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Tribal connection inspires efforts to save salmon

Studying toxic runoff to help save iconic salmon species, Stephanie Blair draws on science as well as the knowledge and connections of her Native American community.

Scouting for a forgotten few

WSU historian Ryan Booth sheds light on the largely forgotten history of the Northern Cheyenne and White Mountain Apache who served as scouts for the U.S. Army from 1866–1947.

Voting hubs bring democratic engagement to WSU

The hubs are designed to make voting simple by providing a space where people can register to vote, learn about what’s on the ballot, and submit completed ballots.

New initiatives increase pronoun visibility at WSU

WSU is celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month and International Pronouns Day with new initiatives that will allow students to include their pronouns on class rosters and CougarCards.

Undocumented Student Center opening on Pullman campus

WSU is celebrating its commitment to serving and supporting undocumented students with the grand opening of the Undocumented Student Center on the Pullman campus on Oct. 14.

The Constitution out loud: A public reading

To celebrate Constitution and Citizenship Day, the WSU Libraries will sponsor a round-robin public reading of the Constitution starting at noon on Friday, Sept. 17, in the Terrell Library Atrium.