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Patrick Siler ’61—On the wall
Fall 2012

Former WSU art professor Patrick Siler '61 has painted a fantastical mural that covers a wall in downtown Pullman. It's his way of creating visual fireworks in the town he taught in for 32 years.

Categories: Fine Arts, Alumni
Tags: Artists, Pullman life, Public art, Mural

Mural, mural, on the wall
Fall 2012

Artist and WSU fine arts faculty member for 32 years, Patrick Siler’s outdoor wall mural “Pine Street Plaza Mural” holds a prominent position in downtown Pullman. 

Categories: Fine Arts, Alumni
Tags: Pullman life, Public art, Mural

Breathing life into Pullman's economy
Summer 2008
In 2007, a marketing class at WSU surveyed undergraduates to determine what businesses they would most want to see in Pullman. At the top of their list: Red Robin, American Eagle, and Circuit City. They shared their findings with the Pullman Chamb...
Categories: Business
Tags: Pullman life

Faith and imagination transform a Pullman landmark
Spring 2006
Faith and imagination came into play last spring when Jillian Potts ('06 Pol. Sci./Pre-Law) signed an agreement to lease a unit at the Greystone Church Apartments sight unseen. Not there was anything to see. It was months before the walls of her a...
Categories: Architecture and design, Area studies
Tags: Pullman life, Real estate

The Clothesline Project
Spring 2006
Haunting and colorful, the Clothesline Project usually stops students in their tracks as they head across the Glenn Terrell Mall to class. It's a display of several hundred t-shirts made by people connected to Washington State University with mess...
Categories: Campus life, Visual arts, Fine Arts
Tags: Pullman life, Artists

The End of an Era
Spring 2005

Categories: WSU history
Tags: Health and Wellness Services, Pullman life

Catherine Mathews Friel is thankful for...Life in a Small College Town
Spring 2002
Catherine Friel has lived in Pullman nearly 100 years, and she has some stories to tell.
Categories: Alumni, WSU history
Tags: Pullman life, WSU staff