Ringing in the renewal of a near-forgotten tradition

Ringing in the renewal of a near-forgotten tradition

Brock Howell, who helped lead the charge to revive an annual tradition of a campuswide cleanup day, now known as Cougar Pride Days, rings the bell at Lewis Alumni Centre, signaling the start of last week’s Cougar Pride activities. The event, historically known as Campus Days, was held from 1913 to 1933. Howell, a sophomore in agricultural economics, was serving as a member of the Student Alumni Connection. (Photo by Bob Hubner, WSU Photo Services.)

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