To meet the needs of their student populations, pre-packaged boxes of food are being assembled on several campuses for pickup, while others are taking steps to ensure shopping can occur with minimal in-person contact.
Construction crews will continue work on the new Plant Sciences Building a few months longer than originally planned in order to complete its top two floors.
The Washington State University Board of Regents will hold a special meeting via teleconference on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
The two‑day meeting will be at the Compton Union Building, and Regents will also attend several University-related functions, including the annual WSU Foundation Gala and the Pac‑12 football season opener against UCLA.
WSU Pullman Transportation Services has teamed up with an app called WayToPark to allow visitors to pay for parking and add more time if necessary from their phones.
By Nella Letizia, WSU Libraries
PULLMAN, Wash. – Play with your food and your words during Washington State University Libraries’ third annual Edible Book Festival on Friday, April 6, part of WSU Mom’s Weekend activities.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Temperatures dipping into the teens and low 20s left the WSU Pullman campus covered in a beautiful crystaline hoar frost this morning, as captured by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo Services.
By John Sutherland, University Communications
PULLMAN, Wash. – A university president whose resume includes a Rhodes scholarship, Bronze Star and the Campbell Trophy, the nation’s highest academic award presented to a college football player, will visit the Washington State University Pullman campus Tuesday, Oct. 24, to share his insights about cultivating leadership skills.
By Robert Strenge, WSU News
PULLMAN, Wash. – Family members and friends Saturday packed into Washington State University’s Beasley Coliseum, where more than 2,600 graduating students crossed the stage in three ceremonies to receive diplomas during spring commencement.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Three 15-foot-high cast concrete letters – W, S and U – were raised on the site of the new Washington State University visitor center July 24.
Amid a throng of construction workers and media onlookers, the letters were erected as part of a new “front door” to the university. The visitor center, located on the west-central edge of the Pullman campus at Main and NE Spring streets, will function as an interpretive center for WSU, highlighting teaching, research, athletics, student and faculty contributions in a unique visual setting.
Jeff Lannigan, project manager with WSU Facilities Services, said … » More …