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WSU wins $15M grant for specialty crop research

The effects of pests, drought and disease on hop and mint plants — and how those stresses influence the taste of beer and gum — will be the subject of …


Martin Stadium ready for Phase III

PULLMAN – Late Saturday afternoon, Washington State University safety Chima Nwachukwu leaped in the east end zone of Martin Stadium and intercepted a Southern Methodist pass, all but ensuring the …


Cougs try to relax

PULLMAN – There’s going to be a little more relaxed look to Washington State University’s football practices this week. Not solely because the Cougars are coming off their first win …


WSU sets another enrollment record

PULLMAN — Washington State University has set another enrollment record at its four campuses.


Number of swine flu cases drops sharply at WSU

PULLMAN — The number of students calling to report flu-like symptoms at Washington State University has dropped sharply, indicating the nation’s biggest outbreak of swine flu on a college campus …


WSU’s No. 1 for swine flu

Washington has the highest incidence of swine flu among college students – nearly triple the rate of Georgia, the next highest state, an American College Health Association report said Thursday. …


Resident’s death linked to swine flu

A Spokane man in his 50s has died of complications from H1N1 influenza, aka swine flu – the second such death in the county. The contagious virus has hospitalized seven …


Another alleged assault victim recants at WSU

A second alleged victim of assault on Washington State University’s Pullman campus has recanted her story.


Extensive flu outbreak is expected at WSU

Washington State University doctors anticipate the H1N1 influenza virus will sweep across its Pullman campus within the next several weeks as about 18,000 students start classes. The university’s Health and …


Third assault at WSU a false report, officials say

A woman who reported being sexually assaulted on Washington State University’s Pullman Campus on Monday recanted later that day and said she had not been attacked.


Honeybee ailment could be losing its sting

Washington State University researchers on the trail of a mysterious honeybee killer have narrowed the list of contributors to two: a microscopic pathogen and pesticides. “We are getting closer to …


WSU loses grant funding migrant worker education

PULLMAN – A Washington State University program that for more than four decades helped educate migrant workers and their children has lost its federal funding. The program helped students to …


Russell fights conviction, term

Despite apologizing for the drunken crash that killed three Washington State University students and seriously injured three others, Fred Russell has appealed his conviction and 14-year prison sentence. Russell’s appeal …


WSU Education dean Judy Mitchell dies

PULLMAN — Judy Nichols Mitchell, who was dean of the Washington State University College of Education for the past 11 years, has died.


Scientist on guard for wheat disease

PULLMAN — A scientist at Washington State University is keeping watch for a wheat disease that has the potential to wipe out much of the U.S. crop.


WSU announces final cuts: 359 jobs, three programs

Washington State University will cut 359 jobs and eliminate three academic programs to deal with severe budget cuts imposed by the state, school President Elson Floyd said Wednesday. The department …


Cougars’ bullpen collapses in loss to Arkansas

Scott Lyons hit a three-run homer as Arkansas rallied for nine runs in the eighth inning to beat Washington State 10-3 on Friday in the opening game of the NCAA …


WSU brings back reading program

Washington State University has reinstated its freshman reading program, including this year’s controversial book selection, “Omnivore’s Dilemma,” after a former chairman of the board of regents offered to pay for …


WSU graduate killed in rollover crash

A recent graduate of Washington State University whose parents emigrated from Russia more than 20 years ago was killed Wednesday evening in a one-vehicle rollover accident along the Snake River …


Regent balks at WSU book choice

A book chosen by a Washington State University committee as appropriate food for thought for all incoming freshmen will not be distributed at summer orientation after a member of the …


WSU to launch online MBA program

Washington State University’s College of Business plans to offer an online MBA program starting this fall. If approved by school regents this week, WSU will be the only state-funded school …


WSU cutting jobs, programs

About 370 jobs and several academic programs will be cut at Washington State University’s four campuses as part of a preliminary plan to trim the budget by nearly 10.4 percent …


WSU to cut programs, jobs

Washington State University announced today it will cut about 370 jobs, eliminate some academic programs and reorganize administration to help slash $54 million from its budget.


More than just hallway monitors

As a resident adviser majoring in psychology at Washington State University, Anna Harrison is well-equipped to deal with the “natural dramas of being at college.” “The conversations I have with …


WSU athletes have breakthrough seasons

Big breakthroughs require big explanations, right? Slash seconds off a best time or make a quantum leap in, well, your leap and there must be some magic technical or training …


Apple Cup may call Seattle home

PULLMAN – Washington State University and the University of Washington are near an agreement to move the Apple Cup rivalry football game to Qwest Field in Seattle, The Spokesman-Review learned …


WSU-Pullman stops taking freshman applications

Because of expected budget cuts, Washington State University is no longer accepting freshman applications for the fall at its Pullman campus. “We are trying to strike the proper balance between …


WSU stops accepting freshman applications

Because of expected budget cuts, Washington State University is no longer accepting freshman applications for the fall at its Pullman campus.


Budget cuts rekindle faculty group

Concern about budget cuts at Washington State University has prompted a resurgence of a national faculty rights organization on campus. The American Association of University Professors, active in Pullman in …


Bennett to build Virginia on passion, integrity

Tony Bennett says he plans to rebuild the men’s basketball program at Virginia around two basic principles: passion and integrity.