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Dean Epperson expresses gratitude for the people that matter most to the college.
It takes a team to solve really complex science problems. That's why the NSF has funded WSU for three projects that transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries.
The accomplished political scientist's legacy will live on through a new WSU scholarship fund.
Virginia Crosswhite Hyde, professor emeritus of English, has completed a ten-year project collecting and editing the essays D. H. Lawrence wrote in America about Southwestern and Mexican Indians.
Julie and Julia debuted in theaters around the country this August, and there's a role in the film without which the movie might be completely different. It's alumna Noel Riley Fitch's biography of Julia Child, Appetite for Life.
Alumni help WSU recruiters reach out to high school students.
Friends and colleagues celebrated sociologist James F. Short Jr. at the rededication of Wilson-Short Hall September 18.
The eighty musicians had finished tuning up. More than 1,300 people waited. Russ Martin had never conducted before. Despite the pressure, his heartbeat remained adagio.
The Chronicle, College of Liberal Arts, Washington State University