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The deficit Washington State’s athletic department has grappled with for years is expected to reach $93.5 million by the end of the current fiscal year before rising in 2021 and 2022 and finally leveling out by 2023.
The deficit Washington State’s athletic department has grappled with for years is expected to reach $93.5 million by the end of the current fiscal year before rising in 2021 and 2022 and finally leveling out by 2023.
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Sports >  WSU football

Action over words: How Washington State’s A.J. Cooper is leading change during a time of unrest

UPDATED: Sat., June 13, 2020

Lamonte McDougle had grown frustrated with the written statements flooding his social media timeline – many of them packed with overused catchphrases, Martin Luther King Jr. quotes and unfulfilled promises from college football coaches who’d crafted well-meaning responses to the social issues engulfing America, but without initiating any real change.
Sports >  WSU football

For Washington State, virtual learning has taken precedent in an unprecedented manner

UPDATED: Wed., June 10, 2020

Since Armani Marsh was a freshman, Blackboard Learn has been a staple of the academic curriculum at WSU and something that’s as much of everyday life in Pullman as the sloping, concrete hills that turn routine walks to class into grueling, sweaty hikes. But just like those hills, Marsh has grown more comfortable with the popular virtual educational tool, and recently has found a more unconventional way of using it.