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Lessons from Geronimo
Winter 2014

Legendary warrior Geronimo led a small group of Chiricahua Apache in defending tribal lands, and inspired a new book by WSU football coach Mike Leach and WSU instructor Buddy Levy.

Categories: History
Tags: Geronimo, Leadership, Native American leaders

Catching up with WSUAA President Ken Locati ’85
Winter 2013

Ken Locati ’85 rediscovered his Cougar side in San Diego. He subsequently became the WSUAA president.

Categories: Alumni
Tags: Alumni Association, Leadership

Ten years of teamwork
Fall 2013

In September 2003, Tim Pavish ’80 left Seattle and a 20-year career in advertising to return to Pullman and become the executive director of the WSU Alumni Association.

Categories: Alumni, WSU history
Tags: Alumni Association, Leadership

The Future’s So Bright: New WSUAA President Lisa Steele Haberly ’99
Fall 2012

New WSUAA president Lisa Steele Haberly ’99 reaches out from sunny Tucson, Arizona, to lead Cougar alumni.

Categories: Alumni
Tags: Leadership, Arizona, Alumni Association

The making of mountaineers
Summer 2006
Danielle Fisher gave herself five years to become the youngest person to climb the highest mountain on every continent. The Washington State University student did it in two, joining the ranks in 2005 of an elite fellowship of climbers who got their start on Washington's peaks.
Categories: Alumni
Tags: Hiking, Leadership, Mountain climbing

Philip Phibbs's legacy
Winter 2003
"No decisions are easy, particularly when you are a university president and you are changing an institution." —Philip PhibbsMore than a decade removed from the presidency of the University of Puget Sound, Philip M. Phibbs remembers the job as t...
Categories: Education, Alumni
Tags: Leadership, Universities

With Eyes Wide Open
Summer 2003
Margarita Mendoza de Sugiyama is on the lookout for crooks, "really slimy crooks."
Categories: Alumni
Tags: Social justice, Leadership