WSU student in Japan tells of hardships, fears

    OSAKA, Japan – Asian studies major Kelsey Hoskins is one of a handful of students from Washington State University currently studying in Japan. She is in Osaka, where few residents even felt the effects of the earthquake. In her most recent message to her friends at WSU, she describes the prevailing fear among […]

How to help survivors and honor Moscow victims

Last week’s tragedy in Moscow had a impact on the area’s community, including Washington State University. Many of WSU employees are asking what can be done to offer assistance and express their grief and support. Following is a brief summary in that regard. Becky Newbill – wife of the slain Moscow Police Officer, Lee Newbill […]

Sept. 11 commemoration events scheduled

Washington State University will join the City of Pullman and others to observe the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, with the commemoration “A Time to Gather Together.” The activities planned for the week of Sept. 11 are designed to help the Pullman community and WSU observe the one-year anniversary of the attack on the […]