Insider will return Monday, Nov. 27

WSU Insider is taking a break to join with the rest of the university community in celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday.

Enjoy the break. We’ll be back the morning of Nov. 27 with fresh posts and all the latest information for the WSU community. In the meantime, we thought our readers might be interested in learning about how the ancient inhabitants of the American Southwest used 11,500 turkey feathers to make a single turkey feather blanket.

Find out more in this 2020 Insider article.

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