Washington State Magazine

 

Fall 2003

 

Connecting you to Washington State University, The State, The World

Features

A Place at the Table :: American farmers claim less than 10 percent of what we spend on food. A growing number are going after their fair share—and we consumers stand to benefit.

From Dirt to Dinner Table :: Chuck Eggert '71 likes to do the right thing. He also likes good food. He has combined those likes into a natural foods empire.

Happy Cows, Contented Ranchers :: Joel Huesby sees himself as conducting a harmonious symphony of life that includes soil, plants, animals, and people. His steaks taste great, too.

Tuscan Tastes & Politics :: What better way could there be to study Italian politics than by eating?

Street Vet :: Every other weekend, Stan Coe '55 turns the dayroom of Seattle's Union Gospel Mission into a veterinary clinic.

Field Notes

Classical Turkey :: Much of what we think of as ancient Greece lay in fact within the modern borders of Turkey. by Paul Brians

Panoramas

{ WEB EXCLUSIVE–Gallery: Wings to fly A WSU dancer takes flight. Photography by Robert Hubner. }

Departments

:: PERSPECTIVE:The first casualty

:: SEASON|SPORTS:Dick Bennett's mantra

Tracking

Cover: Pat Cosner, son of Cheryl '85 and Robert Cosner x'74, readies the family table. Read the story. Photograph by Laurence Chen.