New outreach to students

    A new church in Pullman has put a spin on the way people look at religion while testing different ways to reach out to the student body.   Resonate Church set up a tent on Glenn Terrell Mall giving out free coffee while spreading the idea about Good Friday and Holy Week.  They […]

Beasley presents Newton’s Revenge

Mad Science presents, “Don’t Try This at Home II: Newton’s Revenge,” the spectacular live stage show that explores the zany side of science today at 7 p.m . Professor Pruvitt and Crash are back again as they continue to demystify the fundamental Laws of Motion by demonstrating the role physics plays in our everyday lives. With a […]

Organic dryland grain cop field day rescheduled

Field studies on dryland organic grain production will be featured at the 4th-annual Organic Dryland Grain Crop Field Day, scheduled June 20 at the Les and Pat Boyd farm.Field day topics include:*Production systems that facilitate the transition from conventional to organic grain production*The economics of making the transition*Earthworms as indicators of soil health during the […]

Engineering hosts first open house

Presentations ranging from robotics to a project to develop a decal applicator for Boeing Company airplanes will be featured at the first WSU College of Engineering and Architecture Open House, April 20 – 21.The two days of activities will include graduate research posters and demonstrations; undergraduate senior design presentations; student club displays; and an awards […]

Genocide is focus of two WSU lectures

Two lectures at WSU will focus on the issue of genocide, the planned extermination of an entire ethnic or political group, on April 12 and 13. In a public event sponsored by the Department of History, Zeljka Vidic will share her personal story of war and fear Wednesday, April 12, at 7 p.m. in the […]

WSU Vancouver hosts Third Annual Research Showcase

WSU Vancouver will open its doors to the community for the Third Annual Research Showcase from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 20. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place in Student Services Building room 129.The Showcase is an opportunity to view and discuss the exciting and creative research […]

University Recycling advocates zero-waste events

With weather warming and the school year coming to a close, many departments are planning end-of-the-year barbecues, meetings and events. University Recycling hopes event planners include environmental sustainability in their party plans.The WSU Sustainability Initiative Executive Policy 24, which passed in November 2005, “seeks to provide an exemplary teaching, research and outreach environment that fosters […]

Wells Fargo CEO to speak at Power Breakfast in Seattle

WSU has announced that Wells Fargo Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Richard Kovacevich will be the guest speaker at the College of Business Power Breakfast, to be held Thursday, April 13 in Seattle.The breakfast is scheduled from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Grand Hyatt Seattle, located at 721 Pine St. Washington CEO magazine is […]

Performance will assist women around the world

Women from Pullman to Louisiana to East Asia stand to benefit from the 2006 production of “The Vagina Monologues,” which is performed yearly at WSU as part of V-Day, a worldwide effort to stop violence against women through education, awareness and fund raising. Last year’s benefit raised about $8,000. The cast and crew each year […]

This time, you get to bite the bug

Mealworm tacos and cricket chili are among the delicacies that students in Washington State University entomology Professor Richard Zack‘s “Insects and People” class will dish up Friday, Nov. 4.From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the Cascade Room of the Compton Union Building, Zack’s students will sample and serve a variety of foods that have […]