MOSCOW, Idaho. – The first waste audit of trash cans at the Moscow Farmers Market on Saturday found that 67.9 percent of material was recyclable or compostable, 13.6 percent was liquid and 18.5 percent was garbage.
A complete list of courses proposed to be dropped as a result of WSU’s academic affairs program prioritization (A2P2) is expected to be available for university review by mid-December. Larry James, associate executive vice president, is negotiating with colleges this week about contested courses. He plans to complete the review and have the dropped […]
WSU’s annual audit report of accountability for public resources and basic financial statements is once again error free. According to the report, this is the eighth consecutive year that no findings were reported. The audits are conducted by the State Auditor’s Office to ensure that WSU complies with state laws, regulations and internal policies. The […]