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Humans of WSU Libraries: Preparation and Finals Weeks

While Preparation and Finals Weeks are notorious for being stressful, exhausting, and even defeating, students find peace of mind when they retreat to Terrell or Holland Library. Preparation Week consists of everything that goes into Finals Week—hours of studying, finishing up final projects, last days of classes, and all while anticipating winter break. The WSU […]
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Why I give: A couple’s WSU experience leads to lifelong donations

It was 1964 in Pullman, and just under 10,000 students attended WSU.  Two of those students were Monica Bartlett and Don Peters, who were in awe of the campus compared to their small Washington hometowns of Tekoa and Pasco, respectively.  Monica, whose high school graduating class was 26 people, said she loved everything about college, […]
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Apple Cup: Photograph Series

The collapse of the PAC-12 has left Washington State University as one of two remaining teams. With this, traditions are coming to an end. The final WSU vs. University of Washington Apple Cup game took place on Nov. 25 in Seattle. UW took the final win, 24-21, over WSU in a well-fought game. However, this […]
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Humans of WSU Libraries

Similar to the “Humans of New York” photoblog series where New Yorkers are interviewed and photographed, WSU students are interviewed about themselves and their experience at WSU. Mike Haz Diaz is a senior majoring in psychology from Federal Way, Wash.  When Haz Diaz first started touring college campuses, he visited WSU and fell in love. […]
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Celebrating Veterans Day

Veterans Day honors those who have served our country. Observed annually on Nov. 11, the federal holiday is an opportunity to show appreciation for the men and women of the military, not just on the holiday, but every day.  The Veterans and Military Affiliated Student Services Center is located in Holland Library on the first […]
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WSU Libraries donates 270 pounds of food to student food pantry

Each day at 3 p.m., Merri Lecoq, a single mom and full-time student, became hungry.  She stopped by the vending machine for a packet of peanut M&Ms, which had at least a little bit of protein to get her through the rest of the day. It was all she could afford. Although student loans and […]
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National Hispanic Heritage Month and migrant farmworkers

National Hispanic Heritage Month ran from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, a time to celebrate how the Hispanic community has added tremendous value to our society. As part of the celebration, WSU Libraries delved into the archives to highlight the Yakima Valley migrant farmworker community and their contributions. The images below were captured by photographer […]
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Humans of WSU Libraries

WSU Libraries are starting a series on students found in Terrell and Holland libraries. Similar to the “Humans of New York” photoblog series, where New Yorkers are interviewed and photographed, WSU students are interviewed about themselves and their experience at WSU. Natalie James is a freshman majoring in psychology at WSU. She is from Port […]
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