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…reach new heights!

Alum Jamey Gelhar '10 and her mother recently made an 18-day trek from Katmandu, Nepal, to the base camp of Mount Everest

Alum Jamey Gelhar '10 and her mother recently made an 18-day trek from Katmandu, Nepal, to the base camp of Mount Everest, where she gave a shout-out to her alma mater.

A stand-out basketball player while at Saint Martin's, Jamey landed in the record books as a junior, when she made 78 consecutive free throws, setting an NCAA all-division record.

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…study at the highest LEED-rated building in the Western Hemisphere.

Saint Martin's takes the LEED on green building

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…have a household full engineers.

Saint Martin's takes the LEED on green building

17-year-old Alexander Anderson is unique at Saint Martin's Univerisy. Not just because he began his college career at age 12, but because he attends classes with his parents, Olga and Alex, as they each pursue degrees in mechanical engineering.

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…hang out with Ironman Chef, Michael Symon.

Ironman Chef, Michael Symon hams it up with the SMU welcome piggies

The day before hosting the 2013 Saint Martin's University Gala (and helping net $960,000 for student scholarships!), Michael Symon hams it up with the SMU welcome piggies.

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…spread holiday cheer like Alum Jonathan Sprouffske '04!

Alum Jonathan Sprouffske '04 gives to his community

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…become a Thurston County Superior Court Judge.

Alumna Christine Shaller becomes Thurston County Superior Court Judge

Alumna Christine Schaller '93 says she discovered who she was at Saint Martin’s.

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