By Deborah Carlson, General University Classroom Committee PULLMAN, Wash. – Two recent construction projects on the Pullman campus have provided some needed additions to the types of classrooms and the technology available.
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 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.
Photos by Shelly Hanks, WSU Photo Services Article, SoundSlides by Robert Frank, WSU News Related 08-16-2012 WSU News – Community, Duncan Dunn Hall renovation complete 08-24-2009 WSU News – Olympia Avenue dormitory welcomes students (photos) PULLMAN, Wash. – Seventeen months in the making, Washington State University’s new Northside Residence Hall offers students a variety of […]
Photos by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo Services and (those with dates) by Richard Kizer, Capital Planning and Development PULLMAN – The familiar majestic cougars guarding the west entrance to Bohler Gymnasium were lowered from their perch on a cornice above the entry this morning so contractors could restore them to original […]
When a power outage hits the WSU campus, the challenge is a little more complex than an outage at your house. Okay, a l-o-t more complex, especially for the folks at Facilities Operations.Sure, the Oct. 18 power outage had students pouring out of labs and classrooms like a band of elementary school kids at recess. […]
If you think tracking your finances and maintaining your home is a battle, consider the challenge Facilities Operations faces. In Pullman, Facilities Operations oversees the maintenance and remodeling of about 300 buildings, as well as 350 vehicles and 467 acres of landscaped property. In the 2003-05 biennium, that effort will demand a budget of about […]
Herbert L. Eastlick, professor emeritus of zoology at Washington State University, died June 20 at Pullman, from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. He was 94. During his 33 years at WSU, Eastlick was devoted to preparing students for professional careers in medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine. He once described himself as a “taskmaster and autocrat in […]