Washington State Magazine covers news and issues of interest to Washington State University faculty, staff, students, and alumni, the people of Washington, and the world.
Simple scents, like orange, can enhance the retail environment for shoppers, says Eric Spangenberg, dean of the College of Business at Washington State University. Complex scents, even when they are pleasant, can interfere with shopping or solving cognitive puzzles. Spangenberg explains the science behind finding the right simple scent for the right environment. Read more about the power of smell in Washington State Magazine, "Passing the Smell Test," - http://wsm.wsu.edu/s/index.php?id=1018
The backstory on the rebrand of No-Li Brewhouse in Spokane, Washington. This gallery of No-Li's new look and its signature beers accompanies the story "Here for the beer" in the spring 2013 issue of Washington State Magazine, which you can read at http://wsm.wsu.edu/s/index.php?id=1023.
In October 2012, the Jefferson County community celebrated the donation of Twin Vista Ranch to Washington State University. The 26-acre site, which was a strawberry farm in the 1920s, was purchased by Lisa Painter and Jeanne Clendenon in 1972. They raised cattle, chickens, bees, fruits and vegetables, and supplied food locally as well as to the nearby food cooperative. After Clendenon died in 2011, Painter started looking for ways to protect the land from development and ensure it would contin...
Former Washington State University art professor Patrick Siler '61 has painted a fantastical mural that covers a wall in downtown Pullman. It's his way of creating "visual fireworks" in the town he taught in for 32 years.
Pacific Northwest architect Jim Olson designs homes built for art. He talks about early inspiration, the relationships between art and architecture, and the Northwest aesthetic. Read more in Washington State Magazine (Winter 2011) about Olson, and the retrospective of his career at the Washington State University Museum of Art: http://wsm.wsu.edu
Over a decade of publication, Washington State Magazine has featured outstanding photographs from Robert Hubner, Shelly Hanks, Zach Mazur, and many others. This slideshow displays some of the photos that tell the stories of Washington State University.
Washington State Magazine has featured the stories of Washington State University for a decade. This slideshow displays some of the articles in the magazine by Tim Steury, Hannelore Sudermann, Eric Sorensen, and others in their editorial spreads.
Over its ten years of publication, Washington State Magazine has featured a number of illustrations from artists such as David Wheeler, Daniel Vasconcellos, and Joe Ciardiello. This slideshow displays some of the work illustrating the stories of Washington State University.