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College soccer notebook: WSU women face big test on Friday, Sunday

After barely passing a pop quiz last weekend, the Washington State women’s soccer team faces a major test this week in the Bay Area. In their Pac-12 opener on Friday, …


Soccer notebook: Big test coming for WSU women

After barely passing a pop quiz last weekend, the Washington State women’s soccer team faces a major test this week in the Bay Area.


Northwest cross country finds success in Stanford

Local runners represented the Inland Northwest well on Saturday afternoon at the Stanford Invitational in Stanford, California. The Washington State men claimed the team title, WSU’s Abby Regan won the …


$15 minimum-wage advocate will deliver message Thursday in Pullman, Spokane

On Wednesday the Los Angeles City Council voted to raise the minimum wage for workers at the city’s big hotels to more than $15 an hour. To Nick Hanauer, that …


Steve Christilaw: Football coaches learning to love slimmer playbook

The football playbook is a sacred thing. Football players are expected to know them inside and out and guard them with their lives. If the house catches fire, they’re expected …


Private meetings between UW, WSU explored ‘co-branding’ medical school in Spokane

Two private meetings this summer brought top officials from the University of Washington and Washington State University close to a deal on “co-branding” a medical school in Spokane. Yet the …


Private meetings explored “co-branded” medical school in Spokane

Two private meetings this summer brought top officials from the University of Washington and Washington State University close to a deal on “co-branding” a medical school in Spokane.


UW rips WSU-commissioned study on new medical school

The University of Washington on Monday criticized as “seriously flawed” a feasibility study supporting a second public medical school that would be established in Spokane by Washington State University. WSU …


UW calls WSU medical school study flawed

The University of Washington on Monday criticized as “seriously flawed” a feasibility study supporting for a second public medical school that would be established in Spokane by Washington State University.


Cougar walk-on from WV makes the most of his opportunity

They say that opportunity knocks, but in the real world it’s not always that simple. Sometimes it just leaves the door cracked open for you and waits for you to …


WSU’s Bettinson earns MVP honors at Notre Dame volleyball tournament

Close followers of the Washington State University volleyball team know about Kyra Holt, Emmy Allen and Haley MacDonald, prized recruits in the Cougars’ nationally ranked 2013 class. They’re well aware …


Linda Pall’s garden of hope

Hope grows here – along with cherry, Roma and heirloom tomatoes, basil, Swiss chard, tarragon and thyme. Chives came first. Then “lots of lettuces,” zucchini, broccoli, “some very nice cilantro,” …


Ryan Leaf sentenced to 5 years

Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been sentenced to five years in prison in Texas for violating terms of his probation.


Blending worlds, exploring space

Curator Ryan Hardesty imagines ceramics artist Ann Christenson’s studio walls as porous, the boundary between art and life cleared with ease. Ideas move in, become entangled with other ideas, “and …


University District pedestrian bridge would link campus to South Side

The city of Spokane held an open house about the University District Bridge on Thursday presenting the $12 million to $13 million pedestrian bridge that would span Martin Luther King …


Exhibit puts inner workings on display

An exhibit at the Museum of Art at Washington State University brings the “back of house” to front, putting its staff on display as they do the work involved in …


Shawn Vestal: College stats on rape are unbelievable

Wow. So the Wazzu sorority whizzers have been caught on film, denounced and decried, and they’ve come forth with an abject apology. Case closed. If only all questions of justice …


Fresh Sheet: WSU’s Janet K. Beary wins award

A Washington State University nutrition professor has been named Washington Outstanding Dietitian of the Year. The Washington State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics awarded this year’s title to Janet K. …


WSU cites sorority after students urinate in CdA park

Washington State University will charge a sorority with disorderly conduct and alcohol violations after a group of students were seen and photographed urinating in a downtown Coeur d’Alene park Saturday …


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WSU sorority faces charges over public urination

Washington State University says it will charge a sorority with disorderly conduct and alcohol violations for an incident Saturday in Coeur d’Alene involving students urinating in City Park in front …


WSU students may have urinated in public park

Washington State University is looking into a report that a group of its students – males and females – urinated in full view of the public Saturday in Coeur d’Alene’s …


WSU football will play host to EWU in 2018

PULLMAN – The Washington State football team will host Eastern Washington on Sept. 15, 2018, in Martin Stadium the school announced on Wednesday. The Eagles will also travel to WSU …


Bear research could advance human medicine

I’ve gained 5 pounds since last summer. My body mass index (BMI) is still fine, but I need to stop gaining to keep it that way. Grizzly bears put my …


Reserves give strong showing at WSU scrimmage

PULLMAN – Saturday’s practice, the first scrimmage of spring, may have been “just kind of another day” for Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday, whose easy efficiency was reminiscent of the …


Reserves step up for Cougars

Saturday’s practice, the first scrimmage of spring, may have been “just kind of another day” for Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday, but it was another kind of day entirely for …


Vaccination campaign credited for plunge in whooping cough cases

Two years after a whooping cough epidemic struck Washington state, the number of people infected has plummeted. The state Department of Health credits a campaign to boost vaccination rates.


WSU spring football: WR Vince Mayle emerges slimmer, faster

PULLMAN – College football players spend the winter hidden away from the outside world in a weight room where their work goes unwatched by their autumnal fans. In spring, they …


Lakeland’s Bayley drives toward good finish

Derek Bayley usually puts his golf clubs away for 3-4 months in the winter, but this year his break was a little longer. The talented, three-sport athlete had left shoulder …


WSU researchers work to create cattle vaccine

Researchers at Washington State University have begun work on a vaccine that could save the lives of millions of cattle around the world. The disease, known as East Coast fever, …


Blanchette: Moos gets his man in Kent

What matters is whether Ernie Kent can do more than tread water at Washington State University. Or whether it’s reasonable to expect more than that on a sustained basis.