“Passion; Perseverance; Learning.”
Students filled pieces of butcher paper with these personal strengths and posted them under a picture of The Incredible Hulk Saturday at an event in the CUB Junior Ballroom.more
Pullman - Drivers should cut their speed almost in half when driving in the snow, local law enforcement said.more
Pullman - Brenna Stroup fought a rising tide of tears at the final ASWSU senate meeting this semester as fellow senators cried and said goodbye to the senior.more
Pullman - Cougar football fans set a couch aflame on College Hill during the Apple Cup victory celebrations Friday night in Pullman.more
Pullman - Washington state Sen. Mark Schoesler and the ASWSU senate announced their support of WSU President Elson S. Floyd’s tuition plan Wednesday night.more
Pullman - Peter Nielsen ran past flames to save his computer from a fire that broke out Wednesday night at the College Crest Apartments on Northeast Merman Drive.more
Pullman - The average ambulance ride in Pullman costs about $1,000, though the bill catches many students off guard when it comes in the mail.more
ASWSU will continue tradition of donating to Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse
Pullman - WSU Health and Wellness Services now offers patients more privacy at its new pharmacy.more
After seven visits and little progress, Robert Riccius-Gilbert will no longer wait in the financial aid line.
Pullman - Robert Riccius-Gilbert is fed up with waiting in line for help with his financial aid.more
WSU administrators are offering varying explanations for the cause of the ongoing financial aid delay.
Pullman - WSU administrators are offering varying explanations for the cause of the ongoing financial aid delay.more
Pullman - The ongoing financial aid delay at WSU has piqued the interest of the Washington State Auditor’s Office.more
Moscow water supply could be in jeopardy
Groups focus on advocating for students at state Legislature
Investigators have made no arrests in connection with the fires on campus this summer
Pullman, Wash. - Investigators have made no arrests in connection to a string of arsons that destroyed two buildings on campus this summer. From late May through early June, Pullman firefighters had their hands full chasing four intentional fires set in early morning hours on university property. The first, on May 22, burned the Nez Perce Village community center beyond repair.more
The President and Vice-President of ASWSU reflect on their campaign promises.
The University Tuition Committee submitted its proposal for the increase earlier this week.
ASWSU Pullman has rejoined the Washington Students Associations.
A new academic regulation states that midterm grades will be submitted during week eight.
ASWSU president-elect says new staff will stress teamwork and serving the students.
Congressional candidate wants to create jobs that will give college graduates hope.
Debates about the budgets of Athletics, ASWSU and Multicultural Student Services highlighted the Services and Activities Fees Committee deliberation meeting.
ASWSU President Riley Myklebust was concerned with the information provided.
The ASWSU Judicial Board presented their findings of no decision and not guilty on suspected election violations.
University organizations met with the S&A committee Thursday to request funding.
The WSU Cougars are looking to extend their basketball season a little longer.
The WSU women’s basketball team has high hopes for next season .
The Cougs took down Oregon State in their first ever conference tournament win.
Erdman and Skaug plan to get some sleep and then promise to work hard.
Voting will begin today in the election for ASWSU president for the 2012-2013 year.
The Judicial Board held a hearing on Friday concerning an ASWSU presidential ticket and will release their decision later this week.
Pullman, Wash. - The Judicial Board held a hearing on Friday concerning an ASWSU presidential ticket and will release their decision later this week.more
It was a close game all the way through, but the Cougs could not hold on as they lost to USC.
Pullman, Wash. - It was a close game all the way through, but the Cougs could not hold on as they lost to USC.more
ASWSU presidential hopeful Kyle Erdman and vice presidential candidate Derrick Skaug said their goal is to help as many students as possible get the most out of their college experience.
Pulllman, Wash. - ASWSU presidential hopeful Kyle Erdman and vice presidential candidate Derrick Skaug said their goal is to help as many students as possible get the most out of their college experience.more
Sparks flew at the second ASWSU candidate debate in the CADD Thursday evening.
Pullman, Wash. - Sparks flew at the second ASWSU candidate debate in the CADD Thursday evening.more
A graduate student petitioned the ASWSU senate to create a Services and Activities Fee to prevent the closure of two WSU libraries.
Pullman, Wash. - A graduate student petitioned the ASWSU senate to create a Services and Activities Fee to prevent the closure of two WSU libraries.more
Pullman, Wash. - The WSU women’s basketball team expects their defense to be challenged Thursday against UCLA and Saturday against USC.more
The women's game between the Cougs and Huskies will be televised on ROOT sports
Pullman, Wash. - The WSU women’s basketball will travel to Seattle this week for their second face-off with the University of Washington.more
A new ASWSU organization is designed to inform students on relevant issues.
The ASWSU candidates discussed their qualifications and plans for election.
Pullman Wash. - The ASWSU candidates discussed their qualifications and plans for election.more
The conclusion of the second Coug Day at the Capitol marks the completion of the first ASWSU administration’s legislative goals.
