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Former Pro Bowl Seahawk embraces Pullman

Seattle Seahawks fullback Mack Strong breaks through St. Louis Rams' defense  October 15, 2006.

FRAZIER MYER | Evergreen reporter

May 5, 2017

Former Pro Bowler and Seahawks fullback Mack Strong, who is well known for blocking defenders for former Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander, is now in Pullman finding ways to get involved with the community while working for the NFL Legends Committee.Strong went undrafted out of the University of Geor...

Why you should still pay attention to the NBA playoffs

Former SuperSonic Kevin Durant takes a shot on April, 8 2008.

CHRIS ARNESON | Evergreen columnist

April 21, 2017

With the NBA playoffs in full swing, Pacific Northwest basketball fans can be left wondering why they should pay attention to a league that isn’t doing a whole lot to reestablish a team in Seattle.Most Seattleites have been left with a cold feeling by the league that stole their Sonics in 2008, as...

Becoming bacteria-free

Researchers at WSU are working to decrease bacteria on fruit.

BY HILARY TAYLOR | Evergreen contributor

February 24, 2015

Reducing food contamination and improving the safety and quality of food is what motivates one scientist at Washington State University.Shyam S. Sablani, a WSU associate professor, is currently working to make frozen red raspberries less susceptible to harmful bacteria by using Ultraviolet light-C or UV-C light.“We are try...

Multiculturalism in mental healthcare

Washington State University researchers use survey results to improve mental healthcare, specifically post-traumatic stress disorder care, for Native Americans.

ALYSEN BOSTON | Evergreen reporter

February 11, 2015

Washington State University graduate students recently compiled the largest survey to date of the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on Native American veterans in order to provide more effective mental health treatment.Greg Urquhart and Matthew Hale began conducting the survey online and th...

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