Curious to try mountain biking? Western’s Outdoor Center is sponsoring an introductory mountain bike ride on Wednesday, May 17 at Galbraith Mountain.
From kayaks to bike racks, the rental options at Western’s Outdoor Center are vast. With outdoor recreation being an expensive hobby, the Outdoor Center can be a great resource to those looking to get into nature without breaking the bank.
Construction on Kaiser Borsari Hall, Western Washington University’s newest building, began March 20. Work on the 54,000-square-foot facility, projected to be completed in early 2025, broke ground east of the Communications Facility.
Speakers at the Racial History of Whatcom County panel discussed the importance of understanding the history of anti-Asian racism in the region at Bellingham Technical College on May 9.
Students from Western Washington University will lobby the Bellingham City Council and Whatcom County Council at Bellingham City Hall about policies to address student needs at Local Lobby Day on May 15.
The Western Undergraduate Exchange award reduces out-of-state students’ tuition rate to 150% of the resident tuition rate at participating public colleges and universities in the West.
The best part of working with ceramics at Western Washington University, according to studio art majors and ceramics club members Gabe Rubanowitz and Kasey Maniulit, isn’t its expansive nature or even the act of creating. Rather, it’s getting to work with Ryan Kelly, the club’s academic advisor.
Western Washington University’s Arab Student Association hosted a food workshop alongside several other Ethnic Student Center clubs on May 2. The ESC kitchen was alive with a flurry of activity and conversation, with members from each club intermingling as they prepared cultural dishes.
On May 2, members of Western Academic Workers United gathered in Red Square to announce their campaign to unionize Operational Student Employees at Western Washington University.
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.