Talk:Western State Colorado University
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Western State Photo
I have found the following image of Western State from 1942 Image:Western State College Gunnison, CO.jpg. I was going to add the picture to the article, but it seems that this article os a bit long on infoboxes and a bit short on text, making the placement of any images difficult. Could someone please find a cozy spot for this image?--DO11.10 21:28, 21 August 2006 (UTC)
- Done--DO11.10 18:04, 10 November 2006 (UTC)
Western State's "W" is nation's largest
The giant "W" adorning Tenderfoot Mountain south of Gunnison, Colorado is the nation's largest college letter being something like 300' x 400'. Traditionally freshmen are sent up the treacherous road to line the edges of the letter with diesel waste. It is ignited during the homecoming bonfire. Each springtime WSC students ascend to whitewash both the letter and often, each other. Skysox 17:39, 23 August 2007 (UTC)
Bilder des Colleges
"W" hillside letter
Western State Colorado University Name Awaits Governor’s Signature
May 3, 2012 -- Western State College of Colorado (WSC) may have a new name pending Gov. Jonn Hickenlooper’s approval of HB-12-1331, which passed the Colorado Senate on May 2.
Retrieved July 30, 2012, www.western.edu/news/
Apparant conflict whether Pathfinder is a Bull Elk or a Grizzly Bear. See Rebecca Tobey#Partners in art, where a statement is made of a grizzly bear donated to the University of New Mexico Cancer Center. Draconrex (talk) 19:24, 28 September 2012 (UTC) Draconrex (talk) 19:28, 28 September 2012 (UTC)