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Future Cougs

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Norman’s Conquests Help Liberate Women, Children

Norman's Conquests HelpLiberate Women, Children

Classmate Updates

Bill Marler Named to 50 Most Powerful People in Food List Bill Marler (’82, Political Sci., Engl., Econ., with honors) was included on the list…

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Who are we? What documents do we find so interesting? And what buildings are we standing in front of? WSU CAHNRS staff need your help…

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A Life Well Lived

Ask Lawrence Brown why he and his wife, Elizabeth, established an endowment to support professional development for WSU Extension educators, and the 95-year-old Cougar’s answer is immediate and to the point. “Payback!”…

Airfield Estates is Flying High

Step through the doors of Airfield Estates’ wine tasting room in Prosser, and you step back in time to the 1940s. Strains of swing-era songs filter in from hidden…

Freshly Minted Masters’ Used to Grow Great Grapes

Coming from Massachusetts, Wisconsin, and Arizona, three recent WSU graduates now have two things in common—master’s degrees in viticulture earned under the mentorship of Markus Keller, and good jobs in…

Wall of Fame Inductee: Chris Brinton

When Chris Brinton graduated from college with her double major (’71, Voc. Home Econ. & Educ.), she recalls only four career paths being available to women. “You could be…

Classmate Updates

1950s George Fries (’54, Dairy Sci.) has retired after 40 years as a research animal scientist with the USDA Agricultural Research Service. A native of Winlock, Washington, George and…
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