I spent last weekend visiting my nephew Mathew in Pullman, WA. I hadn't been back at WSU in a couple of decades. A lot has changed. The new wing of the main library, named after WSU President Glenn Terrell, is beautiful. There's also a new rec center that has four racquetball courts, a field hockey court, badminton courts, four full-length basketball courts, a track, lots of cardio equipment, volleyball courts, ping pong, darts, and even a foosball table. We went there four times. I saw a few of my former residences (Scott Hall, Monroe Ave., and the Honda Shop). The CUB is a totally new building. It's hard to believe I was there 26 years ago. Wow, that's nuts.
Bruised Books was one of my favorite used bookstores of all time. And it still is! I bought David McCullough's "Mornings on Horseback" (hardback) for $7. Nice.
I walked past this park every morning in 1986 when I lived above the Honda Shop in downtown Pullman. I'd forgotten how steep the hill was to the top of campus.
I remember seeing Hannah and her Sisters opening weekend at the Cordova. Now it's a house of worship.