WSU opts for wine hangovers

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Since becoming a Husky, I've found it increasingly difficult to like anything related to WSU. I can't even drink Busch anymore.

However, I've found a diamond in the rough. WSU now offers a viticulture and enology program: wine making.

According to the Tri-City Herald, German-native Thomas Henick-Kling will be director of the program, which has locations in Richland, Prosser and Pullman. Henick-Kling spent 20 years at Cornell University in New York, where he helped develop the enology and viticulture program.

Fortunately, WSU's program isn't just limited to a undergraduate and graduate degrees. The 2-year certificate programs in Viticulture and Enology are continuing education programs offered through WSU Extension. Online courses are available as well.

Almost finished with my first 15-page paper on the history of copyright law for my communications master's program, I've never been so tempted to transfer...