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In plain sight
Winter 2014

Thousands pass by Broken Arrow, a sculpture in Terrell Library, each week without realizing its significance.


Categories: Fine Arts, WSU collections
Tags: Library, Sculpture


See Shells Far From the Sea Shore
Spring 2006
If the winter grays have you hankering for a glimpse of beach life, head to the Washington State University Tri-Cities campus at Richland. There, more than 200 miles from Washington's coast—or just a few clicks down the Internet road—you'll fi...
Categories: WSU collections, Biological sciences
Tags: Washington Coast


See Shells Far From the Sea Shore
Spring 2006
If the winter grays have you hankering for a glimpse of beach life, head to the Washington State University Tri-Cities campus at Richland. There, more than 200 miles from Washington's coast—or just a few clicks down the Internet road—you'll fi...
Categories: Biological sciences, WSU collections
Tags: Seashells, Washington Coast


One hot link: WSU's Ownbey Herbarium Web site
Spring 2003
http://www.wsu.edu/~wsherb/"From Rainforest to Grassland," on WSU's Ownbey Herbarium Web site, takes you on a virtual tour of Washington plant communities, from Cape Flattery on the nort...
Categories: Websites, WSU collections
Tags: Herbarium


Two million volumes and counting
Winter 2001
IN APRIL 2001 the WSU Libraries celebrated the acquisition of their two millionth volume. At a reception in the Owen Science and Engineering Library, botany and biology faculty, library faculty, and longtime friends gathered to thank Ed...
Categories: Campus life, WSU collections, Library and museum studies
Tags: WSU library