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Campus tour: Environmental Studies Building

  • Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
  • The geology displays were constructed and are maintained by George Mustoe.
Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    The geology displays were constructed and are maintained by George Mustoe. Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
  • Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern
    Photo by Michael Leese | WWU intern

The Environmental Studies Building at Western Washington University houses Huxley College of the Environment and the Geology Department. Let's take a look inside. Photos by Michael Leese | WWU intern

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 - 9:56am

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