To provide a safer, fan-friendlier environment, WSU Athletics will implement a new clear-bag policy for fans entering Martin Stadium, beginning Sept. 8.
Anyone with a WSU Network ID can now submit items to the new systemwide WSU Events calendar.
Not only is it WSU’s largest-ever freshman class, there’s a record number of Honors College students, about 10 percent more transfer students and an average incoming GPA piercing the 3.4 mark.
Numerous technology and facility upgrades were made on the Pullman campus this summer, particularly in Todd Hall.
Expect a different kind of ceremony this year when faculty and staff welcome students to Pullman with a reimagined University Convocation, set for 10 a.m. Friday at Beasley Coliseum.
The annual Lentil Festival celebration invades downtown Pullman Friday-Saturday, offering 350 gallons of Lentil Chili – while it lasts, live music, biking, a parade, fun run, cooking demos, basketball, and more.
For two taxing days last week, our region withered under record-breaking temperatures. Now, following cooler temps, hot weather is back.
Catch a sneak preview of the WSU football team this season at the fall camp practices this week at Rogers Practice Field and Martin Stadium.
Hit singer, songwriter and record producer Andy Grammer will be the featured performer at Dad’s Weekend, Nov. 2, at Beasley Coliseum.
WSU students and faculty statewide are coming back this week to a newly enhanced myWSU website.
Students arriving for the new academic year are being welcomed with movies, free food, concerts and more across the WSU system.
SR 26 construction and detours on hold until after Aug. 20.
Zach Smith, a bedside nurse for six years and a WSU graduate, now is helping nurses keep track of their schedules, swap shifts, and share their availability.
Dick Spink never intended to hunt for Amelia Earhart’s airplane, but he may have solved the mystery.
The last meaningful rainfall in the Inland Northwest was on June 21, and the National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning.
Hundreds of robot submarines — including one built by WSU Pullman engineering students — will gamble at casino tables 16 feet under water this week.
Needed bridge repairs along State Route 26 will shut down a portion of one of the most popular routes to Pullman for students, faculty and staff traveling from western Washington.