Sasquatch is on the move in Latah and Whitman Counties . . . In the days following the SFCC Pullman Center’s move to the Washington State University campus, Bigfoot was sighted in nearby Latah County where a motorist swears she saw Bigfoot chasing deer along the highway just north of Potlatch. Perhaps Skitch invited a few friends over to check out his new digs and they tried grabbing some food on the way.
Skitch’s new stomping grounds will be the Math Annex located on the WSU campus. Approximately 200 students will start classes in the new building on April 3, 2017. Being on the WSU campus will expose SFCC students to university life and enhance their college experience. There isn’t enough classroom space in the Math Annex, so some students will have classes across campus in Krugal Hall.
Despite all the talk of gloom and doom, the building is cheery and has character. And any school with Sasquatch as a mascot needs a building with character! As an added benefit, SFCC students will have access to the WSU Libraries, Student Recreation Center, and receive discounts at the dining centers.
Parking spaces have been made available in the red lot at the bottom of the hill. If you need a parking pass, buy it now. WSU only made a limited number of spaces available, and they are expected to sell out. Cost of parking for the quarter is $58 plus tax.
Last quarter, the Creative Writing Club began a joint project with Film Club to promote the move and build awareness of SFCC’s presence in Pullman. Keep checking back for updates on the project.
Benewah County woman swears Bigfoot caused her to crash on US95 near Potlatch