WSU Valentine stories

Bride and groom kneeling and laughing with dog.

For Valentine’s Day, Facebook fans of WSU Pullman were asked to submit photos and stories of their WSU loves, and there were some great ones.

Tales of romance, love, crazy connections and more. Check them out on the WSU Pullman Facebook page

Did you find love at #WSU or maybe find a Coug later in life? Send us a photo & short story about your #WSULove to by 2/14/2019. We’ll be updating this album through the 14th! ❤️ #GoCougs

Various Valentine's Day-themed photos posted on the WSU Pullman Facebook page.

Posted by WSU Pullman on Sunday, February 10, 2019

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