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WSU Tri-Cities plans Cougar Pride Days
Washington State University Tri-Cities is hoping to get some spring cleaning done on campus and to help some West Richland residents in need through a new service-based learning program.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
'Sublime vapidity'? Senate's budget would toss health science research fund
More than fifteen years ago, Washington wrung $4.5 billion from big tobacco companies in a legal settlement involving 45 other states.
US News & World Report
6 Great Jobs You Can Get With an Online Degree
But it doesn't have to be. By joining the millions of Americans pursuing online education , it's possible to prepare for the next great job opportunity from the comfort of your couch.
Stage Listings - Fri, 07 Mar 2014 PST
Twilight Tour of Bach Suites at Historic Landmarks J.S. Bach's Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello presented by cellist Zuill Bailey.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Washington State University Researcher Creates Bioasphalt From Used Cooking Oil
Pullman, WA-Over the past century, asphalt has played an integral role in the American economy, keeping us all connected through a sprawling, easily accessible web of national roadways.
WSU begins construction on the 'Clean Technology Laboratory Bldg.'
Washington State University is in the process of building another multi-million dollar, state of the art research facility.
Anal sex latest craze to hit US college campuses - Indiatalkies.com
Washington, Mar.6: Despite being a taboo topic in colleges, anal sex is the latest rage among students, it has been revealed.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Peninsula Daily News
News Briefs - Masters Gardeners to visit students in Clallam...
Washington State University Clallam County Master Gardeners will be visiting second-grade classes throughout the county over the next nine weeks to motivate young people to grow their own food.
Kevin Kikugawa is in his first year as a member of the SMU Sports Medicine Staff as an Assistant Athletic Trainer.
Speeding vehicle involves Swat Team apprehension of Seattle men
Two Seattle men are behind bars in Pullman after an incident early Tuesday morning that involved the Swat Team.
Experts stumped over increase in rare birth defects- CDC: Antibiotic...
The odd development was brought to light in 2012 by Sara Barron, who was working a nurse at Prosser Medical Hospital in rural Washington at the time.
JPMorgran grant helps WSU medical program in Spokane - Wed, 05 Mar 2014 PST
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Spokane's business community has fulfilled its promise to invest in medical education by meeting its $2.2 million benchmark this week.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The Latest Rage On College Campuses Is Apparently Anal Sex
Though anal sex remains a taboo topic on college campuses, students are warming up to the idea of incorporating the "back door" into their sex lives.
WSU Marketing Professors' study Texting and Driving behaviors
For years, we've heard devastating stories and statistics about the dangers of texting and driving, but it's still fairly common to see people behind the wheel with their phone in hand.
2 arrested after standoff on Washington State University campus
PULLMAN, Wash. The Whitman County SWAT Team helped end a standoff on the campus of Washington State University Tuesday morning.
The Bothell Reporter
Bothell, Kenmore residents among Washington State University's list of fall 2013 graduates
Brittni Lane Adams, Bachelor of Science in Psychology; Erika Natsumi Barnes, Bachelor of Science in Psychology; Sara Ashley Broderick, Bachelor of Arts in Communication; Jared Hill Bryant, Bachelor of Arts in Digital Technology and Culture; Lori Ann Burke, Bachelor of Arts in Humanities; Tyler J Davis, Bachelor of Arts in Business ... (more)
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
WSU Vancouver offers students experience in renewable energy
Instructor Stephen Solovitz stands in front of a small wind farm on the east side of the WSU Vancouver campus.
Daugherty as treasured an artifact as what he dug
Richard Daugherty, the dean of Pacific Northwest archaeology and resident of Panorama in Lacey, died Feb. 22 in Pullman at the age of 91. The longtime Washington State University professor was a pioneer in his field, working in concert with Washington coast Native Americans on the region's most significant archaeological digs of the 20th century ... (more)
Mon Mar 03, 2014
John Paul Gilbert, 70
John Paul Gilbert, 70, of Tahuya, Wa., passed away peacefully on Feb. 25, 2014, at the Retsil Washington Veterans Home.
Criminal Report Daily
Machines Moored to the Seafloor Harness Ocean Power
Most people would agree that fossil fuels simply need to go. They're the cause of pollution, wars and climate change.