15-16: Student Life

Associated Students Productions put on its annual Lawnstock music concert this past weekend on the Communications Facility Lawn.

The free concert, on for its fourth year, featured a number of local bands.

Mary Lambert, The Flavr Blue, COSMOS, Snug Harbor and …

Finals are approaching and year-long projects are coming due. The end of spring quarter is a busy -- and often quite difficult -- time for students, faculty and staff at Western Washington University.

That's why Western is continuing the #WesternCares campaign begun a…

Western Reads has chosen Ta-Nehisi Coates’ “Between the World and Me,” winner of the 2015 National Book Award for Nonfiction, as its 2016-17 Western Reads book.

Western Reads is a campus-wide reading program designed to promote intellectual engagement, community and conversation among…

For the second year, Associated Students Productions brought a petting zoo to campus to help ease students' stress as the year winds down.

WWU photographer Jonathan Williams dropped by to capture some of the action.

RECycling Your Power, funded by the Sustainable Action Fund at Western Washington University, has challenged members of the Western Washington University cycling team to see who can produce the most wattage. The challenge will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 25.

Placed in the Old Main lawn this week were 152 flags in memory of 152 service members from Washington state who lost their lives in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

The flags are an annual tradition from the WWU Veterans Outreach Center.

Memorial…

Following Back 2 Bellingham, M.E.Ch.A. de WWU--an Ethnic Student Center Club--hosted its 16th annual Ridin' Low in the 3-6-0 lowrider show Sunday. The free event filled Red Square with customized cars, trucks, and bikes, bringing in visitors from all over the western United States…

The Ethnic Student Center at Western Washington University held its 25-year reunion on Friday, May 13, during Back2Bellingham.

The keynote speaker for the event was Jesse Moore, a WWU alumnus and current White House speechwriter.

Photos by Jonathan Williams / WWU

On Friday, May 13, Student Outreach Services at Western Washington University held the 18th-annual Women of Color Empowerment Dinner and Silent Auction.

The dinner is designed to encourage women of diverse backgrounds to become leaders in the community. Through communication of the…

The results of the Western Washington University 2014-15 employment survey indicate continuing improvement in the job market for recent graduates, especially in terms of field-related hiring.

Western bachelor’s degree recipients reported the largest gains. Ninety-one percent…

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