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Through Dec. 17: Northwest comics show; Oct. 6 reception
September 21, 2016

By Debby Stinson, Museum of Art/WSU

comic-detail-webPULLMAN, Wash. – “Northwest Alternative Comics” opens at the Washington State University Museum of Art on Monday, Sept. 26, but related events – helping create a comic zine and watching artists make a mural – begin this week. The exhibit, which goes through Dec. 17, is free, as are all events.

‘How to Train Your Dragon’ hosted at stadium
July 7, 2010

PULLMAN -Make plans to attend the next Movie Night at Martin Stadium featuring ‘How to Train Your Dragon,’ beginning 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3.

 

The movie, rated PG, is being presented by WSU Athletics and WSU Student Entertainment Board. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.

 

A concession stand will be open for purchase of pop, popcorn and candy. People can also bring their own chairs, blankets, food and drinks into the stadium.

 

No pets are allowed in the stadium. 

 

For more information call 335-0214 or visit wsucougars.com.

 

 

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Leave it to who?
September 14, 2006

Photo of  Marie Glynn, assistant professor of General Education. Photo by Shelly Hanks, WSU Photo Services. Cartoon images courtesy of South Park Studios.

Ward and June Cleaver may still show up on cable somewhere, but they aren’t in Linda Arthur’s lecture notes anymore.

“I used to be able to refer to ‘Leave it to Beaver’ as an example of a rigid notion of family,” said Arthur, a professor in Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles.

But that show ended in 1963 and, though a generation or two still watched it in reruns, Arthur has noticed that since the explosion of cable channels, references to The … » More …