When the Student Recreation Center opened its doors 20 years ago today, it quickly became one of the busiest places on the Pullman campus and one of the most admired recreation centers in the nation.
The PAC‑U collaboration created new opportunities for students to compete safely in intercollegiate, online gaming competitions. All of the matches were livestreamed so fans could cheer on their teams.
The lecture will be held on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. on Zoom. Truong will talk about her art practice which examines the social and cultural influences that shape belief systems and heritage.
The WSU community is invited to gather virtually and cheer on the Cougars as they take the field against the Oregon Ducks on Saturday as part of an online event organized by WSU Global Connections.
The training will shed light on the world that military veterans come from and offer a meaningful discussion about how an individual or organization can create an environment in which veterans can find their “second mission.”
Several university organizations, including WSU Global, the WSU Alumni Association and WSU Athletics are hosting events this season for fans who are rooting responsibly away from Pullman.
Finalists will present apps they created that are centered around this year’s theme of “resiliency.”
WSU faculty, staff and students will be coming together to talk about the impacts of the COVID‑19 pandemic during the Summit from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 5.
The Honors-DAESA town hall is from noon-1 p.m. while the College of Arts and Sciences town hall takes place from 4-5 p.m.
Join veterinarian and biomedical researcher Steven Niemi at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, as he explains how to discuss some of veterinary medicine’s hot buttons with the opposition.