Wsu Bookie

★★★★☆
  • 1500 Terrell Mall

    Pullman, WA 99163

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  • 509-332-2537

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The Bookie has every paper product or school supply you could ever need but the markup can be high. They have a great library of both text books and other reading books. The lines can be extremely long and the parking is awful. They have a tiny parking lot and all the spaces are metered. Try Crimson & Grey if you're looking for something a little quicker and easier.

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The Bookie has every paper product or school supply you could ever need but the markup can be high. They have a great library of both text books and other reading books. The lines can be extremely long and the parking is awful. They have a tiny parking lot and all the spaces are metered. Try Crimson & Grey if you're looking for something a little quicker and easier.

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The Bookie moved to the new CUB building in the middle of campus this summer, and now it's even better than it was before. Upstairs holds a Barnes & Noble bookstore as well as an extensive clothing section, snack aisles, and a Starbucks. Downstairs still hold all of the textbooks, and the Clinique stand moved there, too. There are so many trinkets, books, and souvenirs, you won't know what to do with it all.

Another positive change they made during the move was add many new checkstands. Lines at the old building were terrible, but this year it should improve greatly.

Definitely worth going to see if you plan on walking around campus.

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★★★★☆

The Bookie moved to the new CUB building in the middle of campus this summer, and now it's even better than it was before. Upstairs holds a Barnes & Noble bookstore as well as an extensive clothing section, snack aisles, and a Starbucks. Downstairs still hold all of the textbooks, and the Clinique stand moved there, too. There are so many trinkets, books, and souvenirs, you won't know what to do with it all.

Another positive change they made during the move was add many new checkstands. Lines at the old building were terrible, but this year it should improve greatly.

Definitely worth going to see if you plan on walking around campus.

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