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Spring 2022

Edison phonographListen to Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) music from the past and today

Fall 2021

Enrique CernaEnrique Cerna’s latest podcast, Chino y Chicano
(offsite link)

Re-imagined Radio logoListen to performances of Re-imagined Radio
(offsite link)

Fall 2020

Ambiente432 installation at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at WSUA sound sculpture by Trimpin (from the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU permanent collection) was recently restaged in the gallery space it was originally designed. Listen to a sample of Ambiente432’s 12 motion-sensor resonator horns tuned to a frequency of 432Hz.

Charge up with Glenn Johnson’s famous “That’s another Cougar first down.”

What would a world without insects not sound like? Here are some insect sounds we couldn’t live without. Produced by Juan Ibarra as a WSU Entomology 101 project. (YouTube)

Winter 2019

Stripland podcastListen to Joan Burbick as she reads the beginning of her new book Stripland.

Fall 2019

Cover of YAZZ BandYAZZ Band by WSU Regents Professor, composer, and saxophonist Greg Yasinitsky

Spring 2019

Space shuttle in spaceRecordings of the Washington State Fight Song from: NASA and Space Shuttle Challenger, the first known recording in 1934, and Tom Tuttle from Tacoma singing in Volunteers

Winter 2018

Eyes Wide Open album coverSample tracks from the vocal jazz album by Jamie Shew ’98, Eyes Wide Open (iTunes)

Spring 2018

WSU alumni headshot in a speech bubbleStories from 1965 Golden grads

Fall 2017

James Thayer podcastJames Thayer on the craft of the novel

Steve Smart podcastStephen B. Smart reads from his novel Whispers of the Greybull

CougtunesSample new releases from the WSU School of Music

Spring 2017

Kelvin Lynn podcastPodcast: A conversation with Kelvin Lynn

Winter 2015

Cover of shanghai.shanghai.shanghai by Alex KuoWSU emeritus professor and author Alex Kuo reads from his 2015 novel shanghai.shanghai.shanghai