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A Place at the Table

Pierce County’s passionate restaurant reviewer Sue Kidd remembered

River Views

John Feodorov’s new work for the Seattle Convention Center is a story of the Duwamish River

Joining the ‘Major Leagues of Voice’

Music's Richard L. Hodges will take the stage in Seattle Opera's 'X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X'

Leading with 'radical love'

State principal of the year William Jackson on justice-centered education

The Roehl Way

Tom Roehl has spent 25 years encouraging students to stretch beyond boundaries

Aperture of Empathy

Does looking into the eyes of an animal make us more likely to act to save its endangered habitat?

Enlisting drones to study the world’s most remote glaciers

Alia Khan collects ice from the world's highest places

Plastic Trash Upcycler

Alum Ryan Hackler’s company turns plastic into petrochemical alternatives. His startup is getting funding from the Department of Energy.

In Her Father’s Memory

Julann Spromberg learned to love nature on her family farm, and learned to be a scientist at Western

Eye on the Water

The Institute for Watershed Studies provides long-term water quality data for Lake Whatcom.

Immersive Future of Language

Virtual reality can help revitalize Indigenous languages, says Fairhaven Dean Caskey Russell

'She Was Beautiful, Loyal and Tough'

Marine Sciences graduate Amirah Casey’s impressive list of accomplishments includes embracing her late mother's story as part of her own.

A Viking Comes Full Circle

Jim Sterk returns to Western to lead Viking Athletics

Jane Wong's 'furious, joyful memoir'

The New York Times, Publisher's Weekly and Kirkus Reviews love 'Meet Me Tonight in Atlantic City.'

Keys, Phone, Lifesaver

How do you bring an overdose-stopping drug to the masses? Make it sleek, stylish and small enough to carry on a keychain.

A brighter financial future

Alum Paul Merriman shares a lifetime of financial knowledge with WWU students and the community

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