Without students, Pullman is a little squirrely | Schools
The campus is pretty much dead silent except for the sound of squirrels scurrying about.
WSU News photographer, Matt Haugen, spent his morning exploring the campus to see what was going on without the hustle and bustle of the student body. He spotted this frequently seen critter posing near an old engraved plaque on campus - just near Thompson Hall.
Haugen wrote, “It’s a beautiful day in Pullman. Finals are wrapping up, and students are heading home.”
He also spotted crews working on remodeling Duncan Dunn and Community up on the main part of campus.
Online: View a photo album featuring all of Haugen’s photography from Friday, December 16th.