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College of Arts and Sciences digital storytelling

Student-created stories air on community radio and online

Digital Technology and CultuJune T. Sanders and senior Benjamin Wang.What advice would you give your younger self? How do you know if you’re gay? Which expressions in other languages endure in English speakers’ hearts?

Exploring answers to these questions and more was the creative basis of a WSU student-led digital storytelling and technology skills-building project that recently aired on » More …

Catching up with Cesar

Cesar GuerreroCesar Guerrero graduated in May 2018 as the Digital Technology and Culture (DTC) Outstanding Senior and is now working in Reston, Virginia, as an associate consultant for Oracle, a computer technology corporation that specializes in cloud engineered systems, enterprise software products, and database software and technology.

Cesar helps to implement the company’s customer relationship management and service cloud base systems.  He helps customers by planning, designing, and presenting solutions to their issues. » More …

Golden and Diamond Grads: What a time it was!

Collage of alumni One by one, they share memories of curfews, 42-cent dinner dates at the CUB, the JFK assassination, and the birth of women’s lib. A few regale listeners with the infamous tale of the 1964 “Pot Push,” which had nothing to do with cannabis.

These are just a sample of the treats recorded at the Diamond and Golden Grads digital storytelling workshops, led by Rebecca Goodrich, clinical assistant professor in English and former assistant director of the Digital Technology and Culture program

The workshops, held during the Diamond and Golden reunions, are available to visiting 50- and 60-year graduates who would like to contribute oral histories of their time at WSU. The stories will eventually be » More …