Sigma Phi Epsilon will be holding a dodgeball tournament to help benefit our week of philanthropy. We will be charging teams to register, then giving out prizes to the winning teams. We will also be charging $2 to watch the games.
The American Heart association will be coming to WSU to set up remote-location heart-health checks. The setup will be similar to that of a blood drive. Their personnel will be providing heart health information to those present, as well as checking their heart health.
Join the members of Sigma Phi Epsilon at this fundraising event. Students will be singing, doing poetry readings and playing musical instruments. There will also be snacks and beverages. Come out for an evening of fun, food and great entertainment. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
Join RCA SWAT as we put on a kickball tournament, Saturday, April 7th. Come out at noon and watch the fun. Or join in. Teams can sign up before hand by contacting Adam Center, or sign up the day of. Prizes will be given for First Place.
Members of Sigma Phi Delta will be holding a panel to help fellow engineering students with questions they might have pertaining to curriculum, or questions they might have about campus and Greek life.
Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo early with Theta Phi Alpha! Enjoy delicious food and a great silent auction at El Rancho Grande! 20% of your total bill goes to Theta Phi Alpha's national philanthropy. Contact Amanda Turner for charity proceed flyer.
The Friends of the Libraries welcome some of WSU’s first students, faculty & staff members to share their stories of the campus’ early days: Jim Brown (former coach 1970-1997), Cathy Pearson (one of our first students & cheerleaders), Mary Jo Wiley (assistant to Fred White), Dr. Cynthia King, & Dr. William King (Classics professors), led by moderator Dr. Bill Rickert. Audience stories welcome following the formal presentation.