The Associated Students Outdoor Center is hosting a beginner Nordic Skiing excursion Feb. 17-19 at Stevens Pass. This particular trip is just one example of opportunities for newbies to develop skills in winter sports and participate in group bonding activities.
For the past five months, the Electronic Dance Music Club at Western Washington University has seen rapid success by hosting events across Bellingham and shows no signs of stopping.
A Western Washington University student’s TikTok featuring dining hall food has amassed over 300,000 views and 44,000 likes, gaining attention on campus.
A Zoom webinar on marine mammal rehabilitation in the Pacific Northwest was held on Jan. 18, 2024 through the Western Washington University Environmental Speakers Series. The speaker, Patrick Hutchins, is a Western alumnus and the community engagement coordinator of the Sealife Response, Rehabilitation and Research center, known as SR3, in Des Moines, Washington.
The Environmental, Sustainability and Energy Career Fair is coming up soon at Western Washington University. The event will be on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 4:30 p.m. in the Wade King Student Recreation Center’s MAC Gym.
This winter, Western Washington University's Western Gallery presents two separate but related exhibitions, “What Was Always Yours and Never Lost with Children of the Setting Sun Productions.”
On the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 9, Western Washington University students received a Western Alert about an armed robbery behind the Wendy’s on Samish Way. While these messages seem simple, it takes an entire team of people, including university communications and police, to craft them.
Students woke the morning of Thursday, Jan. 18 to another canceled school day. For the second day in a row, Western Washington University’s campus is shut down, due to continual snowfall and icy conditions on campus.
Bachelor of Fine Arts students in the design program at Western Washington University competed to have their original work featured on a Stemma Brewery beer can.
For students with disabilities, navigating Western Washington University’s campus on any given day can be difficult. Now that the weather is getting colder, these students must be more careful than ever when getting to class.
Western Washington University students interested in magic, nature and divination who haven’t yet found their community are in luck. The new WWU Witches is a new club for witches and magic practitioners, as well as for those curious, and welcomes students of all religious identities and backgrounds to join.