New WSU photographic book published; take a peek

PULLMAN, Wash.— Washington State University Press has released Picture WSU: Images from Washington State University.

This is the title regional bookstores have been requesting for years,” commented Glen Lindeman, editor-in-chief of Washington State University Press.

Although other photographic volumes about the Palouse exist, this one focuses specifically on the WSU student experience,

covering the study and research that take place in classrooms and labs, along with campus social events and a wide array of extracurricular activities. Buildings, sculptures, and local

landmarks are integrated as well. WSU Press staff members looked through thousands of images submitted from all four campuses — most of them taken by university photographers Shelly Hanks and Robert Hubner —and wrote the accompanying captions.

Available in paperback, Picture WSU has 160 photographs, all full color. It is a compact eight inches by eight inches in size with 160 pages, and has a list price of $19.95. It is available in bookstores or can be ordered directly–plus shipping–from WSU Press by calling 800-354-7360 or going online at

Washington State University Press is associated with Washington State University, and publishes scholarly books with a cultural or historical relationship to the Pacific Northwest.

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