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A perfect vessel for wine research
Summer 2015

The new Wine Science Center at WSU Tri-Cities covers the needs of viticulture and enology researchers, students, and industry, down to the smallest details.


Categories: WSU Tri-Cities, Agriculture
Tags: Enology, Viticulture, Wine, Buildings


The Clark Family—Pets, vets, and architects
Summer 2015

Jeff Clark and Michael Clark, along with their wives Sharon and Judi, combined an architecture firm and veterinary clinic in their Kirkland building.


Categories: Alumni, Veterinary medicine, Architecture and design
Tags: Architects, Buildings


Down “The Drain” in the TUB
Spring 2015

In the 1950s and before, students at Washington State College gathered at the Temporary Union Building (TUB) and The Drain to socialize.


Categories: Campus life, WSU history
Tags: Students, Buildings


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


Art in public places
Winter 2014

Washington state's Art in Public Places program enhanced WSU and state buildings since 1974.


Categories: Fine Arts
Tags: Public art, Buildings


Cougar football—A new home at the core of campus
Fall 2014

A new building next to Martin Stadium houses the Cougar football program, with updated locker room, weight room, physical rehab, and other features.


Categories: Athletics
Tags: Buildings, Football


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


The scoop on Ferdinand’s murals
Summer 2014

The story behind the murals at the old Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shop in Troy Hall.


Categories: Campus life, WSU history
Tags: Ferdinand's, Buildings, Mural


100 years of the Bookie
Summer 2014

The Bookie, WSU's student-owned bookstore, celebrates 100 years of service to the campus.


Categories: WSU students, WSU history
Tags: Buildings, Bookstore, Bookie


Lewis Alumni Centre “re-barn”
Summer 2014

The Lewis Alumni Centre gets a facelift and new furnishings 25 years after being converted from an old WSU barn.


Categories: WSU history
Tags: Buildings


A wider canvas
Spring 2014

Major plans for a new WSU Museum of Art could bring an innovative building to the center of campus, thanks in part to a large gift to further the arts.


Categories: Library and museum studies, Fine Arts
Tags: Buildings, Contemporary prints, WSU Museum of Art


Everyone could use a lift
Spring 2014

WSU is notorious for its hills. But there are shortcuts all over campus that can ease the strain on the legs.


Categories: Campus life, WSU history
Tags: Buildings


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


A small discovery
Fall 2013

The giant limestone statue fondly nicknamed “Nature Boy” by Washington State students in the late 1940s was recently reunited with his four-foot-tall scale model.


Categories: WSU history
Tags: Statues, Nature Boy, Buildings


Master Plan for the WSU Pullman campus
Winter 2012

A revised WSU campus master plan creates a framework for planning buildings, roads, and other infrastructure for the next 30 years.


Categories: Architecture and design
Tags: Design, Buildings, Campus master plan


Posts for Winter 2012
Winter 2012

Alumni send in letters about William Julius Wilson, study in Morocco, and correction about butterflies.


Categories: Cultural studies, Geography
Tags: Buildings, Letters, Correction


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


Posts for Summer 2012
Summer 2012
Special bondThose of us who attended Washington State University (or College) have a special bond. This is our experience and memories of our time there.Sometimes those thoughts are made even more poignant by an article such as “Categories: Alumni, WSU history
Tags: Research, Buildings, Martin Stadium


Running with the Pac-12—A conversation with Bill Moos
Fall 2011
This summer, Washington State University and the other nine schools in the Pac-10 conference expanded to the Pac-12, welcoming the University of Colorado and the University of Utah. WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos has been part of the c...
Categories: Athletics
Tags: Football, Pac-12, Buildings


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


Outside In—Architecture of the Pacific Northwest
Spring 2011
Architecture in the Pacific Northwest has always had to contend with the environment. The results are enchanting.
Categories: Architecture and design, Alumni
Tags: Northwest architecture, Seattle, Buildings


An arboretum for WSU
Winter 2010
Over the coming years, 170 acres east of Airport Road in Pullman will be transformed into an arboretum, which will include a new bear center, a biodiversity center, a ...
Categories: Architecture and design, Campus life
Tags: Buildings, Gathering circle, Bears, Arboretum


Laboratories for the new century
Spring 2010
First, six months of planning. Then, over the summer, came the actual moving of laboratory equipment, chemicals, papers, and all the rest. Finally, faculty, students, and staff from four separate science buildings are now under one roof in a ...
Categories: Campus life, Biological sciences
Tags: Molecular biology, Buildings


Opening new doors to green
Winter 2009
The soaring ceiling, room-length fireplace, and glass doors that open to the outdoors give the lobby the flavor of a ski lodge crossed with an open-air café. However, the ambience of Olympia Avenue—Washington State University’s new residence...
Categories: Architecture and design, Campus life
Tags: Buildings, Sustainability, Residence halls


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


The lure
Winter 2003
The stakes are high for universities across the country in competition for students. Washington State University improved its odds with its recreational gem.
Categories: Campus life, Athletics
Tags: Buildings, Enrollment


A magnet for entertainment: Beasley celebrates 30th anniversary
Winter 2003
As Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum marks its 30th anniversary this year, there's been much to appreciate about the multi-purpose building. It has a great sound system and sightlines. The entertainment is big time and varied—Broadway shows (Jesu...
Categories: WSU history, Campus life
Tags: Beasley Coliseum, Buildings


"Problem" is a good word
Summer 2003
There are no stars at Miller/Hull Partnership.
Categories: Architecture and design, Alumni
Tags: Buildings


Spokane Health Sciences Building enhances research, medical partnerships
Fall 2002
Linda Massey swings open the doors of large kitchen cabinets that store portions of the $10,000 worth of groceries needed over eight weeks for people in a kidney-stone- and low-salt-diet study. Nearby are industrial-sized freezers to keep perishab...
Categories: Health sciences, WSU Spokane
Tags: Spokane, Buildings


Regents authorize new indoor practice facility
Winter 2001
At its August 31 meeting, the Washington State University Board of Regents approved plans to move ahead on construction of a new indoor practice facility for varsity sports on the Pullman campus. Phase I construction on the $9.7 million projec...
Categories: Athletics
Tags: Buildings