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WSU Tri-Cities Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Week Of Events

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Over at WSU Tri-Cities they're looking back to look forward. The campus is celebrating their 25th anniversary this week. Over at WSU Tri-Cities they're looking back to look forward. The campus is celebrating their 25th anniversary this week.
RICHLAND, WA - Over at WSU Tri-Cities they're looking back to look forward.

The campus is celebrating their 25th anniversary this week. This week they unveiled their new history timeline, which is a display that illustrates some of the monumental moments in their history. Each day this week there are events scheduled to celebrate how far the campus has come in it's first couple decades.

"This campus has a great opportunity to continue to grow and prosper and really be a nexus for career prepared graduates to go and hit the ground running to make the Washington State economy strong," said Chancellor H. Keith Moo-Young.

The chancellor went on to explain how the past 25 years have been a great start, but there are exciting developments already happening for the next 25.

Tuesday night they'll host a lecture from an acclaimed local author on the history of Hanford and how it shaped the Tri-Cities.

Tuesday 9/23 – Sam Vulpentest Lecture

                           East Auditorium

                           7 p.m.

Wednesday 9/24 - Success in Sports Lecture

                                 West Atrium

                                10-11 a.m.

Thursday 9/25 – Night With The Arts

                             East, West & CIC

                             6-8 p.m.

Firday 9FridayWSU Tri-Cities Reception

                         Invitation only

Sat-Sun – Coug Jubilee

                  East, West, CIC & Outdoors

                   9-2 p.m. – Open House and showcase, live music and food. 
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