Neil Sinha outside WSU's Veterinary Medicine Hospital with his dog Molly.
Fitting the pieces together
Internal medicine resident enjoys the 'puzzles' of the veterinary profession.

Dr. Amanda Kappes feeds Itty Bitty an apple.
Potbellied pig has basketball-sized tumor removed
Agricultural animal team performs life-saving procedure.
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Veterinarians Danielle Meyers, left, and Olivia Young are recent WSU grads who now own the long-standing Audubon Vet Clinic and recently rescued this kitten named Ralphie. (COLIN MULVANY/THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW)
Partnering for pets
How two WSU grads came to buy the Audubon Veterinary Clinic.
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DVM student finally a U.S. citizen
Michael Micheal couldn’t help but cry when he learned he would become a U.S. citizen.
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Meet the Class of 2023: Chase Campbell
WIMU Student Ambassador

Meet the Class of 2023: Crystal Liu
WIMU Student Ambassador

WSU and University of California professors at 2015 biennial conference of the Teaching Academy of the Consortium of West Region Colleges of Veterinary Medicine.
Making teaching matter
For Steve Hines, it was Mrs. Ellen Walters, his fifth- and sixth-grade teacher at Walter Shade Elementary School in West Carrollton, Ohio, that brought together his love for animals and science.
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Veterinarian Marcie Logsdon, and 4th year vet student, Natalie Hurst, with Rolex, an 8-month old kangaroo.
Kangaroos need care, too
Veterinarians last week at Washington State University were paid a visit by an animal 8,000 miles from its natural habitat
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Meet the Class of 2021: Kaitlyn Gray
Kaitlyn Gray has quite a collection of pets.

Meet the Class of 2021: Lauren Brechner
Lauren Brechner is an old soul and a closeted punk rocker. She may be the only one in the Class of 2021 listening to Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, and Green Day on a record player. She’s also “obsessed” with old sitcoms, like “Friends,” “Cheers,” and “Frasier.”

Katy Olson holding a long-haired cat.
Meet the Class of 2021: Katy Olson
Katy Olson misses the mountains back home in western Washington but the Palouse’s rolling hills are a close second.

Audrey Spaeth holding a lamb.
Meet the Class of 2021: Audrey Spaeth
Fourth-year veterinary student Audrey Spaeth could be the best unicyclist in the Class of 2021, and she may have visited the most states, too: 47.

Dr. Jessica Bell holding a Siamese kitten.
Dr. Universe: Why do dogs and cats spin around before they sit down?
That’s a great observation about cats and dogs. Even I wasn’t sure why cats spin around before they sit down, so I took your question to my friend Dr. Jessica Bell.
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Alyssa Riley with two fluffy white puppies.
Meet the Class of 2021: Alyssa Riley
Alyssa Riley attended two different one-room school houses when she was growing up in eastern Montana.

Dr. Katie Kuehl, a veterinarian and clinical assistant professor, in PPE and holding a cat.
WSU students, faculty on the frontlines extending support across the state
From hospitals and healthcare facilities to people’s homes and communities, Cougs are making a difference across the state of Washington during this pivotal time.
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