Our young cherry trees still have LOTS of good quality cherries that are easy to pick so we will have one more Friday and Saturday Cherry U-pick August 4 & 5. There are still some pie cherries too.
Friday hours are 12:00noon to 6:00pm Saturday hours are 10:00am to 4:00pm
Please come and join us one more time. Bring cash or check for payment. This will definitely be the last 2 days of cherry picking. See our website for more information http://horticulture.wsu.edu/orchard Thanks for your continued support!
How much do you know about magic? For those of you who are magicians, come to Coffee Hour on Friday, August 4, to share some tricks up your sleeve. For those of you who are new to magic, come pick up a card, any card! Join us at the International Center in CUB L46 from 3 – 4 p.m.
The Neuropsychology, Memory & Aging lab is seeking adults 18+ to participate in a research study about personality, health, and cognition. Participants will be offered a free cognitive report OR $30 in compensation.
To be eligible, individuals must: Be willing and able to participate in a 3-hour cognitive testing session, Speak English fluently, Be screened in a phone interview to determine eligibility
Take a sneak peek before the doors open for class this fall! This is your opportunity to tour this revolutionary teaching and learning space (name to be officially announced soon). The design of the spaces and tools in the building will enable faculty to use the most innovative teaching methods in a state-of-the-art facility to help motivate students to engage deeply in learning.
Are you on WSU summer hours and needing a ride? Save MONEY and ride or drive with the Asotin County Public Transportation Benefit Area (PTBA) vanpool. We have openings for riders. Riders meet at the PTBA parking lot (other locations will be considered) on 15th Street in Clarkston and depart at 6:10 a.m. with the van leaving campus at 4 p.m. This works well for someone working the hours 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m all year. Cost is approximately $95 per month. Students are encouraged to apply.
60 percent of Cougs say they want more information on how to help a friend in distress. While people can struggle for many reasons, it’s possible someone you care about will experience distress due to a mental health concern. Check out Health & Wellness Services’ blog to learn more about talking with someone about a mental health problem.