WSU Historians Explore Untold Stories of Cougars Who Died in WWII

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PULLMAN, Wash. – A legendary quarterback, class president and triple-sport letterman turned husband, father and high school coach. A first-generation college student and son of a modest farming family. A business major, fraternity brother and newlywed turned Wildcat fighter pilot. An international scholar who left the Philippines to attend college 7,000 miles away … and never returned.

"The Horses Literally Saved my Life" The Story Behind "The Benevolent Warrior"

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Our November Veteran that Rocks, Matthew Ditto, found some relief from his PTSD struggles through horse therapy, which motivated him and his wife to begin their own non-profit organization titled "The Benevolent Warrior". We were lucky enough to sit down with Mr. Ditto to discuss everything from his time in the military, to his PTSD struggles, all the way to where he is today organizing his own non-profit. 

Crapo, Cortez Masto Introduce New Bill to Improve Water Conservation at the Department of Energy

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Washington, D.C. -- U.S. Senators Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nevada) introduced the Energy and Water Research Integration Act.  This bill would require the Department of Energy (DOE) to consider water conservation during energy research projects and focus federal research and development on creating technologies to decrease water consumption in energy production.

Top 5 Biggest Improvements in the LCV Over the Past Decade

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For this week's survey of the week we asked what has been the biggest improvements in the valley over the last ten years. The comments on the posts really opened my eyes to all the improvements that the valley has had even in just the last decade. We compiled a list of the five biggest improvements in the LCV over the last ten years. 


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