Charting the course of a globe-trotting pathogen
Entomologists and “disease detectives” chart the spread of West Nile virus.
Consider the dragon
Martial artist and actor Bruce Lee embodied a new and potent physicality as an Asian man on film.
Sex, drugs, and differences
Females using marijuana are likelier than men to become dependent on the drug.
A Washington childhood
Hannelore Sudermann reflects on the summer issue and her own Washington childhood.
100 years of the Bookie
WSU's student-owned bookstore, celebrates 100 years of service to the campus
Allison Helfen ’89—A crush on local wine
The Wine Alley in Renton was a dream come real for Allison Helfen and her husband Scott.
Tom Norwalk ’75—Visit Seattle
The president and CEO of Visit Seattle talks about tourism in Seattle and Washington.
Video: A building is “re-barn”—Architect Robert Grossman ’59 and the WSU Lewis Alumni Centre
Hunger Immortal: The First Thirty Years of the West Seattle Food Bank, 1983–2013
by Ronald F. Marshall ’71