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WSU students react to Rolovich’s fate as head coach

With Nick Rolovich fired as Washington State University’s head football coach after his refusal to get a COVID-19 vaccination, students on campus reacted mostly in support of the move, with some questioning both the former coach and the school’s decisions as the vaccine mandate for most state workers locked into place Monday.

Ask Dr. Universe: What are the strings inside a pumpkin?

If you open up a pumpkin, you would see all kinds of different things inside. Some people call all this gooey stuff the pumpkin’s “brains” or its “guts.” There’s the meaty orange flesh, sticky pulp, lots of seeds and, of course, all those little strings.

Scientists battle hoof disease with clear eyes

Scientists at Washington State University said their research into elk hoof disease is aimed at finding strategies that can help wildlife managers control its spread and that eradicating the debilitating illness is likely impossible.

Arts Wrap: Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra launches season Monday

Beginning its 2021-22 season, the Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra will open with Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat Major, Op. 55, the “Eroica,” and continue with two concertos by faculty composer Shuying Li.

Locally: CC of Spokane golf coach hits hole-in-one, wins pro-am in Pullman

Prugh collected the seventh hole-in-one of his playing career, and fifth in competition, on the 119-yard 16th hole during Thursday’s closing round to highlight a 22-under-par 122 (61-61) as he and boyhood friend and amateur partner Reid Hatley of Hayden Lake carved out a two-stroke victory in the 36-hole tournament.

Howard University, Netflix to honor Chadwick Boseman with scholarships

Netflix has established a $5.4 million endowed scholarship at Howard University to honor actor and alum Chadwick Boseman. The Chadwick A. Boseman Memorial Scholarship will award full scholarships to students in the historically Black university’s College of Fine Arts.