Angela Congdon thinks the city of Pullman could have done better when planning Bishop Boulevard.-"Students protest city's 'architorture'," Moscow-Pullman Daily News, March 28, 2008
The 21-year-old Washington State University student said the boulevard's box stores (?) and strip malls add no quality to the Pullman community and detract from the well-planned, pedestrian-friendly downtown area.
"There's no cohesion," she said of recent construction along the boulevard. "Everything is random."
Congdon, who came to Pullman from the north Seattle area, said she likely wouldn't have initiated the protest without Rahmani's leadership. But she wanted to leave her mark on Pullman, since she soon will leave town to finish her degree at WSU-Spokane.
Bye Angela. Don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.
Don't forget to e-mail Professor Ayad Rahmani at firstname.lastname@example.org and WSU President Elson Floyd at email@example.com and let them how you feel about the taxpayer-funded insulting of Pullman during "Cougar Pride Days."