Olympia, Wash. - The conclusion of the second Coug Day at the Capitol marks the completion of the first ASWSU administration’s legislative goals.more
A Washington state senate bill will require all students to take an additional financial aid class if passed.
Despite a late comback in a game against the Sun Devils, the Cougs could not get a win this weekend.
Pullman, Wash. - Despite a late comback in a game against the Sun Devils, the Cougs could not get a win this weekend.more
60 students from WSU and satellite schools will combine education and lobbying efforts.
The ASWSU Senate unanimously passed the final bill that modifies the student government’s bylaws at their Wednesday meeting.
Pulllman, Wash. - The ASWSU Senate unanimously passed the final bill that modifies the student government’s bylaws at their Wednesday meeting.more
The women's basketball team will be short handed this weekend from a few injuries to players
Pullman, Wash. - The WSU women’s basketball team will travel to the desert to face their next two opponents.more
Students sat in a large circle on Tuesday and discussed handling verbal and non-verbal abuse.
The revamped event will feature a letter writing campaign to senators for student voices to be heard.
Candidates have been announced for the 2012-2013 ASWSU presidential office.
WSU women can not hold on as they lost to the ducks in the final minutes of the game
Pullman, Wash. - WSU women can not hold on as they lost to the ducks in the final minutes of the gamemore
The women's basketball team held the Beavers to only 51 points last night
The ASWSU Senate passed a resolution Wednesday in support of protecting higher education funding.
Pullman, Wash. - The ASWSU Senate passed a resolution Wednesday in support of protecting higher education funding.more
Cook was brought to Pullman for her perimeter defensive capabilities and her competiveness
WSU will see a lot of zone defense when they play against the Oregon State Beavers
Pullman, Wash. - The women's basketball teams will be taking on the Oregon schools this weekendmore
ASWSU is building a group to discuss the tuition policy for the 2013-2014 school year.
A string of 20 turnovers led to an upseting loss to the Trojans for womens basketball.
Student government changed their election bylaws in a meeting Wednesday night.
Pullman, Wash. - Student government changed their election bylaws in a meeting Wednesday night.more
Pulllman, Wash. - The Cougs travel over to LA to take on USC and UCLAmore
The new proposal would give all students access to their grades after midterms.
The Cougars held their own in a battle of the felines against the Arizona Wildcats.
Pullman, WA - The Cougars held their own in a battle of the felines against the Arizona Wildcatsmore
Despite their best effort the Coug woman’s basketball team could not win against ASU
Pullman, Wash. - The women's basketball team will take on the Arizona schools at home this weekend.more
The Cougs were unable to grab wins against both Cal and Stanford during the weekend.
Changing faces performance brings standing ovation from President Floyd and others.
Pullman, Wash. - Artistic masks flashed onto the performer's face in the blink of an eye in the CUB Senior Ballroom Sunday.more
The Student Entertainment Board announced their formal separation from ASWSU during the senate meeting Wednesday.
Pullman, Wash. - The Student Entertainment Board announced their formal separation from ASWSU during the senate meeting Wednesday.more
Pulllman, Wash. - After a disappointing first half, the Cougs were unable to come back and beat the Huskies.more
The Cougs have started Pac-12 play with a 3-1 record
The WSU Women’s basketball team finished their pre-season play and had a successful start in the Pac-12 during winter break. The Cougars went 3-3 and now have a record of 9-7 overall and 3-1 in the Pac-12.more
One of the nations top fruit distributors hopes to create more jobs in Washington.
John E. Olrud was honored with the Distinguished Alumnus award Friday.
Students will be reimbursed for traded in textbooks with Amazon gift cards.
The Cougars took the lead early during Friday’s game against San Diego State.
The talent portion of the pageant featured poetry, music, dancing and poetry.
The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. will be hosting the pageant to benefit Toys 4 Tots.
The bill may be sent to an AD hoc committee for further review.
The award amount has already been cut and may be suspended after this session.
GIVE and participating students raise awareness for the homeless with cardboard city.
Veteran Brian Beleau said he needed to grow up before going to college, so he enlisted.
The Foley Institutes Coffee and Politics addressed China, Tuesday.
WSU finished their fall season this weekend at the Head of the Lake Regatta.
Ford Motor Company Fund and Hope Now International are providing the screenings.
The zzusis Steering Committee discussed its overall progress and new features Tuesday.
Pullman, Wash. - The zzusis Steering Committee discussed its overall progress and new features Tuesday.more
WSU women's basketball tasted victory for the first time this season after a face-off with the SPU Falcons.
Zainum Bahadshah discussed impressions of Islamic women Thursday in the CUE.
Experts from WSU and the UI debated the best way to feed the planet’s increasing population.
The sixth annual Latino Culture Night will educate people through various performances.
Cougar Crew teams held their annual Row-A-Thon to support siblings of cancer victims
Former Cougar football star shares his story of struggles in the NFL.
Mildred D. Muhammad discussed domestic violence warning signs with the audience.
The Church World Service walk was aimed to raise money to fight world poverty.
The debate held on Terrell Mall Tuesday was sponsored by CCE, the CUB and WSU libraries.