UNLIMITED PDF ✓ Washington State Magazine :: Summer 2011 - by Eric Apalategui Richard Roesler LarryClark Patrick McManus Hope Tinney Tina Hilding Angela Sams Hannelore Sudermann

Washington State Magazine :: Summer 2011 By Eric Apalategui Richard Roesler LarryClark Patrick McManus Hope Tinney Tina Hilding Angela Sams Hannelore Sudermann,

  • Title: Washington State Magazine :: Summer 2011
  • Author: Eric Apalategui Richard Roesler LarryClark Patrick McManus Hope Tinney Tina Hilding Angela Sams Hannelore Sudermann
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  • Page: 266
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  • Washington State Magazine covers news and issues of interest to Washington State University faculty, staff, students, and alumni, and the people of Washington from Seattle to St John It fosters a sense of connection to the University and of shared community among alumni, students, faculty, and friends.In this issue FEATURESThe Storyteller Patrick McManus 56, 59 MA PWashington State Magazine covers news and issues of interest to Washington State University faculty, staff, students, and alumni, and the people of Washington from Seattle to St John It fosters a sense of connection to the University and of shared community among alumni, students, faculty, and friends.In this issue FEATURESThe Storyteller Patrick McManus 56, 59 MA Patrick McManus s comic formula depends on his creation of a world of oddly named characters with generous and adventurous souls And a markedly different perspective As far back as I can remember, he writes, I have seen funny What may horrify normal people may strike me as hilarious by Tim SteuryWhat s the Catch The rainbow trout has evolved over millions of years to survive in varied but particular circumstances in the wild The hatchery rainbow flourishes in its relatively new, artificial surroundings, but its acquired skill set compromises its evolution The rainbow has so straddled the worlds of nature and nurture, says biologist Gary Thorgaard, that it has become a world fish by Eric SorensenThe Things We Do for Our Dogs and what they do for us In 1974 between 15 and 18 million dogs and cats were killed in animal control centers To address what he perceived as wide spread irresponsible animal ownership, Leo Bustad 49 DVM created the People Pet Partnership and promoted research into the human animal bond Although it is impossible to assess the total impact of his work, the number of animals killed today is down to four million And the pet people bond manifests itself in ways beyond his comprehension by Hannelore SudermannPANORAMAS Short articles on research, outreach and alumni of Washington State University The fate of a blue butterfly Revolutions are televised by Arab journalists Buddy Levy Historical investigator Current events engineering power in the Pacific Northwest After a fashion A plan for WashingtonDEPARTMENTS First Words Somewhere in France Letters Short Subject Business is blooming Sports From Burma to the Blazers In Season Carrots Last Words, ErLaugh The Perfect HuntTRACKING Profiles of alumni of Washington State University Arun Raha 91 The good, the bad, and the budget Bill 69 and Felicia 73 Gaskins All in stride Kristine McClary Vannoy 87 The facts of fudge Henry Grosshans 1921 2010 Alumni news Don t be a stranger use Coug connections to break into a new communityNEW MEDIA Reviews of books and music by WSU faculty and alumni Fishes of the Columbia Basin A guide to their natural history and identification by Dennis Dauble 78 A Home for Every Child by Patricia Susan Hart 91 MA, 97 PhD Murder at Foxbluff Lake by Jesse E Freels 99 Hard Water by Massy Ferguson New Noteworthy Splendid Service The Montana National Guard, 1867 2006 The Money Saving Wealth Building Guide for the New Economy Reflections on the Road A Journey through Whitman County Past and Present
    Washington State Magazine Summer Washington State Magazine covers news and issues of interest to Washington State University faculty staff students and alumni and the people of Washington from Seattle to St John It fosters a sens

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