WSU Tri-Cities shows Cougar Pride

The annual WSU-wide Cougar Pride spring cleanup continued at WSU Tri-Cities over the weekend.

Faculty, staff and students spent Friday morning cleaning Pasco’s Dust Devil Stadium, shown in the photo. In the afternoon, they performed yard maintenance at the home of a wheelchair-bound Richland resident.

On Saturday, employees and students cleaned WSU Tri-Cities “Adopt-a-Highway” section of Highway 240.

Cougar Pride Days has its roots in Campus Days, an early tradition at WSU that included improving the appearance of the university and creating school spirit. 

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