Celebrating 50 years of Title IX

Title IX was signed into law by President Richard Nixon on June 23, 1972. Thursday marks 50 years since gender equality in education became a civil right in America, allowing opportunities that our mothers and grandmothers never had.

Washington State pummels UW 40-13 in Apple Cup

Max Borghi rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns, and Washington State handed Washington its biggest loss in the history of the rivalry matchup with a 40-13 victory in the Apple Cup on Friday night.

WSU looks to snap Apple Cup losing streak vs. UW

The scenario of the Cougs acting as the Pac-12's North Division representative hinges on a victory over the Huskies. But even the possibility is unexpected considering where they were at barely a month ago.

Cougars visit the Ducks needing a win for bowl eligibility

The Ducks can clinch the Pac-12 North title and a spot in the conference championship game with a win over Washington State combined with a Stanford victory over Oregon State. With three games left, and the conference title game, Oregon continues to aim for a spot in the College Football Playoffs. Washington State is just a win away from bowl eligibility, despite the turbulence caused by the dismissal of coach Nick Rolovich over his refusal of a COVID-19 vaccination.

Former Washington State coach Nick Rolovich appeals firing over refusal to get vaccine

Attorneys for former Washington State coach Nick Rolovich sent a letter to the university appealing his firing for refusing to get the coronavirus vaccine, contending school officials did not conduct a fair process to determine whether he should receive a religious exemption to a state mandate that all state employees must be vaccinated.