Bryan clock remodeling behind the scenes

Related 08-09-10, WSU Today – New Bryan Clock Tower faces installed (video) 06-14-10, WSU Today – Removal of old clock faces continues at Bryan Tower (video) 03-30-10, WSU Today – Historic and new photo gallery: Bryan Clock Tower facelift planned (photos) PULLMAN – People on the WSU Pullman campus know well that Bryan Clock Tower, WSU’s most notable […]

Sunshine still smiling down on Pullman (see photos)

  Photos taken at Glenn Terrell Mall (By Chelsea Newman, WSU Today intern).      PULLMAN – With summer coming to an end, students seem to be finding every excuse to soak up the final rays of sunshine. Whether a book, a crossword puzzle, or a chance to relax between classes, Glenn Terrell Mall offers a wide variety of […]

A late September snapshot

79 degrees and clear – everyone seems to be enjoying the warm September weather …     Sororities seek donations for Pullman Child Welfare.       Sorority member hands out chocolate chip cookies.       WSU Young Democrats encourage people to register to vote.       Nice weather for lunch under a pine […]

CUB ribbon cutting ceremony

PULLMAN-  The grand opening of the new CUB continued on Friday afternoon with a ribbon cutting ceremony.   Check out some of the photos from the ceremony:   Ribbon cutting ceremony.     Butch and the Cougar Marching Band raise the spirits     President Elson S. Floyd welcomes students, faculty, staff and visitors at CUB […]

Cougar men fall to Stanford in overtime

PULLMAN (AP) – Stanford coach Trent Johnson had some sound advice for his players in the heat of the No. 14 Cardinal’s heart-stopping overtime win at Washington State on Saturday. “I told the entire team to keep playing with poise,” Johnson said after the 67-65 victory. “If there was any guy who was going to lose […]

Snow creates beautiful campus scenes

      Pullman has been covered in snow for the past few days, and snow is expected to continue for a few more.   Here are some photos of the campus from the past few days.   Snow is expected to continue until Sunday. On Sunday, weather forcasters predict a partly cloudy day with […]

Farewell President Rawlins

A pensive president talks about his work during an interview with a graduate student who shadowed Rawlins on the job as part of his studies. Rawlins hadn’t been president long when he was photographed sharing a story with two former presidents, Glenn Terrell, center, and Sam Smith. Rawlins helps flip burgers for an alumni gathering […]

Athletes excelling on both courts

PULLMAN – The WSU men’s basketball team and tennis team were both victorious over the weekend. The men’s basketball team defeated the California Golden Bears 59-46.  It was the Cougars’ 21st win of the season. Meanwhile, the tennis team added two more wins to its record, finishing its non-conference schedule 8-1. (Photos by Robert Hubner, […]

WSU joins Auschwitz observance at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1

Provost and Academic Vice President Robert Bates announced that Washington State University is joining with the University of Idaho and the cities of Pullman and Moscow in observance of the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a Nazi concentration camp in Poland.  A Kadish prayer will be recited at 11 am Tuesday, February 1, […]