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Biology by the numbers
Summer 2007

In normal times, Europe's brown bears live in a state of happy equilibrium. But under certain circumstances, things can go seriously awry, leading the males to commit what researcher Robert Wielgus calls sexually selected infanticide. Wielgus's most powerful tool against this eventuality is math.

Categories: Biological sciences
Tags: Europe, Wildlife, Bears

Cougars abroad
Fall 2005
With more and more Europeans on the roster of NBA teams, Americans like Jan-Michael Thomas '01 have to look outside the United States if they want to continue their hoop careers.As a Cougar basketball player, Jan-Michael Thomas ('01 Bus. Mgt.) wa...
Categories: Athletics, Alumni
Tags: Europe, Basketball

A tale of many cities
Summer 2003
As a boy Clint Borgen dreamed of having an interesting life, radically different from the humdrum sleepiness of Anacortes, Washington, his commercial-fishing-oriented hometown. He played spy games with a seemingly fearless older brother and best f...
Categories: Media, Alumni
Tags: Refugees, Europe, Books

Volleyball—European tour builds lifetime memories
Winter 2002
In August Coach Cindy Fredrick and the Washington State University volleyball team spent 12 days in Europe, sightseeing and playing eight matches. While winning all its matches was special, it wasn't everything, Fredrick said of the tour. She agr...
Categories: Athletics
Tags: Europe, Volleyball