By Steve Nakata, Administrative Services
PULLMAN, Wash. – Ten Washington State University students will take the stage this week to share their thoughts and experiences related to sexual violence – a hot topic on college campuses across the nation. The free, public performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, March 25-27, in Daggy Hall’s Wadleigh Theatre.
By Steve Nakata, Student Affairs & Enrollment
PULLMAN, Wash. – Two dozen high school students from throughout central Washington will inspire others with their significant life experiences in “Las Memorias 2014,” a collaborative effort of Washington State University’s Office of Student Affairs and WSU Performing Arts.
RICHLAND – A unique singing group that brings Elizabethan England to life will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, April 4, at WSU Tri-Cities.
The Madrigal Singers is a select ensemble of about 20 students from WSU Pullman, led by Lori Wiest with the WSU School of Music. Admission to the concert is free and open to the public. The performance is in the East Building Auditorium on the WSU Tri-Cities campus, 2710 University Drive, Richland.
The Madrigal Singers perform in costumes reminiscent of the Renaissance era. Although their specialty is singing a cappella sacred and secular music from the Renaissance, the group’s small … » More …
PULLMAN — Some athletes turn to steroids and human growth hormone (HGH) to get a competitive edge. Some baby boomers do the same, trying to look younger in order to boost their careers and social lives.
“The issue of performance-enhancing drugs goes far beyond sports,” said Jennifer Beller, an associate professor at Washington State University who serves as a consultant to the United States Anti-Doping Agency and the Clean Sport Alliance. “The boomers are trying to get an advantage in life. They hear Sylvester Stallone and Suzanne Somers call HGH the fountain of youth.”
Beller will discuss the personal and social impacts … » More …