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Nature Boy reads on
Spring 2011
We received a wonderful letter recently from Clarence Schuchman ’38 about tuition costs and music. Referring to published commen...
Categories: WSU history, Alumni
Tags: Music, Tuition


A home for music
Fall 2006
You don't always need an address to find the Friel House. Just follow the music.A short walk from campus, a group of music-minded students have found a home on C Street. The house looks small from the curb, but its three stories shelter seven stud...
Categories: Campus life, Music
Tags: Buildings, Music


Kemble Stout left mark as WSU music educator, administrator, performer
Winter 2004


Categories: Alumni, WSU faculty
Tags: Music, Education, Composers


Keating Johnson: A passion for music
Fall 2004
L. Keating Johnson's passion for music was sparked in the fifth grade, after he saw the Disney movie, Sleeping Beauty. That year he started tuba lessons. A few years later, at Denver's George Washington High School, he talked Antonia Brico into gi...
Categories: WSU faculty, Alumni
Tags: Music


Pediatrician, music educator, engineer, wood researcher honored
Summer 2004


Categories: Alumni, Awards and honors
Tags: Wood, Pediatrics, Music, Civil engineering


An instrument most rare
Summer 2002
As soon as he touched the keys of the Fazioli, Gerald Berthiaume knew he was playing a magnificent piano. He found its construction and luxurious sound far superior to the better known Steinway.Berthiaume discovered the instrument while shopping fo...
Categories: Performing arts
Tags: Music


"You'll miss it"
Spring 2002
“I liked science classes because they were applicable, and I’ve always been logical. But music adds some structure."Nothing navigates the left brain-right brain divide more effectively than guilt and loyalty.For proof, just pick the br...
Categories: Performing arts, WSU students, Biological sciences
Tags: Music, Students