VANCOUVER, Wash. – Researchers at Washington State University Vancouver have discovered that mice make ultrasonic sounds by using their windpipes as whistles, avoiding the use of their vocal cords entirely. This has implications for studies of the human brain and speech.
Sitting back in his chair, his legs crossed at the ankles, Adam Donohue lets his fingers dance over the keys of his tenor saxophone, producing a gorgeous kaleidoscope of audible color. It’s just after noon in the basement of Kimbrough Hall, and the WSU Jazz Big Band is sight-reading director Greg Yasinitsky’s 1989 chart of […]
The WSU SaxBand lends its singular sound to the Atrium Music concert series this Friday, Oct. 20. These six musicians will offer a colorful blend of original pieces and unique arrangements of jazz standards, including Gershwin’s “A Foggy Day”, Charlie Parker’s “Cool Blues” and the invigorating favorite, “When The Saints Go Marching In”. Join us […]