VIDEOS FOR FALL 2022
VIDEOS FOR SUMMER 2022
How the Colville Tribes are combatting invasive weeds
How a man’s love for pickleball led him to coach prison inmates across the country (YouTube/King 5, October 28, 2019)
VIDEOS FOR SPRING 2022
Watch the Robeetle at work (YouTube/Science News)
Bear videos courtesy the WSU Bear Center!
VIDEOS FOR WINTER 2021
Marq Evans is interviewed about his documentary Claydream by Jim Richardson of Animateducated. (YouTube)
VIDEOS FOR FALL 2021
VIDEOS FOR SUMMER 2021
WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Inaugural graduates: WSU’s First Doctors (Interactive HTML)
VIDEOS FOR SPRING 2021
Artist Etsuko Ichikawa discusses the creative motivations and processes that brought about her Broken Poems of Fireflies—an immersive installation commissioned by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU.
Read more at “Orbital notations.”
VIDEOS FOR WINTER 2020
The Fallen Cougars Project memorializes soldiers and others with ties to Washington State University who gave their lives for the nation during World War II. It is a collaborative effort of WSU Department of History students and faculty.
A remastered version (with higher resolution historical footage) is available on YouTube here.
VIDEOS FOR SUMMER 2020
Special KWSU/Broadcast 465 newscast from May 19, 1980, about the Mount St. Helens eruption and impact to Washington State University
Courtesy KWSU and the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication
Courage: Carla’s story
For more than 50 years, Carla Olman Peperzak wouldn’t talk about her years as a teenage operative in the Dutch Resistance during World War II. Washington State University associate history professor Raymond Sun is now helping her tell that story.
Produced by the Edison Creative Group
VIDEOS FOR SPRING 2020
Building a drywall waste block
Informational video by WSU Video Services
Or watch here on vimeo
VIDEOS FOR WINTER 2019
Quite a crew
A little history but a lot determination of WSU’s Varsity club rowing: Cougar Crew
VIDEOS FOR FALL 2019
A trip to the pond
Washington State University biologist Caren Goldberg visits a pond where she studies amphibians using Environmental DNA sampling (eDNA).
Hearts in Motion: Cougs in Guatemala, by Matt Winchell
Read about the WSU students and faculty helping out in Guatemala
Palouse training ride with Chris Dugan
We had hoped to bring you a stop-motion video of Chris on a typical training ride in the outskirts of Pullman. Unfortunately, the GoPro camera used on that ride—in Chris’s words: “crashed out.” So instead, here is an “off-the-saddle” promotional video of Chris created by his brother Dylan Dugan…
Fly-cast painting with Ben Miller
Ben Miller paints in a novel way that combines his love of fly fishing with art.
VIDEOS FOR SPRING 2019
Archiving ice, by Caroline Landau
Read about Debbie Lee and Caroline’s journey in the Arctic on a tall ship in “Arctic chronicles”
Watch more videos from Washington State Magazine