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The right work
Summer 2015

Amateur photographer Vivian Maier represents the value of work, as defined by herself, a theme throughout the summer 2015 issue.


Categories: Washington State Magazine
Tags: Work


Seeing and Knowing
Winter 2014

There is still much to see and to know for all of us, as the stories in this issue take new looks at art, maps, and the natural world.


Categories: Fine Arts, Washington State Magazine
Tags: Observation, Artists, Climate change


Posts for Winter 2014
Winter 2014

Letters from WSU alumni and faculty reflect on past stories. What's New introduces two new WSU college names: Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture and Carson College of Business.


Categories: Alumni, Washington State Magazine
Tags: Letters, Correction, Buildings


Posts for Fall 2014
Fall 2014

Letters from WSU alumni cover Ferdinand's murals and past articles. The new Residence Inn hotel is highlighted in What's New?


Categories: Alumni, Washington State Magazine
Tags: Ferdinand's, Hotels


First Words for Summer 2014
Summer 2014

Washington state is a wonderful place to grow up and be a kid. Hannelore Sudermann reflects on the summer issue and her own Washington childhood.


Categories: Washington state history, Education, Washington State Magazine
Tags: Children


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


First Words
Spring 2014

On his retirement, founding editor Tim Steury reflects on the vision of the magazine, its past, and its future.


Categories: Washington State Magazine
Tags: Magazines, Editor


Posts for Winter 2013
Winter 2013

Letters from WSU alumni, photos of what's new on campus, and Tweets from WSU Discovery.


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


Posts for Fall 2013
Fall 2013

Letters from WSU alumni on the giant "Go Cougs" sign on SR 26, "Gun Show Nation" article, and the profile of Dan and Val Ogden. It also features a new WSU Vancouver building.


Categories: Alumni, Washington State Magazine
Tags: Letters, Cougar pride, Buildings


Posts for Fall 2012
Fall 2012

Letters, web updates, and scenes from the WSU campus.


Categories: Alumni, WSU history, Washington State Magazine
Tags: Buildings, WSU library


Thank you: Our 10-year event
Spring 2012
The following wineries graciously contributed wine to Washington State Magazine’s 10-year celebration: Bergevin Lane Vineyards, Walla Walla,bergevinlane...
Categories:
Washington State Magazine
Tags: Wine

WSM Reader Survey Results: So what do you think?
Winter 2011
Most of you really like us. Some of you don’t. A very few of you (2 percent) ignore us, but hardly anyone outright hates us. That’s the gist of the reader survey many of you recently participated in. Either way, we’re listening. And...
Categories: Alumni, Washington State Magazine
Tags: Surveys, Readers


Are our pictures worth a thousand words?
Winter 2011
You decide. With 12 months of photos from our magazine We selected some of our best photos from the past few years and created a calendar of scenes from around the state for you to savor all year long. Sizes range from a small 7" x 5½" desk v...
Categories: Washington State Magazine
Tags: Photography, Calendar


Letters in the Summer 2011 issue
Summer 2011
Moral capitalKudos to Jennifer Sherman for her good article summarizing her research and book about real-life experiences in Golden Valley. It describes the price of economic disaster in a rural atmosphere in a revealing and provocative w...
Categories: Alumni, Washington State Magazine, History
Tags: Buildings, Artists


Letters in the Spring 2011 issue
Spring 2011
Civility Professor Cornell Clayton’s article in the winter issue, “Understanding the Civility Crisis” is thought-provoking. However, he betrays the liberal bias common to the majority of today’s college...
Categories: Washington State Magazine, Alumni
Tags: Letters