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Why do we dance?

Anthropology professor Ed Hagen and Crimson Girls coach Kaila Evenoff on why humans—and birds, bees, and other animals—wiggle, flutter, step, and leap. Read more >>

In search of microplastics

Environmental science professor Alex Fremier is working to improve our understanding of how microplastics enter the aquatic food web. Read more >>

Emma Johnson snorkeling during spring/summer study abroad in the Great Barrier Reef.Recent graduate to intern at Capitol

Emma Johnson, WSU’s first Udall Native American Congressional intern, will work in the office of U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Mastoto. Read more >>


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