Kids flock to campus for fun & learning

 
PULLMAN — The WSU campus is pretty quiet during summer.  Where once there were students laughing and talking, the dusty sound of landscaping and construction now fills the air.
 
But hidden away in pockets across campus, there are students of another sort – “pre-Cougars” or “mini-Cougars” – all here to either learn about WSU or take part in a variety of summer camps.
 
Take a look at The Gallery for a snapshot of some of the activity this week, including Cougar volley ball camp for middle and high school girls – and baseball camp for boys aged 10 – 15 years.
 
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