Unnamed employees sent a letter to the retirement system board accusing Neville of violent outbursts in which he threw furniture and threatened subordinates.
“I’d keep coming back if I could. Obviously, winning is great. But doing it with these girls is even better,” said Callie Martin.
She didn’t score. She didn’t play. She didn’t dress. But that’s not to say her presence didn’t dominate the night.
They dropped an 85-76 decision Tuesday, allowing the Pride to shoot 61% in the second half and finish the game on an 18-5 run.
The letter concerns the university’s handling of an incident that occurred on Sept. 15, 2023, in which a student carried a training rifle into the Hangar.
A new report from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences contradicts the narrative that humanities degrees are a waste of money.
The university’s Raj Soin College of Business is ranked 43rd in the country, No. 1 in Ohio, and No. 8 in the Midwest.
“You want them to feel like they’re welcome,” Seth Gordon, director of the WSU Veteran and Military Center, said.
He saw far too many jitters in a 105-77 season-opening loss at Colorado State.
“Of course, I’m beating myself up now,” he said quietly. “I missed the game-winning shot."