WSU Vancouver professor Sue Peabody’s book about slavery in the Indian Ocean world is being called “both biography and global history at their very best.”
The electronic migration is designed to ensure preservation and public accessibility of the archives.
Women broadcasters in Zambia and Zimbabwe share traditional culture via radio art with the help from John Barber, WSU Vancouver.
The two finalists will meet with faculty, staff, students and administrators during upcoming visits to the Pullman campus.
The School of Music’s final week of the semester features our orchestra, the choral program and lots of piano.
Animated film “The Triplets at Belleville” will be screened with a live orchestra performance of its score.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Marie Watt, an artist based in Portland, Ore., will deliver the 2018 Jo Hockenhull Distinguished Lecture in Women’s Studies, on April 12.
Share a little Sondheim with Mom and the whole family.
‘Insects on the big screen like you’ve never seen them before’ at WSU’s 22nd Annual Insect Cinema Cult Classic Film Festival.
The $15 million — mostly privately funded – project on the Pullman campus is Washington’s largest public fine-arts facility east of the Cascades.
Gregory W. Yasinitsky, Regents professor and director of the WSU School of Music, is winner of the 2017-18 The American Prize in Composition in the pops/light music division.
The new series by executive producer Leonardo DiCaprio explores the formative frontier period of American history.
“Few Americans speak a foreign language, and the outcome is that few Americans understand the world outside their immediate circle.”
WSU theatre faculty Benjamin Gonzales and Mary Trotter received awards from Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region VII.
Award-winning comedy writer, actor, director, producer and alum Ted Tremper reflects on the university’s role in his success.
Nicknamed the “Crimson Cube” for its box configuration wrapped in crimson-colored glass, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art mirrors its campus surroundings.
Fly on the Wall is a collection of interviews by sculptor and Fine Arts Chairman Squeak Meisel, who explores the discipline of art: “A lot of what an artist does is frame something in a way that you wouldn’t necessarily think to frame it.”