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For the Health of a City
Fall 2014

In just two decades, an ailing industrial area has been transformed into a vibrant campus for health education. Now WSU Spokane is primed to train more doctors and other medical professionals to meet growing demands for health care.

Categories: WSU Spokane, Health sciences
Tags: Medical school, Urban renewal

Posts for Summer 2014
Summer 2014

Letters, Tweets, and “What’s New” photo for the Summer 2014 issue.

Categories: WSU Spokane, Washington State Magazine, Alumni
Tags: Letters, Buildings

Track to the future
Winter 2009
It was only a few decades ago that Northern Pacific Railroad ran daily trains from Spokane through Pullman and down to Lewiston. And train cars loaded with students and steamer trunks came over the Cascades delivering their lively loads to packed ...
Categories: Architecture and design, WSU Spokane
Tags: Trains, Railroad, Transportation, Palouse

Doggy Dream House
Spring 2006
Basil was a dog in need of a home. And with just 30 hours to assess the whippet's personality and create and execute a design, a group of Washington State University design students were determined to give him one.It was an intense competition wit...
Categories: Engineering, Architecture and design, WSU Spokane
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Our Kind of Town
Winter 2004
Spokane is undeniably a beautiful place to live and raise a family. Its downtown is once again vibrant. But it takes more than attitude and livability to drive an economy. That's where higher education comes in.
Categories: WSU Spokane
Tags: Education, Urban planning, Growth

Ideas, Buildings, and Mirrors
Winter 2004
Torn between respect for its natural surroundings and a desire for cosmopolitan sophistication, Spokane lends a unique perspective to the notion that works of architecture reflect what a community thinks of itself.
Categories: Architecture and design, WSU Spokane
Tags: Education, Teaching

Spokane Health Sciences Building enhances research, medical partnerships
Fall 2002
Linda Massey swings open the doors of large kitchen cabinets that store portions of the $10,000 worth of groceries needed over eight weeks for people in a kidney-stone- and low-salt-diet study. Nearby are industrial-sized freezers to keep perishab...
Categories: Health sciences, WSU Spokane
Tags: Spokane, Buildings