For Valentine’s Day, Facebook fans of WSU Pullman submitted photos and stories of their WSU loves, and there were some great tales of romance, love, crazy connections, and more.
Campus leaders outline efforts so far and describe what’s to come in a new message to the WSU Pullman community.
The targeted screenings are designed to quickly identify and contain potential infections by requiring COVID‑19 testing among those who live in, or visit, a specific campus facility.
Students experiencing respiratory symptoms are being examined and treated in a new Respiratory Care Center operated by WSU Cougar Health Services in Bustad Hall on the Pullman campus.
The data on the new COVID‑19 dashboard is specific to members of the greater WSU Pullman community, extending beyond the border of Pullman to include employees who live in nearby communities.
More than a dozen pharmacy students helped Pullman students who live off campus with their COVID-19 nasal swab tests, providing instruction on how to administer the test and ensuring samples are handled and stored properly.
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 first online event takes place Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. via Zoom with a reading and talk by Ryka Aoki, an L.A.-based poet, composer, teacher, and author.
The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center will begin 2021 with new hours of operation on the Pullman campus following a brief closure as part of the University’s reduced operations during the holiday season.
The University’s plan includes an effort to test every student upon arrival in January whether they are living in the residence halls, the Greek system, or other off-campus housing.