The appointment is part of the OneWSU initiative that maintains some centralized operations for efficiency while more closely aligning individual campuses with local community needs.
As part of a WSU‑led outreach project, teens in Washington’s Yakima, Spokane, and Clallam counties helped peers and neighbors understand the opioid crisis.
The goal is to be able to accept most catering requests by Nov. 1. In the meantime, departments should continue to reach out to see what’s possible based on staffing and schedule.
Dining Services has scheduled three Wednesdays on the Mall barbecues: July 14, 21, and 28. Each event will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
This scorching hot summer brought to mind a 13‑year‑old’s question to Dr. Universe about sunburns.
With most students and faculty away for the summer, Pride Month can feel quiet on WSU campuses, but work continues to support LGBTQ+ students, faculty, staff, and community members.
Struggling to approach his sexuality growing up, Rocky Lucas, a licensed clinical social worker at WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine, knows first‑hand the benefits of his profession.
WSU Pharmacy students, 4‑H teens, and adult mentors in Yakima, Benton, and Franklin counties will be educating their communities about COVID‑19 vaccines thanks to dual grants.
Juneteenth becomes an official Washington state holiday in 2022, providing symbolically important recognition of a pivotal moment in the nation’s promise of racial equality.
The WSU Board of Regents recently approved the new $5 per semester fee to benefit the food bank after a student ballot measure drew 70% support.