June 16, 2011: WSU in the Media

Posted by Christian Barton on Jun 20, 2011 0 comments

  • 06-16-11 Capital Press – Researcher at the WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center in Wenatchee, disputes claim that apples have unacceptable pesticide residue levels.
  • 06-16-11 Edmonds Beacon – Demali, a grizzly from WSU, rips up a campsite looking for food during a demonstration at Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle.
  • 06-16-11 Capital Press – Retired WSU ag economist talks about loss of wheat production in the South.
  • 06-16-11 Western Farmer-Stockman – WSU Economist Named Risk Management Extension Director
  • 06-16-11 The Columbian – A look at the impact of Hal Dengerink, the only chancellor WSU Vancouver has ever known.
  • 06-15-11 Moscow-Pullman Daily News – WSU veterinarians confirm state’s ninth equine herpes case
  • 06-15-11 The Seattle Times – Dr. Mushtaq Memon, WSU,answers this week’s veterinary question.

  Blogs/Opinion

  • 06-15-11 The Everett Herald – Last week, WSU and WWU each decided to raise tuition by 16 percent next fall.

  • 06-15-11 The Olympian – WSU veterinary hospital reopens



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