Washington State Magazine

Fall 2006


Fall 2006

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Features

Bellevue metropolitan :: Since 1869, Bellevue has morphed from pioneer settlement to Norman-Rockwell small town to burgeoning suburb of Seattle. Now, with the help of a handful of WSU-trained architects, it's high-stepping into its new role as one of Washington's most vital urban centers. by Hannelore Sudermann

The man who gave away mountains :: One of our first graduates spent a lifetime and fortune amassing land for the enjoyment of others. by Andrea Vogt

{ WEB EXCLUSIVE—Gallery: On Skyline Drive Photographs of McCroskey State Park by George Bedirian }

Establishing a solid foundation :: A laboratory and vineyard in Prosser are where your wine is supposed to begin. by Andrea Vogt

Rare bird :: Audubon himself would have trouble keeping up with this dynamo. Artist, author, and photographer Paul Johnsgard '55 gives us a glimpse into his lifelong obsession with birds. by Cherie Winner

{ WEB EXCLUSIVE—Gallery: Dances with cranes Photographs of Nebraska's sandhill cranes by Paul Johnsgard '55 }

{ WEB EXCLUSIVE—Story: Selections from The Nature of Nebraska: Ecology and Biodiversity, by Paul A. Johnsgard '55}

Panoramas

{ WEB EXCLUSIVE—Video: V. Lane Rawlins to retire }

{ WEB EXCLUSIVE—Story: Dragon Slayers of Medieval Times A selection from Dragons and Unicorns: A Natural History, by Paul and Karin Johnsgard}

Departments

:: FOOD AND FORAGE: In watermelon heaven

Tracking

Cover: Art, love, and a vibrant urban life are alive and well in the revitalized Bellevue, Washington. Read the story. Photo by Matt Hagen.

Panoramas
Glenn Terrell

Robert Hubner

Terrell honored

© Washington State University

Last spring, amid smiles and tears and tales from years past, nearly 100 Washington State University officials, students, alumni, and faculty gathered in the atrium of the New Library to rename the 1994 building the Terrell Library in honor of president emeritus Glenn Terrell.

Ever warm and easygoing, Terrell, who had traveled from Seattle with his wife, Gail, accepted applause, hugs, and handshakes from his friends and former staff before sitting down to the dedication.

At the May event, Terrell said that the dedication of that particular building was especially meaningful, since the library is truly the center of the University.

Categories: WSU faculty, WSU history | Tags: WSU presidents

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