After a three year hiatus, Western Washington University’s Empowerment Dinner is returning to campus May 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room.
As April has turned to May, thus has concluded Undocu-Month at Western Washington University, leaving those involved to reflect upon its success.
The lights are down low. The crowd waits in anticipation. The room is lively with chatter and the low hums of a guitar can be heard over the loudspeakers before the show begins. Pure Halcyon is returning to The Blue Room this Sunday, May 7, with doors opening at 7 p.m.
Western Washington University and the Washington Chess Federation co-hosted the first annual Bellingham Open on April 22.
While their transcripts may have only an “S” or “U” denoting satisfactory or unsatisfactory, students at Western Washington University’s Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies write a self-evaluation and receive an instructor evaluation for each of their courses.
Parking continues to be a problem for the residents neighboring Western Washington University’s campus in Bellingham.
Western Washington University is acknowledging Sexual Assault Awareness Month by providing confidential Survivor Advocacy Services through the Counseling and Wellness Center.
The Western Washington University Board of Trustees decided during the April 14 meeting by unanimous vote to increase base residence hall room and board rates by 4.73%.
More than a year after Thomas Huxley’s name was removed from Western Washington University’s College of the Environment, the college has not been renamed.
Students for Zero Waste is giving Western Washington University another reason to jump into spring cleaning with their clothing swap and repair fair quickly approaching.
The Outback Farm hosted Outback Unplugged on April 19, one of several Earth Week events happening on Western Washington University’s campus.