Chas W. Nagel dies

Chas W. Nagel, a Washington State University scientist who helped teach Washington how to make and taste premium wines, died in Pullman Thursday, July 5. He was 81. “Chas Nagel, Walter Clore and Ray Folwell were the pioneers of Washington State University’s work in catalyzing the wine industry in Washington,” said Dan Bernardo, dean of […]

Focus on global crisis, local reality

Spokane, Wash. – The effects of human trafficking on young children globally and in Spokane will be the subject of a free luncheon and lecture by Rev. Eileen Lindner at noon April 27 in the Comstock Room of the YWCA in downtown Spokane. The event is co-sponsored by the newly formed Inland Northwest Task Force […]

WSU researcher sees no tech solutions

Technology and modernization alone won’t rescue our planet from the detrimental environmental impacts of industrialization and other human activities, according to a WSU researcher and leader in developing a way to scientifically model and assess human interactions with the environment.In fact, research by WSU sociologist Eugene A. Rosa and colleagues, Richard York of the University […]

WSU Vancouver presents film on situation in Darfur

Washington State University Vancouver will offer a March 23 screening of the Human Rights Watch video “Darfur Destroyed,” with eyewitness commentary and reflections on the situation in the African country. The film and discussion is slated for 7-9 p.m. in the Student Services Building, Room 110. The event is free and open to the public. […]