The Cougar Accessible Transportation Service runs 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays in Pullman. Although students receive first‑priority, faculty and staff can get rides when space is available.
Kim Layne, 25, plans to use the platform to inform the public on the stigmas and attitudes associated with neurological conditions – something she’s experienced personally since she was diagnosed with narcolepsy, a chronic sleep disorder causing daytime drowsiness.
WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor Sandra Haynes is one of many females serving in leadership roles throughout the WSU system who were first-gen students.
Events honoring the sacrifices of U.S. service members are taking place across the WSU system in advance of Veterans Day.
Halloween spirit includes WSU with amazing Coug‑o‑lanterns.
The facility will feature a 1,300 square-foot locker room, a 1,500 square-foot weight and cardio room, academic area, team meeting room, areas for Cougar equipment, nutrition and athletic medicine, coaches offices as well as recognition of Cougar Baseball’s storied history.
Called “Launchpad,” the course’s mission is to provide the foundational tools and training every Murrow College student needs, according to Rick Boyce, course creator and Murrow College graduate.
Show off your WSU pride with the help of this Coug lantern stencil.
The reactivated board, which consists of about a dozen faculty, staff and students, provides WSU officers with perspective on police and community relations.
The weeklong celebration culminates with Saturday’s matchup against the Colorado Buffaloes in Martin Stadium on Saturday.
With help from WSU’s Ti’tooqan Cuukweneewit project, educator Barry Warren takes his leadership preparation and training home to the Colville Reservation as a school principal.
The first commercial flight to use the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport’s new runway is scheduled for Oct. 11.
With flu season fast approaching, students, faculty and staff can take advantage of flu vaccinations and other health resources provided across the WSU system.
Unprecedented efforts across the WSU system are creating innovative diversity, equity and inclusion programs at a historic rate.
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.
Next month, the Lauren McCluskey Foundation will host its first events in Pullman, including a 5K walk/run raising money to fund research and education programs centered around making college campuses nationwide safer for students.
The casual meeting in September led to a $200,000 grant for two engineering faculty members studying clay surface properties.