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Getting to know Hud Hudson 2011-07-15
WWU Ralph Munro Seminar Set for July 11 to 15 2011-07-11
In memoriam: Ethan Remmel, 1969 - 2011 2011-07-07
Keith Judelman: The guy in charge of calm

Sun streams through the window of Revive Therapeutics. The small waiting room, mildly Asian-inspired and adorned with a vase of orange flowers and neat stacks of books, emits a feeling of calm. Like it should. 
Revive, which houses and co-operates with Hillside Acupuncture, opened…

Here Comes Nevada

In March this year, five potential presidential candidates kicked off the Iowa caucus season, putting the Hawkeye state once again in the political spotlight.
The Iowa caucus is a magnet for candidates because it is the first caucus in the nation.
New Hampshire is second and South…

Christopher Wise publishes article on bin Laden's assassination 2011-07-05
Janet Marino new director of Whatcom Peace and Justice Center

Janet Marino is enthusiastic about her new job, but says, "I would love to put myself out of business."
She's the new executive director of Whatcom Peace and Justice Center. A 35-year-old Western Washington University graduate with a degree in political science, Marino took…

Journalism students work with InvestigateWest on coal terminal story series 2011-06-24
Should Washington become the king of shipping coal to China?

Have you ever had to wait for a train at, say, Broad Street in Seattle, right by the SAM Sculpture Park? Or anyplace else along the Burlington Northern Santa Fe tracks that hug the coast of Puget Sound?

Imagine roughly doubling the train traffic on that railroad.…

Writings from a world where the poet is king

THE legendary King Canute might well have fought the ‘ungovernable sea’ but it was left to his namesake, international poet, Knute Skinner, to savour the pleasures of peaceful coexistence.
Born in St Louis, Missouri, Knute is the recipient of a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree from…

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