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WSU turns 125 later this week, let's test your general university knowledge.

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We usually focus the weekly trivia on Washington State athletics, but this week is a bit different. WSU was established on March 28, 1890, so the university will celebrate it's 125th birthday later this week. With that in mind, we'll see how well you know WSU, non-sports edition.

Q1: What year did WSU change from Washington State College to Washington State University?

Q2: The WSU creamery produces eight flavors of Cougar cheese, what are they?

Q3: What year did WSU open for classes?

Q4: When were the satellite campuses in Vancouver, Spokane and the Tri Cities added?

Q5: The Bryan Clock Tower is named after a very influential WSU president. What was his first name?



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Join the Cougar Athletic Fund in Celebrating WSU's 125th Birthday - Washington State University Official Athletic Site

Happy Birthday Washington State University! The Cougar Athletic Fund (CAF) is proud to participate in WSU's 125th birthday celebration and invites its membership and non-CAF members to join the party.