On Tuesday, I attended the Board of Trustees meeting for the Community Colleges of Spokane. Usually, the meeting is convened in Spokane, but every so often, the board meets in one of our outlying centers. Our most recent meeting was held in the Pullman Center.
The community college holds class in the old Pullman High School.
The WSU cougar is everywhere present in Pullman, including this carving on the bridge.
The Pullman Center has a painting in the stairwell that depicts the westward expansion of the American empire. The settlers and the wagon train takes the center of the piece while the Indians watch passively to one side of the image. Disturbing.
The outside of the old Pullman High School.
The campus of Washington State University.