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WSU Spokane shows Cougar Pride

WSU Spokane faculty, staff and students donned gloves and workboots as they worked to beautify their campus during the 2006 Cougar Pride Day Thursday, March 30. Participants collected garbage, spruced up landscapes and did anything else they could think of to make WSU Spokane sparkle.

Lori Olson, Tara Losh, Pat Rossini and Jon Schad, pictured here, are hard at work cleaning up the west side of campus along the Centennial Trail and Spokane River.

Chancellor Brian Pitcher and Karen Erp show Cougar Pride Days teamwork as they beautify the south side of campus near the SIRTI Technology Center.

Aaron Beamish, Cindy Pitcher, Terri Levien and Pat Rossini, top photo, are pictured on the south side of campus, with South Campus Facility and Schade Tower in the background.

Jon Schad, pictured on the south side of campus in the SIRTI Technology Center parking lot, prepares to make the final garbage collection of the day.

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