WSU Cougar Pride Days 2005 awards presented

In an April 4 ceremony, Washington State University organizations, students, faculty, staff and Pullman residents were honored for their participation and successes during Cougar Pride Days 2005. The fourth annual event involved beautification and clean up on campus and in the city of Pullman.

Cougar Pride Days 2005 award winners:

OVERALL
Down and Dirty Award — Soccer
Heavy Duty Award — Plant Services/Heavy Equipment Sunrise-Sunset Award — Veterinary Medicine

STUDENT GROUPS
Clean Sweep Award — Athletics
Butch’s Choice — Environmental Science Club Queen of the Hill — Missy Pietila, hometown Waitsburg King of the Hill — Wes Duquette, hometown Spokane

GREEK COMMUNITY
Cougar Pride Days President’s Award — To be announced College Hill “Life on the Edge Award” — To be announced

RESIDENCE HALLS
Cougar Pride Days President’s Award — Regents Hall Livin’ it up in Pullman Award — Gannon-Goldsworthy Hall

CLUBS
Cougar Pride Days President’s Award — Sigma Iota and Management Operations Club The Bread Line Award — Adopt a Block

BUILDING GROUPS
Cougar Pride Days President’s Award — Pharmacy/Wegner Hall The Bread Line Award — Lighty Student Services Building Butch’s Choice — Registrar’s Office Green Thumb Award — Andrea Flatley Campus Day Award/Staff — Melissa Ziese Campus Day Award/Faculty — Cliff Fallon

CITY
City of Pullman Mayor’s Award — Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute

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