adults now eligible to receive the COVID‑19 vaccine, Cougar Health Services is aiming to vaccinate at least 2,000 WSU Pullman students by the end of the spring semester.
Since his arrival at WSU, the academic performance of student athletes has set or tied program highs for cumulative GPA in five of the last six semesters, while also posting the department’s highest-ever graduation success rate.
WSU Pullman students now have more spaces to gather safely with the reopening of the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center and increased in‑person capacity at dining centers around campus.
More than 120 students received their first dose Thursday, and more clinics are being planned.
The Student Legal Research Association will help evaluate arrest data from WSU’s police department as part of measures to address racial disparity in arrests on the Pullman campus.
Cougar Health Services is contacting people who were impacted to report the error and determine if any repayment is necessary.
For many WSU Pullman community members, working out at a campus recreation center is an essential part of daily life.