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The Western Washington University Board of Trustees today unanimously selected Sabah U. Randhawa as Western's 14th president.

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Nancie Weston (’85) founded GRAYL to make a difference in the world and to solve real world problems. Her journey began in the Cascade Mountains, where she became very sick drinking from what appeared to be a clean, crystal clear spring. A few years later she visited Mexico where she was literally waste deep on a beach in plastic debris. It was then when she knew she had to make a difference by creating a product that would address both problems.

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Rachel (Siegrist) Alston (’03) has Portland’s community covered with free diapers and supplies for low-income families, the homeless, older adults and individuals with disabilities.

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Debora Juarez (’83) made history when she was elected to Seattle City Council’s District 5 seat in November, becoming the first citizen of an indigenous nation to be elected to the council in its 150-year history.

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Mother Kathleen Nuzum ('94) and daughter Meghann (Nuzum) Chronister ('07) incorporate their experiences while at WWU to support brides-to-be at Frankie & Maude - Custom Bridal Atelier.

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