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Photo update on stadium, scoreboard projects

Installation of reverse side on scoreboard begins Sept. 4, as seen from Stadium Way. Click to enlarge. Photo by Robert Frank, WSU News PULLMAN, Wash. – Progress is continuing steadily on construction of the Martin Stadium Football Operations Building project and installation of the new video scoreboard. The scoreboard, located on the east end of the […]

WSU Athletics to hold public forum on stadium renovation

PULLMAN – An open forum on Phase III of the Martin Stadium Renovation will be held Thursday, Oct. 29 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the Fireside Grille. The forum will feature WSU Director of Athletics Jim Sterk and members of the WSU Athletic Foundation staff.   On Sept. 22, the public launch of […]

Stadium renovation is right on schedule

Martin Stadium construction crews continue renovations on schedule despite the challenges of working around football games.    “We’re where we want to be,” said John David Wicker, associate director of athletics event and facility operations at WSU.  “We had our challenges going into the Idaho game, but everything went pretty smooth.”     Crewman lays bricks […]

Regents approve rule on residence hall patrols

PULLMAN – The Board of Regents of Washington State University approved a policy that will allow routine police patrols in residence halls at the board’s regularly scheduled meeting Friday, Nov. 17. The regents had approved the policy as an emergency measure in September. The rule continues the prior university practice allowing police and other university […]

Major sports teams playing cities for big bucks

Congratulations, Salt Lake, you’re finally a big-league city.    It isn’t the presence of the Utah Jazz, a large university or the experience of staging an Olympics or the ensuing scandal that had worldwide ramifications that give you the distinction.    It took a controversy over a stadium.    “There isn’t a major city in […]

Students pass stadium fees, elect ASWSU government

WSU students voted to help pay for the renovation of Martin Stadium Wednesday.The $25 per semester fee was approved by the student vote and will go into effect starting fall semester 2006. The final tally was 3,937 votes to support the fee, or 64.4 percent of the voting population, and 2,153 votes against the fee, […]