By Steve Nakata, Administrative Services PULLMAN, Wash. – When Washington State University opened its Student Recreation Center (SRC) in 2001, students were in awe of the state-of-the art $40-million facility. It quickly became the hot spot on campus. Fast forward 14 years and it’s still one of the most heavily used buildings at WSU.
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 […]
In an April 4 ceremony, Washington State University organizations, students, faculty, staff and Pullman residents were honored for their participation and successes during Cougar Pride Days 2005. The fourth annual event involved beautification and clean up on campus and in the city of Pullman. Cougar Pride Days 2005 award winners: OVERALLDown and Dirty Award — […]
By Brad ReDford WSU Today Barry Birdsell is a one-man band — of sorts. Actually, he is Washington State University’s only window washer, and the single note he plays is the squeak from a squeegee rubbing across sparkling clean glass. It may sound “mono-tonous,” but it’s not to Birdsell. It’s a job he has come […]