Pullman Campus News & Events March 7, 2023

All eyes were glued to the screen as the women’s basketball program clinched its first-ever conference championship over No. 19 UCLA 65-61 on Sunday.
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Around campus

Spring semester test of WSU Alert system scheduled for tomorrow

The Office of Emergency Management will be conducting the spring semester test of the WSU Alert Pullman system on the Pullman campus Wednesday, March 8.

Winter choral concert this Thursday

The WSU School of Music will present its winter choral concert, “The Storm Is Passing Over,” on Thursday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Bryan Hall Theatre.

Submit spring family weekend events

Spring 2023 spring family weekend is March 31 – April 2. All WSU Pullman departments, colleges, and organizations are invited to submit events.

Top Ten Senior Awards nominations now open

The Top Ten Senior Awards provide an opportunity for faculty, staff, community members, and other students to nominate a deserving senior for their contributions to Washington State University.

In case you missed it

Cougs win first Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Championship in program history

The WSU team — the first No. 7 seed to advance to the championship — edged 19th‑ranked UCLA for the conference title Sunday and an automatic berth in the NCAA tournament.

Glacier National Park could be climate haven for Canada lynx

The Washington State University-led survey reveals the iconic predator resides across most of Glacier’s 1,600 square-mile landscape, although at lower densities than in the core of its range further north. 

Veterinary student wins national business award

A $2 million proposal by Washington State University student Thomas Kile for the purchase, remodel, and expansion of a fictitious veterinary clinic earned first place in a national competition for veterinary students.

Longtime Seattle Children’s Foundation president joins WSU Board of Regents

Douglas Picha — who recently retired after four decades as president of Seattle Children’s Foundation — is now serving his alma mater as a member of the Washington State University Board of Regents.

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