Pullman - What people value will define the future of journalism, Andrew Heyward, former president of CBS News, said.more
Pullman - Troy Pottinger speaks softly and with few words. But instead of spending his spring break catching up on sleep, he spent the week hiking through the Sierra Mountains, Death Valley and the Navajo Desert.more
Pullman - In a unanimous decision, the ASWSU Judicial Board ruled that presidential candidate Jake Mayson’s ticket would be removed from the ballot, but not disqualified from the election.more
Pullman - The ASWSU Judicial Board reviewed the eligibility of presidential candidate Jake Mayson at a hearing in the CUB on Sunday.more
Olympia - ASWSU members lobbied for the equal opportunity of all students to obtain a college education at the capitol Monday.more
Pullman - A WSU student suffered from third-degree burns to his leg during a chemical fire at 2:22 p.m. on Friday in Fulmer Hall.more
Pullman, Wash. - With sunglasses, a black-leather jacket and boots, long messy hair and tattoos up and down his arms, Damien Echols looks like a rock star.more
Pullman - Pullman needs a new fire truck, but has to make further cuts to an already reduced budget to do so.more
Pullman - WSU’s Capital Planning and Development Department removed the Nevada Street pedestrian bridge from Dec. 22 to Jan. 1 after students experienced vigorous shaking while crossing.more
Pullman - Surgeons at Pullman Regional Hospital can now remove a gallbladder through a two-centimeter hole with no visible scarring and a potential recovery time of little more than a day.more
Pullman - Women with short skirts, fishnet stockings, brightly colored underwear and attitude rolled into Beasley Coliseum on Friday, where the Rolling Hills Derby Dames took on the Rodeo City Roller Girls in a roller derby bout.more
Students struggle to pay for living expenses as they wait for their financial aid.
Americans need to send a message to the Republican Party during this election cycle
Washington may not be the best place for a nuclear reactor but nuclear energy is safe and effecient
Pablo Gonzalez’s choice to run for the 15th district in Washington is one every student should follow
The Supreme Court has the right and the power to overturn even the most popular of federal laws
A constitutional amendment is necessary
WSU has three LEED certified buildings, but there is room for improvement
Super Tuesday results leave more confusion as Mitt Romney only barely wins in Ohio and Rick Santorum steals three states with Gingrich desperately clinging to his one. Mitt Romney, though, not irrelevant and stands a good chance of beating out Obama in the upcoming election.
Alcoholism is not an excuse for someone to get away with committing crimes
Picking the wrong roommate could lead to a crazy semester
University budget proposal from House Democrats will do little to assist students after so many cuts
One WSU alumna’s approach to teaching should inspire others
The Eastern Washington library system should not regulate the internet
The Legislature disapproves of governor’s sales tax proposal
WSU needs a quicker action plan for severe weather conditions
Pullman, Wash. - WSU needs to take swifter action during critical weather conditions.more
U.S. needs to cut funding to social programs
Humans vs. Zombies began three weeks ago, with survivors few and far between
According to the liquor board, nearly 1,400 businesses will start selling hard alcohol.
Due to nationally rising tuition costs, “Pay as you Earn” has been pushed forward.
A press release written by a University of Idaho student contained incorrect statements.
The university could spend up $141,142.54 to decorate the Pullman Transit buses.
The money for the buses will come from WSU local funds generated by licensing fees.
Pullman, Wash. - WSU has offered to wrap two of the Pullman Transit buses with mylar, WSU themed logos.more
“The Wire” co-creator received the WSU William Julius Wilson Award Thursday evening.
Pullman, Wash. - "The Wire" co-creator David Simon visited WSU to receive an award for the advancement of social justice.more
Self identified missionary Micael Woroniecki preached to students on campus.
Pullman, Wash. - Self identified missionary Micael Woroniecki preached to students on campus.more
Students and professors alike enjoyed bikes stunts galore on campus Wednesday.
Pullman 2020 envisions Pullman, including WSU as a collective community.
The lecture was given as part of the Common Reading Tuesday’s series.
The prestigious scholarship was originally granted only to Ivy League students.