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Scientists seek causes, better predictions for South Asia’s changing monsoon

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For billions, the rains of the South Asian summer monsoon are a matter of life and death.

From struggling writer to award-winning wine maker: Graduating V&E student named Wine Spectator Student of the Year

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When Madeleine Higgins was trying to pay the rent in New York as a struggling fashion writer, she never dreamed that one day she would…

Latest fashions emerge from AMDT students

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The 36th Annual WSU Mom’s Weekend Fashion Show featured creativity & innovation, including Dean’s Choice award winner Berenice Diaz Medrano

Senator learns about close WSU-USDA partnership during tour

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Sen. Patty Murray toured WSU’s Plant Growth Facility to learn about research projects and WSU’s innovative partnership with USDA-ARS.

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Latest fashions emerge from AMDT students

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The 36th Annual WSU Mom’s Weekend Fashion Show featured creativity & innovation, including Dean’s Choice award winner Berenice Diaz Medrano
From struggling writer to award-winning wine maker: Graduating V&E student named Wine Spectator Student of the Year

From struggling writer to award-winning wine maker: Graduating V&E student named Wine Spectator Student of the Year

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When Madeleine Higgins was trying to pay the rent in New York as a struggling fashion writer, she never dreamed that one day she would…
Scientists seek causes, better predictions for South Asia’s changing monsoon

Scientists seek causes, better predictions for South Asia’s changing monsoon

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For billions, the rains of the South Asian summer monsoon are a matter of life and death.
Real talk with parents helps students avoid freshman-year risks

Real talk with parents helps students avoid freshman-year risks

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Moms and dads who encourage candid talk about college life can help their children survive and thrive amid the tricky transition to higher education, says…
Keeping the taste, reducing the salt

Keeping the taste, reducing the salt

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Food Science professor combining salts to improve health outcomes without affecting how tasty the food is.
WSU to use new refrigerators in study to help save honey bees

WSU to use new refrigerators in study to help save honey bees

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WSU’s honey bee research team will advance their study of refrigeration to fight varroa mites that harm honey bees with help from two new grants.…
Award honors Ron Mittelhammer’s lifetime of service to Cougs, WSU economics

Award honors Ron Mittelhammer’s lifetime of service to Cougs, WSU economics

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Very few educators have touched as many minds and hearts at Washington State University as Ron Mittelhammer.

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