By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities RICHLAND, Wash. – Washington State University Tri-Cities invites members of the public to join the grand opening celebration of its $5.73 million campus student union building, 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14.
(Photos and slide show by Tim Marsh, WSU Today) PULLMAN – Majestic Thompson Hall on the WSU Pullman campus is the university’s oldest major building. It is among the most recognized and photographed of campus facilities. Built in 1893-1894, it was home to WSU administration (it is sometimes still referred […]
Viewpoint is a new feature of WSU Today where faculty, staff and grad student readers are invited to share their opinions about issues of importance and impact to WSU. It should come as no surprise when I say that Pullman has no architecture. Yes, it has buildings — even new ones — but it […]
Taking advantage of the Veteran’s Day holiday Nov. 11, when the north Richland campus – with the exception of the library – will be closed, WSU Tri-Cities officials have announced an additional Friday (Nov. 12) closure of two campus buildings to facilitate removal of outdated equipment from a lower floor laboratory.“On Friday, we will relocate […]
While the 2004 hurricane season has put Florida’s buildings and building codes to the test, on the other side of the country a WSU professor is trying to understand how destruction like that wrought in Florida can be curbed.Hurricane Charley flattened more than 12,000 homes in Florida, according to the Associated Press. The damage from […]