The 4th Avenue Arts Corridor in downtown Edmonds has the potential to become a year-round hub of cultural events and festivities that highlight the Edmonds arts community, according to a plan created by public relations students at Western Washington University.
The city is working to promote planning and development for a three- to four-block arts/culture corridor along 4th Ave. N., just off Main Street, which links to Edmonds Center for the Arts to the north. The students proposed a series of seasonal events and festivities on 4th Avenue North under the theme of “Art for Everyone.”
Story features WWU's Steven Globerman.
According to the U.S. Department of Education, WSU’s six-year graduation rate is 66 percent. That’s above the national average of 42 percent but lower than some other public universities in Washington, including the University of Washington Seattle (83 percent) and Western Washington University (70 percent).
Western Washington University senior guard Taylor Peacocke scored a career-high 41 points, one off the school record, to lead the No. 17 Vikings to a 84-72 victory over No. 21 Simon Fraser Tuesday evening in Great Northwest Athletic Conference action at West Gym.
The Vikings (14-3, 8-1) extended their winning streak to 8 consecutive games while gaining sole possession of second place in the GNAC. Simon Fraser had their 8-game winning streak snapped to fall to 16-3 overall and 7-2 in league play. It was the Clan’s first home loss of the season after opening the season 7-0 in Burnaby.
You can take advantage of free counseling at Western Washington University.
Grad students in Western’s Psychology Department are the counselors.
By Don Alper, emeritus professor at WWU
Western Washington University faculty members Sharon Shewmake, Reid Dorsey-Palmateer and Phil Thompson have secured a two-year, $309,304 grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to study the impact of energy efficiency on local housing prices.
A former college student who allegedly wrote "let's lynch her" on a social media post about a student leader at Western Washington University will spend six months on probation.
Four-year colleges and universities were too far away for a practical commute from Silverdale. She spoke with her teacher friends who urged her to look into a unique teacher education program from Western Washington University’s Woodring College of Education, which was based in Bremerton and located on the campus of Olympic Community College. She met with Michael White, the program coordinator, who explained that to be eligible for this program, she must have an associate of arts degree or the equivalent.
White helped her chart out a course that would earn her an associate of arts degree at Olympic College in approximately 18 months, in time to join a cohort of students like herself, who would begin Western’s Elementary Education Program.
Nicole's journey to running MODHomeceramics out of her West Seattle home started more than 20 years ago after graduating from Western Washington University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
"I thought 'Okay, I'm going to build a studio.' But then I was like, ''Oh, I have to get a job to pay for my supplies and tools!'"
Pepper worked in several galleries, restaurants, and started a family before everything finally fell into place.