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Cougs share the spirit with WSU Holiday Greeting

Kirk and Noel Schulz
Kirk and Noel Schulz wished Cougs a happy holidays as part of this year's holiday greeting from WSU.

Members of the Washington State University community shared the spirit of the season in a cheerful video as part of this year’s holiday greeting from WSU President and First Lady Kirk and Noel Schulz.

In the annual holiday message, Schulz thanked all Cougs for unifying to tackle all of the challenges that came with 2020 as students and other members of the WSU community from throughout the state digitally pass a decorative light bulb from one screen to the next.

“By coming together – as we’ve shown this year – we can accomplish so much brightness. Thank you Cougs, for your continued efforts to illuminate Washington State University, the state and the world. Keep on letting your light – and Cougar spirit – shine.”

The holiday greeting is available to watch on YouTube.

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