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On the Riverpoint campus there are some very unusual art sculptures. These stone pillars with the round rock on top make me want to test how solid they are! Maybe a gentle shove! Obviously they are long standing at this … Continue reading
Lunch choices on Riverpoint Campus included this charming lunch wagon. Business was good!
Riverpoint Campus in the University District was alive with activity today. The buildings are modern and beautiful, the landscaping so attractive. Most importantly, an exciting part of our community.
Built in 1898 and formerly called the Administration Building, College Hall is Gonzaga’s oldest and most storied hall. It houses many of Gonzaga’s administrative offices, including Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, Student Life, and Public Relations. It also serves as one … Continue reading
The Gonzaga men’s basketball team takes on Arizona in the third round of the NCAA tournament….today! Pictured is the Gonzaga campus athletic center.
Saint George’s School is rated in the top 30 private schools in the USA. A college and life preparatory school, there are fewer than 500 students. The campus is tucked away in a private mountain setting with the river close … Continue reading
Construction continues as the Riverpoint Campus is expanded to accomodate the four year medical school. What a beautiful and exciting addition to our community!
The newest addition to the Riverpoint Campus is the four year medical school building. The campus is home to WSU and EWSU. Spokane is becoming a major medical center–and we are proud of our growing and changing community.
Further proof that the Spokane campus of EWU/WSU is designed by true artists! The layout of every tree, shrub and rock has been thoroughly thought out. I was intrigued by the largest of these rocks because of the circular etchings. Imagine the process … Continue reading
More from the EWU/WSU campus…..this is the front of the Health Science building. The University district is growing and certainly a vital part of our community.