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TRIO programs awarded $3.9 million in grants
September 9, 2020

The grants will support students from disadvantaged backgrounds. To qualify for the program, students must be a first‑generation college student, from an economically disadvantaged background or have a documented disability.

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Students invited to tackle housing affordability
September 9, 2020

WSU students and college students from around the region are invited to tackle the challenge of improving affordable housing in the United States as part of the Hack‑A‑House competition.

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UCORE course renewals postponed
September 8, 2020

The UCORE committee has decided to put renewals of University Common Requirements on hiatus for the 2020–21 academic year. The decision does not impact new course proposals or revisions to current courses.

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First WSU Family Weekend this October
September 4, 2020

WSU Pullman's two premier weekend events for visitors, traditionally known as Dad’s and Mom’s Weekends, will now be called WSU Family Weekends to promote inclusivity.

Next online COVID‑19 town hall on Sept. 10
September 3, 2020

The hour‑long town hall begins at 4 p.m. Topics include WSU’s COVID‑19 testing efforts, the fall 2020 semester so far, and available services for students including academic advising, tutoring and mental health support.

‘There’s a reckoning that feels new’
September 3, 2020

WSU grad Sandy Williams, editor and publisher of The Black Lens newspaper, reflects on how momentum behind the Black Lives Matter movement seems different this time.

Does science get harder every year or is that just me?
August 28, 2020

As a new and unusual school year gets underway, the WSU Insider figured it would be an ideal time to feature a question from the Ask Dr. Universe archives that is likely on the minds of both students and faculty.