A group of muralists at Washington State University have been painting different murals across Pullman. Students and faculty in the fine arts department have worked in recent months to create a vibrant bouquet of public art. Some have appeared on walls of buildings at the center of town and at […]
Washington State University and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will kick off a joint seminar series at noon on Wednesday via Teams. During the seminar series, faculty and scientists will provide short synopses of their data work. They will also host an open discussion on the topic to encourage research […]
Free photos with Santa will take place Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the University of Idaho Student Union Building. All students, alumni, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend. They can also accommodate groups such as Greek chapters, classes, and athletics teams.
The Pullman Chamber of Commerce is searching for a new Membership and Events Manager. The manager will work with business leaders, economic support, and tourism. They will also identify new opportunities from sponsorships of programs, events, and other branding platforms. According to the chamber, salary will be based on experience. […]
Washington State University’s Hort Club will host a poinsettia sale Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The sale will take place in WSU’s greenhouse by Ferdinand’s in Pullman. A 6 ½ inch pot costs $12. Cash or checks will only be accepted. This sale is by appointment-only.
On this GivingTuesday, everyone who donates $100 to the United Way of Whitman County Community Fund, will receive a can of Cougar Gold Cheese. In addition to the Cougar Gold Cheese match, two local Pullman businesses will provide a cash donation match for dollars raised on GivingTuesday. Values and Visions […]
Washington State University President Kirk Schulz has moved up his timeline to transition to the institution’s new administrative structure. A post on the WSU website from Schulz announces that Inaugural WSU Pullman Chancellor-designate Elizabeth Chilton will take over additional operational leadership of the campus on January 1st. Chilton’s new duties […]
The University of Idaho announced the pick-up location for Vault COVID-19 test kits has changed. Starting Monday, faculty, staff and students can grab a kit at the Student Recreation Center at the east entrance from noon to 2 p.m. The kits will only be available through Friday.