October 2003

From a recent article in the San Mateo County Times:

The families of several local E. coli sufferers have contacted a Seattle-based lawyer who has collected tens of millions of dollars in settlements in food-poisoning cases. William Marler, a personal-injury attorney who has represented hundreds of E. coli, salmonella and botulism victims, said Tuesday

I’ve been reappointed to a second term with the Washington State University Board of Regents, which I currently serve as president. I was first appointed to the WSU Board of Regents in 1998. I served as a member of the Pullman City Council while attending WSU, as the youngest and first student ever elected to

In its story Fewer students of color at WSU, the Spokesman Review reported today that while enrollment is up at Washington State University, the number of African-American students on campus is down.
The African-American student population dropped to close to 13 percent this fall. Although the drop accounts for only 67 fewer students than