Washington State Magazine

Spring 2010 cover


Spring 2010

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In This Issue...

Features

Of Time and Wildness in the North Cascades :: Bob Mierendorf has spent the last couple of decades trying to convince the archaeological establishment that pre-contact Northwest Indians did not confine themselves to the lowlands, but frequented the high country. Now he has an ancient camping site to make his point. by Tim Steury

{ WEB EXCLUSIVEGallery: Photos of the North Cascades :: By Zach Mazur.}

{ WEB EXCLUSIVETimeline: A Cascade Pass Chronology :: A timeline of the Cascade Pass by Bob Mierendorf and J. Kennedy}

Desperately Seeking Sherman :: Although his work is increasingly ubiquitous, the writer Sherman Alexie '94 is a little harder to pin down. Our correspondent is undaunted. by Hannelore Sudermann

{ WEB EXCLUSIVEVideo: Artist Ric Gendron discusses his portrait of Sherman Alexie }

Vancouver Lake: A Search for Solutions Great and Small :: This is the second time WSU scientists have worked on a plan to clean up Vancouver Lake. The first, in the 1960s, was monumental. This time it's microscopic. by Hannelore Sudermann

Essay

Language, Money, and Loss :: Sometimes loss can be an occasion for newly discovered vitality. Where better than the university to challenge ourselves to avoid linguistic lemminghood? by Will Hamlin

Short Subject

The Secret Death of Bees :: WSU lab probes mysterious decline in honey bee population. By Eric Sorensen

Panoramas

{ WEB EXCLUSIVEVideo: Gangs of Chicago slideshow :: Narrated by Jame F. Short, Jr. }

Departments

:: FIRST WORDS

:: SPORTS: Ruggers

:: IN SEASON: Finally, a Washington apple

{ WEB EXCLUSIVEVideo: Rugby 101 :: WSU women's rugby team members explain the basics of the game }

Tracking

Cover photo: Near Cascade Pass in the North Cascades. By Zach Mazur. Read more in "Of Time and Wildness"

Spring 2010
Web Exclusives

Video: Rugby 101

| © Washington State University

Washington State University women's rugby team members explain the basics of the game. In the 2008-09 season, the Cougs took third in the nation for Division II women's rugby after going undefeated in league play and regionals.

Read about their team and more about rugby in "Ruggers," Washington State Magazine's Spring 2010 issue.

Categories: Athletics, WSU students | Tags: Video, Rugby, Women athletes