Pullman - Rockets soared and eggs fell at the Palouse Discovery Science Center science festival Saturday. Crawling with stick bugs, EcoBots, children and parents alike, the festival brought science under one roof at the center’s home on the Schweitzer Engineering Labs (SEL) campus.more
Pullman - Local coffee houses make ideal studying places and more. Here's what Pullman has to offer.more
Pullman - Money and time are getting tight as we approach the end of the semester. Trying to spend the motivation and money necessary to make the intense meals you were at the beginning of the semester isn’t nearly as appealing as the cheapness and ease of blue box of mac’ and cheese.more
Pullman - Halloween has whipped past us and the holiday season has officially begun — there’s Christmas stuff at Walmart, so we have to accept it. It is time for dinner parties, white elephant gift exchanges, ugly sweater rendezvous and family get-togethers. You’ll need an easy crowd pleaser to push through the awkward questions about your love life and what classes your taking.more
Do these five things to prepare for the long day of cheering, praying and cussing at the first home game
We highlight the top events of the week.
Lentils, used for chili, chips and more, will be the subject of this weekend’s festivities covering much of downtown Pullman.
Check out the most interesting events going on in Pullman this weekend.
Do not let your mom’s home cooking and comfy couch fool you
The women’s rugby team will play Norwich University on May 11 during the quarter-finals.
Save your skin from the scalding heat and pull out that SPF
Diet gimmicks never really work
Health and Wellness Services will answer questions posted by students on the Facebook page.
Students and moms ran to raise funds for breast cancer research Sunday near Airport Road.
Pullman, Wash. - Students and moms ran to raise funds for breast cancer research Sunday near Airport Road.more
Our ever faithful study buddy may not be so helpful after all.
The UMA Center hopes to spread the word that there are other options for giving birth.
Columnist accounts her love of food and eating in moderation
Pullman, Wash. - Columnist talks about her love for food and the art of bingingmore
The entire concert is structured around the guest performer’s strengths as an alto singer.
Negative body image is a major issue for many women
Proceeds from the fundraiser will fund family farming, sanitation concerns and education.
The Native American film festival will be showing films expressing Native American culture.
Pullman welcomes a visiting Cuban conductor to teach students about Cuban music.
Part two of the eating disorder series tackles finding treatment
Artists such as Dave Chihuly, Roger Shimomura and Andy Warhol will be featured this month.
Pullman, Wash. - The WSU Museum of Art is hosting an exhibit featuring a donation of 150 photographs by Andy Warhol and a donated collection by Northwest artists.more
Anorexia and bulimia are not a choice
Pullman, Wash. - It's National Eating Disorders Awareness week, so here's a column about them.more
The Women’s Complete Class will cover risk reduction strategies and basic self-defense skills.
Unless he’s your soulmate, refrain.
UREC and Wellbeing have planned many events for students to participate in NNM.
The day of service, established by Congress in 1986, recognizes higher education programs.
It may not be the greatest tasting, but it is good for you
Local and regional artists are being showcased in the exhibit, which runs through March 23
Moscow, Idaho - Local and regional artists are being showcased in the exhibit, which runs through March 23.more
Having the will to work out can be hard
The goal of the Good Food Film Series is to provide education about environmental issues.
The Laugh Out Loud sketch comedy tour is making its first stop in Pullman on Wednesday.
Single chick whines about Valentine's Day.
Friday night, K-Von will be performing his stand-up act for the audience
Associate Professor Stacey Hust says media images can be harmful to teens and adolescents.
Donated blood benefits people in need of plasma and blood transfusions all over the region.
Pullman, Wash. - The FarmHouse fraternity hosted a blood drive and card making event Tuesday.more
Though the ensembles had a short time to prepare, they will be performing difficult pieces.
WSU Dining Services Dietician Chelsey Woods dishes advice
The humanitarian vegan condom company is launching a student ambassador program.
Carmel Travis saved a Phoenix dog from a busy freeway using nylon rope and chicken.
Pullman, WA - Carmel Travis saved a dog off the freeway in March, and won an award for her efforts from the Sunbear Squad this month.more
Martinell uses profits from her thift store to help spay and neuter local animals.
Pullman, Wash. - Georgia Martinell recently opened a thrift shop in Pullman, the proceeds of which go to her non-profit Second Chance Animal Shelter, Inc., an organization that helps educate and provide access to resources for low-income families with pets.more
More than 100 students spent their day off performing service projects for the community.
Pulllman, Wash. - As Dead Week and Finals week quickly approach, here are some tips to avoid pulling your hair out.more
SAD is a winter-associated mood dampener caused by lack of sunlight
Helo Somebody program will be selling watches and shirts to help an underprivileged child
UREC will offer a triathlon with a less intimidating and more user-friedly format Friday.
Students carry on after Department of Theater and Dance was Disbanded
Pullman, WA - Theatre is still alive and well on campus as seen through this weekend's STAGE One performances.more
Sleep is important for maintaing or gaining a healty lifestyle
The program seeks to improve access and health for faculty unable to use the SRC.
Art contest in Moscow features prizes and an encouraging atmosphere
Adequate hydration helps maintain health during drier
rowers compete outside SRC
Pullman, WA - Men's rowing is hosting the Student body challenge through Tuesday to get recruits and compete for distance against students.more
The annual blowout features food, fun and music
Student Entertainment Board hosts a gathering for the largest freshman class