Caroline Heldman ’93 appears in several documentaries, writes, and presents on media and gender. She has emerged as a strong voice about the #MeToo movement and harassment, partly because of her own experience. Watch parts of documentaries and learn more about Heldman’s work below. You can also read about her in “Ask Caroline Heldman,” Fall 2018.
The Pumpkin Drop at WSU has been a tradition for Dad’s Weekend since 2004, as students in the Physics and Astronomy Club toss the pumpkins from the Pullman campus’s tallest building. Check out the tenth annual drop video below and read more about this tradition in the Fall 2018 issue.
Kelsey Cook ’11 followed her comedic beacon to the stand-up world, with appearances on The Tonight Show and Comedy Central. She also co-hosts a podcast called “Self-helpless” with some fellow comedians. Read more about Kelsey in the Fall 2018 magazine and watch her funny bits below.
“Redshift & Portalmetal” by Micha Cárdenas. Your planet is dying. You have an apparent choice: travel to the Ice Planet and start over, or stay and try to help. Every layer of this piece is rich with video, audio, and a textual narrative that triangulates between science fiction, philosophy, and a sort of future-tending Romanticism.