The President tells The Daily Evergreen about his experiences before WSU.
More cuts are coming in the wake of the new shortfall indicated in the revenue forecast.
Citizens of the state of Washington have their own problems to worry about
The controversial merger of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences passed, but the greatest challenge is yet to come: the task of integrating the two schools.
Three percent contingency fund is being withheld will be released on October 1.
The cuts may lead to a $25.8 million cut to WSU’s future budget.
Renovations to Martin Stadium, while costly, are necessary for our school
Education will be the key ingredient for success
Technology can ease our carrying capacity
The administration has let WSU professors down; time to organize
The cost of educating a student has stayed the same but now the state is paying less of the bill.
With furthering firings ahead, WSU's future appears to be growing more bleak
President Elson S. Floyd said tuition may be reduced by 16 percent for the 2013 summer session.
Pullman, Wash. - Community/Duncan Dunn Hall opened its doors after a year long renovation this fall semester.more
Special assistant to the provost Ken Vreeland said the university’s strategy has been a ‘real success story.’
Pullman, Wash - WSU makes adjustments to class sections and sizes to accommodate the large incoming freshman class.more
Pullman 2020 envisions Pullman, including WSU as a collective community.
Gov. Chris Gregoire could face severe backlash for this proposed budget
University budget proposal from House Democrats will do little to assist students after so many cuts
Wash. officials sit in on ASWSU meeting