Students look back to preserve the future of Pullman Depot

WSU students in the early 1920s arrive at the Pullman Depot. (Photo courtesy of WSU Libraries' Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections)

As featured in WSU INSIDER, November 8, 2018

By Tina Hilding, Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture

Generations of students used to arrive in late summer on “Cougar Special” trains, disembarking and carrying their bags up the steep, sometimes muddy hill to begin their studies at Washington State College.

In those days, the men might have worn bowler hats or newsboy caps and suits, while women dressed in long skirts and pointed, leather boots. Today, WSU students are helping preserve the unique past of those early days as part of a project with the Whitman County Historical Society.

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Architecture student’s art makes splash in Wazzu sports community

Finished drawing of Chris Petersen (UW) and Mike Leach (WSU)

As featured on KREM 2 News (Author: Brenna Greene; Published: 3:40 PM PDT October 9, 2018)

“It’s definitely unique. Not a lot of people are in my position. It’s kind of a self-made kind of territory, if that even makes sense.” Andrew Cho is a junior at WSU, an architecture student, and, oh yeah, goes viral from time to time.

“A complete drawing like this would take me about 2-3 days if I sat down and worked, let’s say, five hours-ish a day,” said Cho.

Cho has become well known for his extremely life-like drawings of mostly WSU football players, with his latest … » More …

Alumna, faculty member paintings featured at Animal Health Library

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As posted in WSU Insider September 17, 2018

By Nella Letizia, WSU Libraries

Growing up in the family veterinary clinic, Washington State University alumna, faculty member and landscape architect Jena Jauchius became familiar with many species of animals — domestic, wildlife and exotics alike. Jauchius spent many hours at the Ponti Veterinary Clinic in Otis Orchards, Washington, working with and caring for the animals while forging a lifelong love for them. Those early experiences also inform the subjects of her paintings.

“From a youngster, it was evident to me that all creatures possess individual personalities, intellects, moods and ways of being,” Jauchius said. … » More …

Landscape architecture student selected for Massie Family Endowed Fellowship

Yakima Arboretum

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Zochil Castro has been selected for the Massie Family Endowed Fellowship for a $1,500 scholarship to design a central trail system with the Yakima Area Arboretum. Castro, a third year landscape architecture student, will have spring and summer of 2018 to work on the project under the guidance of Jolie Kaytes, an associate professor and program head for landscape architecture.

The Duward and Carolyn Massie family scholarship was established by Duward Massie (BS ‘52 Agronomy) and his late wife, Carolyn (Former Student, Nursing), with their children Jennifer (MS ’79 Vocational Technical Education and Teaching Certificate), Jeffrey (BS ’83 Civil … » More …