Cyberbullying invites community dialogue

PULLMAN — Cyberbullying is a problem for everyone from kindergarteners to professors, say the organizers of an April 9 forum on electronic harassment.   “The forum would benefit undergraduate and graduate students, parents, teachers, university faculty,” said Assistant Professor Sarah French, head of the Brain Education Library at WSU. “Cyberbullying happens on college campuses, in […]

French library conservator speaks on books in the Information Age

VANCOUVER- Jean-Dominique Mellot will give a talk entitled, “Books in the Information Age: The Bibliothèque Nationale de France and Its Digital Library,” 3-4 p.m. Oct. 10, at Washington State University Vancouver, Multimedia Center Room 6. Mellot will discuss the history of France’s national library (akin the U.S. Library of Congress in mission and scope) and […]

NEH fellow brings medieval text to 21st century

Literary archeology is one way to describe the work of Joan Grenier-Winther, an associate professor of French in the department of foreign languages and cultures. With a focus on the poetry of French knights of the 14th and 15th centuries, her job is to identify all known copies of a particular work, use a variety […]

Students decry racism

More than 200 Washington State University students chanted and marched throughout the hallways in the French Administration and Lighty buildings from about 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Student placards and chants called for an end to racism. The students called for a meeting with President V. Lane Rawlins to discuss their concerns. However, Rawlins was out […]