A longtime motorcycle enthusiast, Pedro Castro (’92, MS Arch.), owner of Magellan Architects in Redmond—who calls himself Magellan’s “Chief Explorer Officer”— enjoys planning long rides.
He recently rode from Tijuana through Baja California with his sons, Lucas and Peter, a videographer who documented the adventure in a YouTube series.
Watch the first six episodes here, and read about Castro’s support of women and underrepresented architects.
Baja Bound Day 1: Adios Amigos
Baja Bound Day 2: Ensenadaway
Baja Bound Day 3: Mike’s Sky Rancho
Baja Bound Day 4: Nada
Baja Bound Day 5: Coco’s Corner
Baja Bound Day 6: Otro Lado
Four decades of hospitality business graduates from Washington State University have crafted their own version of success in the hospitality industry.
Joe Fugere ’84
Joe Fugere’s family influenced his meteoric rise in the food industry, albeit indirectly. His accolades including founding an award-winning Neapolitan pizza company in Seattle and advocating for small businesses on a local, state, and national level.
Fugere was actually considering architecture when he enrolled at WSU and attended an School for Hospitality Business Management open house.
“I liked the idea of getting a business degree and a degree in hospitality business … » More …