Washington State Magazine

Winter 2006


Winter 2006

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In This Issue...

Features

Whither organic? :: With a new organic major and a strong history of research, WSU is a leader in organic agriculture. But is that enough to keep up with the demands of a burgeoning organic industry? by Tim Steury

The brave new world of college recruiting :: Recruitment used to mean visiting high schools and mailing out applications. Today, with fierce competition for Washington's top students, recruitment is a complex program of target marketing, scholarships, campus visits, and the close attention of admissions counselors. by Hannelore Sudermann

The science shop :: Physicist Peter Engels and a team of skilled craftsmen combine imagination, clever design, and precision handiwork to launch WSU into the ultra-cold, ultra-weird world of superfluids. by Cherie Winner

Panoramas

{ WEB EXCLUSIVE—Video: The wonderful world of printed ephemera }

{ WEB EXCLUSIVE—Video: Michael Schultheis '90 talks about his art }

Departments

{ WEB EXCLUSIVE—Story: Packin' What baseball players can't do without when the team hits the road. by Janie McCauley '98 }

Tracking

Cover: Julie Sullivan will graduate next spring as the first organic major at Washington State University—first, in fact, in the nation. Read the story. Photo by Bruce Andre.

Winter 2006
Web Exclusives

Video: The wonderful world of printed ephemera

by Trevor Bond, Hannelore Sudermann | © Washington State University

View an exclusive slide show about printed ephemera and to hear Trevor Bond of WSU's Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections talk about his experience working with English chapbooks. Photos are by Trevor Bond.

Read the story, "When trash reveals history."

Categories: History, Library and museum studies | Tags: Video, Ephemera, England, Chapbooks