COUPEVILLE, Wash. – When bees make hexagons in their hives, the six-sided shapes fit together perfectly. In fact, we’ve actually never seen bees make any other shape. That’s what I found out when I visited my friend Sue Cobey, a bee researcher at Washington State University.
By Kathy Barnard, University Communications SPOKANE, Wash. – The Spokane Teaching Health Center’s University District Health Clinic came closer to becoming a reality this morning with approval of schematic designs by the Washington State University Board of Regents.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Construction on the Paccar Environmental Technology Building at Washington State University will continue through winter to keep the project on schedule for completion in October, according to contractor Skanska USA.
By Nella Letizia, WSU Libraries PULLMAN, Wash. – More than two decades ago, a small parking lot and 140,000 cubic yards of dirt and trees inhabited the spot where Washington State University’s Terrell Library and iconic dome stand. Terrell celebrates its 20th anniversary and kicks off a new academic year this week with a retrospective […]
By Hope Belli Tinney, Washington SBDC KENNEWICK, Wash. – In 2007 J. Trinidad “Trini” Garibay was making a good living selling cars. But he saw an opportunity in real estate – flipping houses in particular – to create something collaboratively with people he knew and liked, instead of constantly competing.
EVERETT, Wash. – Three teams have made the short list to design and erect a new building at Washington State University North Puget Sound Everett. Construction is anticipated to begin in summer 2015 and conclude in summer 2017.
Photos by Tim Marsh, special to WSU News PULLMAN, Wash. – The Martin Stadium Football Operations building is in the final stages at Washington State University Pullman, while Phase 1 of soccer field improvements is under way.
RICHLAND, Wash. – The Washington State University Board of Regents this morning approved slight increases in housing and dining rates for students for the 2014-15 academic year and applauded university officials for keeping costs as low as possible.
By Hope Belli Tinney, Washington SBDC TACOMA, Wash. – Ben Warfield knew how to operate a masonry business as a mostly one-man shop – he had watched his father do it for more than 20 years. When Warfield opened his own business in 2008, he figured that’s mostly what he would do, too.