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2004 Spring

Spring 2004 PSU Magazine cover imageEngineering the Future

A record-breaking gift will help transform the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

What Sociology Has to Offer

Professor Michael Toth writes about the unique perspective of his discipline.

Pride of a People

An unprecedented collection of contemporary Native American art is the focal point of a new center on campus.

Breaking Through

Education alumni raise the bar for children who are wards of the state.

Stereo Vision

Diane Rulien '86 directs a new museum and gallery devoted to 3-D photography.

DEPARTMENTS

Around the Park Blocks

PSU experiment on space station, Antiques and collectibles summer camp, Opera theater wins, Media legend to speak, Awards to urban pioneers, Under new ownership

Letters

One point of view, Spend money more wisely, Tough love saves dollars

Off the Shelf

Love at Ground Zero, Tell this Silence, Grasping Wastrels vs. Beaches Forever Inc., Oregon's Promise, The Killer Coin, Magnificent Failure, Abraham Lincoln

Alumni Association News

Alumni brought together; Alumni, faculty, and friends honored

Alumni Profiles

The cheering (from 1967) goes on, Mark Prater '87 serves the U.S. Senate for over a decade

Sports

Women's golf wins Big Sky, Play golf for student athletics

Philanthropy in Action

Historic gift helps tomorrow's teachers, University welcomes new vice president, Scholarships lead to student success