Pullman - Provost Warwick Bayly will return to the passion that brought him to WSU more than 30 years ago, after this semester.more
From the street, it looks like any other house.
But step inside and walk down the staircase to the basement of Michael Adam Assenberg’s home and you’ll find four rooms brimming with marijuana plants.more
Pullman - Pullman Police officers are elevating their surveillance tactics with tiny, wearable cameras, as well as public cameras that monitor sidewalks and streets outside some of the town’s college bars and local businesses.more
Pullman - Chris Bruce sits at his computer nestled between a display shelf of art museum architecture books and an expansive birds-eye view of the south end of Pullman.more
Pullman - If you’ve browsed the Internet in the past week, you’ve probably heard about a famous little ball of fur named Chester.more
Pullman - Clinical psychologist Lauren Warren often works with patients who can’t remember her name.more
Pullman - Several years ago in a lab at WSU, Katrina Mealey discovered a genetic mutation in herding dogs that produces an alarming reaction to medication for parasites.more
Pullman - In the eyes of Byron Shafer, political scientists must find a new perspective to understand America’s modern political landscape.more
Pullman - Researcher Lee Hadwiger has an idea that he believes could play a major role in the future of world hunger.more
Pullman - Before graduating from WSU in 2011, Andrea Burke had no idea she would return to raise thousands of dollars for orphans in a small town halfway across the world.more
Pullman - More than 100 WSU students, staff, faculty and other members of the community gathered in the CUB Auditorium on Saturday morning to pay tribute to America’s veterans.more
Pullman - It's normal for students to see half a dozen blue light emergency phones on their way to class, but WSU Police say the phones are rarely used for real emergencies.more
Pullman - U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell addressed a crowd of local supporters in downtown Pullman on Thursday afternoon, telling them she will strive to bolster financial aid for college students.more
Pullman - Moscow police arrested Andrew Appleton, an associate professor of political science at WSU, on Tuesday for the alleged rape of a teenage relative.more
Pullman - In the last four years, Toby Slaton has gone from protecting former President George W. Bush on foreign soil to taking political science classes at WSU.more
Officials shut down access to the Dunes
Pomeroy - The Army Corps of Engineers has shut down access to the Dunes until further notice.more
Pullman, Wash. - The Coug has reached a critical turning point in its 80-year history as a fixture of College Hill.more
Thousands of students are still waiting to get their financial aid midway through the first week of the semester.
Pullman - Thousands of students are still waiting to get their financial aid midway through the first week of the semester.more
New café provides more open-seating for students.
Pullman, Wash. - Reunion takes the place of Dupus Boomers.more
Kathi Goertzen, who graduated from WSU in 1980, spent nearly 30 years working for KOMO 4.
Seattle, Wash. - She was a fighter.more
That’s how Kathi Goertzen’s friends and colleagues will remember the longtime Seattle TV news anchor and Cougar alumna who died Monday afternoon following a 14-year battle with recurring brain tumors.
The rising number of soldiers killed from rural counties reflects a struggling economy.
A team of WSU professors led by John Hinson will research the psychology of bad decisions.
Voters will decide the fate of the state liquor business on Tuesday night.
The visiting professors intend to visit WSU again in the future.
The visit is coordinated in part by the Internews Network, a non-profit media organization.
A discovery made 35 years ago is receiving support from other experts.
The recent discovery has cast a new outlook on the lives of plants.
Records show that donations to WSU have not slowed in the past few years.
Michael Wolcott said he hopes the project will improve science literacy among students.
After the largest donation inWSU history, admins discuss how the money will be distributed.
A symposium honored organic chemistry professor Donald Matteson Saturday.
A newly award grant will fund research on the causes of leukemia.
Erim Gomez aims to discover the cause of disappearing frogs throughout the state
Special assistant to the provost Ken Vreeland said the university’s strategy has been a ‘real success story.’
Pullman, Wash - WSU makes adjustments to class sections and sizes to accommodate the large incoming freshman class.more
Software is being created to identify precious metals in spent nuclear fuel.
Researchers plan to develop models on hilly terrain to create zones with varying chemicals.