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Living in Pullman
In Pullman and the surrounding area students enjoy the many amenities the region has to offer. For the outdoor enthusiast, there are beautiful local hikes, miles of bike trails, and skiing just a short drive away. Farmer’s markets, local festivals like the National Lentil Festival, and a diverse music scene from local bands to national acts at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival can be found in the Pullman and Moscow, Idaho, communities. The region also has the cultural richness of bigger city life. Pullman is home to the Washington Idaho Symphony, civic theater groups, and local dance companies. Washington State University also offers a variety of performances both by traveling tours and faculty and students, and fine art exhibits in the WSU Museum of Art. WSU Cougar Athletics is a proud member of the Pac-12 Conference.
Student centers and organizations
- African American Student Center
- Asian American and Pacific Islander Student Center
- Chicanx Latinx Student Center
- Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center (GEISORC)
- Multicultural Student Mentoring Program
- Multicultural Student Services
- Native American Student Center
- Veterinarians as One Inclusive Community for Empowerment | VOICE. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A national, student-run organization committed to increasing awareness, respect, and sensitivity to differences among all individuals and communities in the field of veterinary medicine
- WSU Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science. Contact email@example.com.
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Pullman is located in the Palouse region of the Inland Northwest, homelands of the Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) Tribe and Palus people. The Palouse has one of the most beautiful and unique landscapes in the world. Rolling hills and wide-open skies give the region its distinctive appeal.
Residents enjoy outdoor activities and the benefits of small town living with the cultural richness of bigger city life.
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