Cougar logo creator dies at age 91

Randall Johnson, creator of Washington State University’s famous Cougar-head logo, died Feb. 16, 2007, in Spokane, where he had lived since 1940. He was 91-years-old. As a WSU student, Johnson designed the logo in July 1936 at the request of Fred G. Rounds, architect and Building and Grounds director of what was then Washington State […]

Oct. 9 WSU-Oregon football game to start at 2:00 p.m.

Due to some unforseen circumstances, the WSU-Oregon football game kick-off time has been changed back to 2:00 p.m. on Oct. 9 at Martin Stadium.   The game will not be televised.            The Cougars (3-1), coming off their 20-19 win against Arizona on Sept. 25, have a bye this weekend. Oregon (1-2) faces #25 Arizona State […]

Cougar First Down Friday

Washington State University and the area community will kick off their first Pullman home-game weekend celebration of the 2004 football season 6-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17, with Cougar First Down Friday in downtown Pullman. There will be live music with “Men in the Making,” arts, crafts and food vendors. For $10 you can enjoy cedar […]

WSU students plan Homecoming 2003 activities

Final plans are underway for a bonfire rally, parade, student competitions and other activities during Washington State University’s Homecoming, Sept. 30-Oct. 4. “Cougs turn up the heat for a Wildcat defeat” is the theme of this year’s homecoming festivities. The week caps off when the WSU Cougar football team takes on the Arizona Wildcats in […]

Cougar events planned Dec. 30 – Jan. 1 in Pasadena

Washington State University fans planning a trip to Pasadena and the Rose Bowl will be have the opportunity to mingle with fellow Cougars at several events surrounding the “granddaddy of them all.” On Monday, Dec. 30, fans can participate in the 2003 Sterling Savings Bank WSU Bowl Golf Classic at 8 a.m. at Brookside Golf […]

Cougars greet Huskies at entrance to the city

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University will welcome its cross-state rival, the University of Washington, this weekend with a banner that reads: “The Cougars Welcome the Huskies. Rivals on the Field, Partners for the State.” It will be placed at the entrance to Pullman from Highway 195, just down the road from Hawthorne Suites Hotel. […]

Cougar invasion leads to Seattle proclamation

WSU Cougars are gearing up to invade the Emerald City this Saturday and take on the Nevada Wolf Pack in the new Seahawk Stadium. Ticket sales are hitting new records and approaching capacity. Joy to the journey now was added Wednesday, when Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels proclaimed Aug. 26-31 as WSU Week. During a Downtown […]