Celebrate 129 years of WSU

Students serving cake during WSU's 128th birthday.
Students serving cake during WSU's 128th birthday.

WSU is turning 129 on Thursday, March 28, and the Student Alumni Ambassadors are celebrating with free cake for students, faculty, and staff on the Pullman campus.

Stop by the WSU Alumni Association tent beginning at 11 a.m. Thursday on the Glenn Terrell Mall and help celebrate. Cake will be served until it’s gone.

On March 28, 1890, House Bill No. 90 was signed into law, creating the State Agricultural College and School of Science located in Pullman. The first classes at the new school did not begin until Jan. 13, 1892.

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