Libraries lagging

Never mind world-class, the WSU library system isn’t even average in terms of collections, budget, staffing levels and salaries when compared to peer universities. “We are at the bottom in all of these measures even when comparisons are made which account for differences in institutional size,” states a recent report to the Faculty Senate executive […]

Saturday events raise parking, transit issues

PULLMAN – People coming to campus this Saturday to attend the Washington State University football game and/or the Bill Cosby concert are encouraged to plan ahead to avoid possible traffic and parking problems. The kickoff of the football game against the University of Arizona is scheduled for 2 p.m. at Martin Stadium. The Bill Cosby […]

Health reform activist eyes problems in health care

Sidney Wolfe, M.D., co-founder and director of the D.C.-based Public Citizen Health Research Group, will discuss problems with the health care system and pharmaceutical industry at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, in Spokane. Dr. Wolfe#s presentation is this year#s Allen I. White Lectureship, presented by the Washington State University College of Pharmacy#s Department of Health […]