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Listening to His Heart
Summer 2004

As a student at WSU in the late '60s, Ken Alhadeff questioned authority with zeal. "I was part of a group of folks that marched down the streets of Pullman to President Terrell's house with torches, demanding that the Black Studies Program not be eliminated. It was a war between us and those insensitive, bureaucratic regents," says Alhadeff . . . who is now a regent.


Categories: Alumni, Education
Tags: Regents, Community activists


Regents Scholars Reception: Young Scholars, Good Cheer
Spring 2004
Seth Lake of Olympia mimicked the fetal position he reverted to the day his roommate's family met him for the first time, shivering under a hat, coat, and blanket on the couch, sicker than a dog.A hungry John Leraas, also of Olympia, overspent his ...
Categories: WSU students
Tags: Regents, Awards


Niva, Cox named WSU regents
Winter 2003
Connie Millard Niva and Angela S. Cox were named by Governor Gary Locke this summer to Washington State University's 10-member Board of Regents. Cox will serve as the student member, a position created in 1998.Niva ('62 Bact. & Public Health) ...
Categories: WSU history, Alumni
Tags: Regents


Frances Penrose Owen dies March 9 at 102
Summer 2002
Former Washington State University regent Frances Penrose Owen died March 9, 2002 in Seattle. She was 102.Governor Albert Rosellini appointed WSU’s first woman regent to the board in 1957. She served for 18 years and was twice elected president....
Categories: WSU history
Tags: Regents