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Student studying in San Diego libraryMonday, May 4, 2015

The additional space means more amenities for students, faculty and staff

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Visitors enjoy the Bastyr University Herb and Food FairWednesday, April 29, 2015

You’re invited to a colorful party in the Bastyr University Gardens on Saturday, May 30. Come celebrate spring with fun and educational activities for all ages.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

So don't rush things. Because anything worth having, is worth waiting for.

- Unknown

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A conference room filled with attendees of Bastyr University Calinfornia's Spring for Health dinner.Thursday, April 23, 2015

The first Bastyr University California event raised money for student scholarships.

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Bastyr student preparing whole foods.Thursday, April 16, 2015

Bastyr University’s nutrition programs focus on the whole picture of foods and wellness.

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Bastyr alumnus Trevor Clark carrying a canoe down a suburban street.Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Follow Trevor Clark, a graduate from Bastyr’s herbal sciences program, as he plans a two-month solo canoe trip along the Alabama Scenic River Trail studying herbal plants.

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HerbDay logoWednesday, April 8, 2015

Two April talks led by botanical medicine experts will highlight the importance of herbs ahead of National HerbDay.

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Monday, April 6, 2015

After nearly three decades at Bastyr, a beloved professor is honored for his contributions.

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Spring for Health Luncheon May 12, 2015Friday, April 3, 2015

The keynote speaker at the annual event that supports uncompensated care services at Bastyr Center for Natural Health brings a broad range of experience as a physician, researcher and expert in public health and health policy.

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Bastyr undergraduate students standing with hula hoops.Friday, March 13, 2015

The class project gives students the opportunity to teach what they’ve learned about whole-person wellness to a unique patient population.

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