Discipline, drive, and awe
Photos capture the spectacle of life on campus.
Members of the WSU rowing team practice on the Snake River near Wawawai Landing.
A student gets her work done under the approving gaze of Albert Einstein.
Coug fans watch the women’s soccer team under a beautiful Palouse sunset.
A graduate student works in one of the University’s new research labs.
A pole-vaulter strives to clear the bar during a Pac-12 meet at Mooberry Track.
Studying in the sunlight at the base of the Palouse Columns sculpture.
The Paccar Environmental Technology Building is constructed with renewable materials and technologies developed at WSU, including wood composites, recycled concrete, and permeable pavement.
Spoken-word artist, Nikki Norman, rehearses in Bryan Hall’s historic auditorium.
Biofuel created by the WSU-led Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (NARA) powered the world’s first commercial flight using biomass from branches, treetops, and other timber harvest leftovers.
WSU researcher Jen McIntyre showcased her research at the Innovators Lecture Series in April. She explores the harmful impacts of stormwater runoff and ways to prevent contaminants from reaching urban streams and marine waters.
Nighttime at the Everett Marina, not far from WSU North Puget Sound at Everett.
The Cougar Marching Band performs for a capacity crowd during halftime at Martin Stadium.
Cayenne, WSU’s “First Dog,” gets friendly with the camera.
Linemen battle it out at Cougar football practice.