Western senior Hugh Rountry carves a relief print of a tree into a wood particle board in the Fine Arts Building on Wednesday, Jan. 6. The project is for the Bachelor of Fine Arts end of year show that will include work from many other BFA students. // Photo by Ian Koppe
A Western gardening crew loads the tree planters near Carver Gymnasium to take them back to the shop on Tuesday, Jan. 5. They will work on replanting trees in them once the ongoing construction at Carver is finished. // Photo by Ian Koppe
Students from two upper-division environmental science classes participate in ice-breaker activities in Red Square on Wednesday, Jan. 6. The group made expressive motions that described each person. "They are going to become outdoor educators, so its also them learning how to do an ice-breaker," said Wendy Walker, professor of one of the classes. // Photo by Tyler Hillis
Senior Dallas Roberts, junior Lisa Antonio and community member Doug Gustafson gather in Red Square to raise awareness for their group WWU Students for Bernie Sanders on Wednesday, Jan. 6. The organization is hosting a viewing of the sixth Democratic Debate in Artzen Hall 100 on Sunday, Jan. 17 at 5 p.m. // Photo by Caleb Galbreath
Students begin to fill Red Square on a sunny day in between classes on Wednesday, Jan. 6. // Photo by Caleb Galbreath
Construction crews working on Sam Carver Gymnasium on Tuesday, Jan. 5 drill ground supports deep into the earth to prepare for further construction on the new building. // Photo by Ian Koppe
A report has been made of a man in a gold SUV exposing himself to a female student as she walked the area of Cedar and Forest Streets at 11:55 a.m. on Thursday, April 16.
The man is described as a white male in his late 20s with tan skin, short brown hair, dark eyes and wearing a dark blue...