Boasting huge windows overlooking north campus from the second floor of the Performing Arts Center at Western Washington University is the Music Library.
The renovation of Western Washington University’s heating system was one of the four major capital projects in the university’s 2023-25 budget. In April, the state approved a $10 million fund to complete phase one of this project.
Are you a student who is anxious about returning to school in the fall? You’re not alone. Going back to school and creating a whole new routine can be not only overwhelming, but difficult to maintain.
As an incoming Western Washington University student, Jen Black was excited to take an integral step in the journey of becoming a Viking. In the fall of 2021, Black sat down at a computer and joined a Zoom meeting: Western’s newly-implemented online freshman orientation.
Western Washington University’s summer youth camps are hosted by the university’s men's and women's basketball and soccer teams, as well as the women’s volleyball and softball teams.
As flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables bloom this summer, so do opportunities to connect with fellow students and growers through food.
A new food services company, Chartwells Higher Education, will take over Western Washington University’s campus dining needs on Sept. 1 as the university ends a partnership with Aramark that has lasted over a decade.
Over 500 alumni and family members attended the Back2B'ham Alumni and Friends Weekend, held at Western Washington University for the first time since 2017. The event, hosted by the WWU Alumni Association from May 19 to 21, included guest speakers, bike tours, live music, food trucks and many other activities.
Western Washington University will partner with the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association to offer two new certificates that prepare students for careers in salmon restoration.
Western Washington University’s Associated Students released election results for the 2023-24 academic year on May 8. All seven Executive Board and 21 Student Senate seats were up for election, as all terms run one academic year.
State Sen. Sharon Shewmake and Rep. Joe Timmons of the 42nd Legislative District hosted a town hall on May 31 at Whatcom Community College’s Heiner Center.
Western Washington University professors Brandon Dupont and Paul Chen have introduced a new community to campus in collaboration with Heterodox Academy in an effort to create better communication among staff, students and faculty.
Under the spotlight, undivided attention is set on first-year Western Washington University student Sarah Roberts. There’s no room for error. Performing was her passion, but this was an entirely different sensation of entertainment, causing a much greater adrenaline rush. This was improv.
College is stressful. Between the cost of attendance, deadlines and external factors like work, even the most fortunate student can find themself struggling. Across experiences, backgrounds and situations, one thing remains constant: everyone needs to eat.