Not only was the air heavy with humidity, but also with the anticipation of a dream of a community. Clad in their respective teams’ basketball uniforms, the young athletes stood in front of a banner of colorful handprints, signed two decades ago in support of a community gym in Little Tokyo by elementary school- to high school- aged Japanese American youth not unlike themselves.
More than 500 current and former WSU faculty, staff and students have signed a proposal as of Sunday to balance the $30 million budget deficit by cutting the salaries of administrators that make six figures a year by at least 10 percent.
Specifically, there would be a 10 percent cut for administrators making between $100,000 and $199,999, a 20 percent cut for those making between $200,000 and $299,999 and at least 30 percent to those making over $300,000. They calculated that with the proposed cuts, the university would be able to save $5 million dollars a year, about $15 million, or half of
It takes a little over a mile of uphill driving and unlocking and relocking several gates along the way to reach the highest point of Bald Butte, 30 minutes south of Pullman.
Deer graze nearby and coyotes’ howls echo below. This is the meticulously chosen site of the Palouse Astronomical Society’s observatory, built after years of location scouting and fundraising.
"SAT/SCT/SAD/SCD + more are incredible online spaces that are the product of every single one of you in here --- if that (doubling registrations) was the impact of one person's campaigning during the Internet's infancy to get more Asian folks on the bone marrow registry, how many times more do you think we would be able to double it today, with the magnitude of these networked groups combined?"
WSU is one of several investors in an energy capital hedge fund based in Cayman Islands
WSU was one of more than 100 educational institutions listed in the client database of offshore law firm Appleby in the Paradise Papers leaks early last month.
Republican voters were more likely to cut gatherings with Democratic family members short than the other way around, and the more saturated an area was with political advertising, the shorter family gatherings were, a WSU economics doctoral candidate found.
A photo of Brock Turner next to a definition of rape in a criminal justice textbook went viral after a WSU freshman shared the photo on her Facebook account two weeks ago.
Since then, Hannah Shumer, a pre-law criminal justice major, has seen her photo liked over 63,000 times and shared over 100,000 times.
Interview with LA Times journalist Eric Sondheimer, who has reported on the Super Bowl, the World Series and the NBA Championships, yet decided to continue to report on HS sports. Flipping the script, I got to talk to him about his experiences and observations on the job.
When activism meets art, the issues at hand are no longer abstract political ideas or mere talking points on clipboards. Instead, they become something more humanized and relatable.
When Matt Benoit visited Conor Devitt at his new home in the British Virgin Islands in January, he told Devitt, a WSU graduate, that he was “living in a Corona commercial.” Picturesque beaches, warm waters and ample sunshine seemed like paradise.
Nine months later, Tortola Island is strewn with debris from destroyed businesses and homes left in the wake of Hurricane Irma, a Category 5 hurricane that ripped through the British Virgin Islands last Wednesday.
Hundreds of WSU students, community members and faculty at WSU have called for expulsion or denouncement of James Allsup, former president of the WSU College Republicans, following his participation in a white supremacist rally at the University of Virginia on Saturday.