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  • WSU to teach students English

    Japanese students will learn academic English with the intention to attend WSU.


  • Realy for Life gives hope for a cure

    Silence fell upon the Pullman High School track as organizers read the list of names written on the luminaria at the 2012 Relay For Life event Friday night.


  • Springfest kicks off this Saturday

    Music, arts and carnival rides will be the main attractions at the 2012 Springfest this weekend.


  • Maria Blackburn: Mom of the Year

    Maria Blackburn: Mom of the Year

    Maria Blackburn, the 2012 Mom of the Year recipient, sacrificed her free time and energy so her two oldest children could attend WSU, her son said.

    Pulllman, Wash. - Maria Blackburn, the 2012 Mom of the Year recipient, sacrificed her free time and energy so her two oldest children could attend WSU, her son said.

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  • M.E.Ch.A. to host traditional dinner

    The event will feature an authentic Latino dinner catered by Nuevo Vallarta.


  • Police warn public about solicitors

    Police recommend asking solicitors to show their Interant Vendors Permit.


  • Speakers highlight corporate food safety

    Speakers highlight corporate food safety

    Author Jeff Benedict and lawyer Bill Marler spoke to faculty and students about food borne illnesses as part of the Foley Institute’s Coffee and Politics lecture series on Monday at noon in the Honors College Lounge.

    Pulllman, Wash. - Author Jeff Benedict and lawyer Bill Marler spoke to faculty and students about food borne illnesses as part of the Foley Institute’s Coffee and Politics lecture series on Monday at noon in the Honors College Lounge.

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  • WSU discusses exports

    WSU is working with the EAP to ensure efficiency in exporting agricultural products.


  • Pacific/Hege stressed diversity

    Pacific and Hege hope that ASWSU will be more open to advocacy for students.


  • Candidate to bring an outsider perspective to ASWSU

    Candidate to bring an outsider perspective to ASWSU

    With a campaign slogan of “Cougs Committed to You,” Presidential candidate Luis Cuevas and Running mate Lindsey Jahn say they are dedicated to the students.

    Pullman, Wash. - With a campaign slogan of “Cougs Committed to You,” Presidential candidate Luis Cuevas and Running mate Lindsey Jahn say they are dedicated to the students. 

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  • Dorm life the way to go

    Dorm life the way to go

    Residence halls are convenient and quiet

    Pullman, Wash. - I know everyone who has ever eaten in a dining hall has probably seen the “reasons to live on campus” advertisements, but how many people have actually thought about what they say?

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  • Green Fund proposal would restore pond

    The Arboretum pond renovation proposal would create habitat of local species.


  • WSU CVM joins national consortium

    Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine (WSU CVM) joined with four other regional veterinary colleges to form the Consortium of Western Regional Colleges of Veterinary Medicine.


  • Fundraiser pairs wine, microbrews and science


  • V-Day WSU celebrates ten years

    V-Day WSU celebrates ten years

    The campus group recently celebrated their tenth year of activism on campus.

    Pullman, Wash. - Pink and red balloons decorated Holland Library Atrium for the V-Day WSU 10th anniversary celebration at noon on Wednesday.

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  • Schweitzer ranked in ‘Companies to Work For'list

    The Pullman-based engineering company received a ranking of 97th of 100 in Fortune Magazine.


  • All-crimson WSU license plate released

    All-crimson WSU license plate released

    As sales of new license plates go up, so do the funds for student scholarships

    Pullman, Wash. - Washington State University custom license plates sales increased after the release of the all-crimson background on Monday, an Alumni Association spokesperson said.

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  • Professor Pappu talks of research in Egypt

    Professor Pappu talks of research in Egypt

    Pullman, Wash. - Egypt and the state of Washington grow many of the same vegetable crops and the same viruses affect the plants, a Fulbright scholar said on Tuesday night.

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  • Pullman Regional treats mannequins

    Pullman Regional treats mannequins

    Life-like mannequins are being used in Pullman and across the nation to teach doctors.

    Pulllman, Wash. - Life-size simulation mannequins that can breathe, blink and perspire are helping train new staff at Pullman Regional Hospital and students at the WSU College of Nursing.

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  • Students pave the way to Cuba

    After a recent restriction lift students will be able to travel to Cuba for educational purposes.



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