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Students volunteer as trainers for hard-charging volleyball players at Emerald City Classic.
Deena Lewis left a job at Microsoft to design landscapes as she learned in Bastyr's permaculture certificate program.
You've heard about the soggy, sun-deprived Pacific Northwest. Here's the shocking truth (it's pretty great).
In celebration of Earth Day 2013, The Princeton Review highlights Bastyr University's commitment to "going green".
"In many cases, healthy lifestyle choices are often more effective than pharmaceutical care, and actually decrease the incidence of diabetes, heart attacks and other circulatory problems.”
The School of Traditional World Medicines will house Bastyr University's acupuncture, Oriental medicine and ayurveda programs, along with future programs drawing on medicine from around the world.