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Staff, faculty… everyone displays crimson pride


Photography by Shelly Hanks, WSU Pullman; Judith Van Dongen, WSU Spokane; and Heather Willoughby, WSU Tri-Cities.

Staff, faculty, students, alumni and supporters of WSU have taken Spirit Day to heart. Their Cougar pride is evident in offices and classrooms awash in crimson and gray. 

 
Fridays at WSU are Spirit Day, when every Coug is encouraged to wear apparel bearing the colors or insignias of the university.

The tradition is intended to encourage solidarity among WSU’s diverse constituencies and strengthen the spirit of cooperation within the community.

 
Go Cougs!

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