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Cougar Pride Day finale

 
 
The sun peaked slightly through the clouds on Glenn Terrell Mall, during the Cougar Pride Days awards ceremony on April 9.
 
Butch T. Cougar proudly greeted award winners with prizes and awards including the Take a Shower award, Golden Shovel, Heavy Duty, Most Improved and more.
 
Cougar Pride Days is a two and half week event held each year aimed at improving and beautifying the WSU campus and surrounding community.
 
Though the awards ceremony is over, the abundance of Cougar pride can be seen all across campus, and the memory of students and staff members gardening, weeding, and laying bark reside until next year.
 
Click here (http://wsunews.wsu.edu/detail.asp?StoryID=7204) to see a
list of all Cougar Pride Days 2008 winners.
 
 

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