Designing the U-District 

WSU connects architects and designers with Spokane's economy. Or at least it used to.

Coming to Spokane’s Washington State University campus has become something of a pilgrimage for aspiring architects and designs. Through a unique program, students studying these disciplines migrate from Pullman to Spokane to take classes at the Riverpoint location and pursue internships…

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