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The Eugene Ballet’s Swan lake to perform
February 17, 2009

PULLMAN – The Eugene Ballet’s Swan Lake is at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 8 at WSU Beasley Coliseum.


Swan Lake is the most popular balled in the world.  Set to Tchaikovsky’s scores, the performance has elaborate scenery and intricate costumes.


Eugene Ballet Company has grown to one of the largest touring companies in the Western United States, visiting an average of five western states.


Tickets cost $14-25 and are available at:


–  WSU Beasley Coliseum Box Office – (509) 335-1514-
– Festival Dance & Performing Arts Association – (208) 883-3267-
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Largest NW rural health conferences slated for March 18-22th
February 9, 2009

SPOKANE – The seventh NW Regional Critical Access Hospital Conference on March 18 and 22 and the NW Regional Rural Health Conference from March 19-20 incorporate Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska in the Northwest’s largest gathering on rural health with more than 300 health professionals attending. Both conferences will be held at the Red Lion Hotel at the Park in Spokane, Wash.

Featured speakers include internationally renowned Carl Hammerschlag, MD, presidents of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the National Rural Health Association, federal experts from the Health Resources and Services Administration and the American Hospital Association.

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College of Business holds golf classic May 9
April 23, 2008

PULLMAN – The College of Business at WSU is gearing up for the 2008 Cougar Golf Classic, to be held on Friday, May 9 with a shotgun start at 1:45 p.m. This is the second time the college has hosted the tournament, to be held at the Langdon Farms Golf Club in Aurora, Oregon ( The event is sponsored by, Resources Global, Kim’s Embroidery, Le Meridien Hotels and Resorts, McCord’s Vancouver Toyota, and Papa Murphy’s.

The event will include 18 holes of golf with prizes for top finishing teams and individual contests, a brief “state of the college” address from Dean Eric Spangenberg, … » More …

Men’s basketball team defeats Oregon
January 22, 2008

PULLMAN – The WSU Men’s Basketball team defeated Oregon on Sunday, 69-60. WSU had not beat Oregon since 2001.

Oregon had the lead for the majority of the game, leading 34-30 at the half.

During the second half Oregon shot only 36 percent compared to WSU’s 52 percent.

The Cougars held Oregon 21 points below its season average and to 44 percent shooting.

For more information on the game, visit:

* WSU Athletics —


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No. 8 Coug men’s team beats OSU
January 18, 2008



PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) – For an elite basketball team, No. 8 Washington State hasn’t played many home games.

The Cougars (men’s team) made the most of only their fifth home game of the season Thursday, pounding Oregon State 69-46 behind 17 points by Aron Baynes and 15 by Derrick Low.


“It’s good to be home,” said Baynes, who made 6 of 8 field goals.


The WSU men’s team (15-1, 3-1 Pac-10), coming off its only loss of the season at UCLA, broke open the game at the … » More …

Cougars fall to Ducks in controversial overtime
January 29, 2007

PULLMAN – Another conference game, another close win for the Oregon Ducks. The No. 20 Cougars lost 77-74 in overtime to No. 7 Ducks.   Coach Tony Bennett said the game was highly emotional for his team. “Like always, they played with a lot of heart and battled,” he said. “We could have grabbed a couple more rebounds and that hurt. There were some tough shots (Oregon) hit at the end of the game.” Bennett said his players were stunned when the game went to overtime. “They’re so quick, one through five. They definitely posed some problems,” Bennett said of the Oregon starters. Derrick Low» More …

Oct. 9 WSU-Oregon football game to start at 2:00 p.m.
October 1, 2004

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 (4-0) on Oct. 2.  For more information, visit the WSU Cougar Athletics Web site at  

Vet school faces shortfall with Oregon State pullout
October 18, 2002

Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine faces a $2.4 million budgetary shortfall following the announcement that Oregon State University will begin withdrawing from a 23-year agreement to send veterinary students to WSU.OSU Provost Tim White has informed WSU Provost Robert Bates that OSU’s new four-year veterinary program will begin in September 2003, with OSU students spending all four years of their professional education in Corvallis.As a partner in the Washington-Oregon-Idaho Regional Program in Veterinary Medical Education, OSU has sent a new cohort of 36 veterinary students to Pullman each fall and paid WSU for their educational costs. OSU students spent their full second year … » More …