Daniel qi jue Lai was born in Guangzhou, China. After his sophomore year of high school, he moved to Victoria, British Columbia, when he was 16 years old. There, he finished his junior and senior years of high school before attending Langara College for two years in Vancouver, British Columbia.
When you’re walking around campus or sitting in class, you see many people of different ethnicities and backgrounds. But out of all the students attending Western Washington University, do you know how many are from another country?
From snowshoeing to sea kayaking, Western Washington University students can get outside in an accessible and affordable way through excursions with the AS Outdoor Center.
The Western Washington University men’s basketball team welcomed back fans with a close-fought 83 to 81 win against Northwest Nazarene on Thursday, Jan. 28.
The women’s 20lb weight-throwing competition was the first Western Washington University record broken, but it wouldn’t be the last.
On Jan. 12, student-athletes from Western’s basketball and volleyball teams met in Sam Carver Gymnasium with Melynda Huskey, the Vice President of Enrollment and Student Services, to discuss how the new protocols have negatively impacted the teams. They also expressed their frustration over how quickly the decisions were made.
Western Washington University women’s basketball team lost their 10-game winning streak on Thursday night in their game against Central Washington University at Sam Carver Gymnasium. The final score was 68-76.
For 50 years, citizens and government officials have been working to build an epic trail spanning from Bellingham Bay to Mount Baker. While a few trail segments have been established, the project has proven to be a Herculean task.
Bellingham’s growing skate community has found a new spot to skate. Skaters have been shaping a do-it-yourself skatepark under the East Chestnut Street bridge on the outskirts of downtown Bellingham.
This November, Western Washington University welcomed internationally renowned artist Fred Wilson to campus, preceding the installation of two of his glass chandeliers in the Viking Union outside the Multicultural Center.
Amy Salinas Westmoreland has joined the Western Washington University community as the new director of Multicultural Student Services, with her office located in the Viking Union’s Multicultural Center.
Western Washington University’s College of Fine and Performing Arts is putting together the famous musical stylings of “Cabaret,” a musical that takes place in the 1930s in a Berlin nightclub. Musical numbers include "Willkommen," "Cabaret," "Don't Tell Mama" and "Two Ladies."