14-15: Building the Campus

The lighting of the giant Sequoia near Edens Hall is an annual tradition at Western Washington University that goes back as long as most folks can remember. Some remember it at least as far back as 1967.

The laborious annual process results in 14,000 LED lights along the tree, which is…

A little known but vital piece of Western Washington University's history was removed from campus this past week.

The antiquated 4,160-volt transformer at the Steam Plant, once the single power feed from Puget Sound Energy for the entire campus, was lifted by crane and transported to…

Receiving the No.1 seed, the Western Washington University women's soccer team will host a sub-regional and earn a first-round bye for the 2014 NCAA Division II Championship Tournament, the field being announced on Monday, Nov. 10.

The Vikings will meet the winner of an opening-round…

Photographer and artist Rebecca Cummins and her collaborator Paul Demarinis dedicated the newly installed “Lunar Drift” sculpture in Western Washington University’s Miller Hall Collaborative Space in a special ceremony Oct. 11 on campus.

“Lunar Drift” is the…

Welcome back to all! Over the past several months I have visited most of the colleges and have had the opportunity to meet department chairs and staff to hear their concerns and suggestions. Some suggestions have been catalysts for quick changes while others will take longer to implement. Our…

The newly installed "Lunar Drift" sculpture in the Miller Hall Collaborative Space will be dedicated at a special ceremony at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11, on campus.

Kit Spicer, dean of Western Washington University College of Fine and Performing Arts, and Michael Sweney,…

Harrington Field on the south campus of Western Washington University was formally dedicated Saturday, Sept. 27, between games involving the Viking men's and women's soccer teams.

Before the ceremony, the WWU women beat Western Oregon University, 1-0. And before a record crowd of…

The Bellingham City Council has approved the permanent restriction of vehicular traffic on High Street through a portion of campus. The restriction, which is for 24 hours per day and seven days per week, goes into effect immediately and will continue to be limited to the section of High Street…

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