James Loucky

Nominations are being accepted through July 22 for the Philip E. Sharpe Community Engagement Award.

Named in honor of former Board of Trustee member and active community volunteer Phil Sharpe, this recognition is given to a Western employee (or group of Western employees) for going…

Western Washington University prides itself on service to others. Whether it be to students, each other or frequent guests to campus, Western is a place where giving of self truly matters.

And we all know someone we work with who is a pillar of the volunteer community and is worthy of…

The 14th annual Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival opened at The Pickford Film Center Thursday and continues at multiple venues in Whatcom County through March 1, with multiple showings taking place at Fairhaven College Auditorium at the Western Washington University campus.

The…

A handful of folks old enough to remember the assassination of President John F. Kennedy will share their thoughts with students and community members at a special gathering on the 50th anniversary of the assassination on Friday, Nov. 22.

The event, which is being put on by the Department…

Since the Sustainability Academy formed in 2009 at Western Washington University, much has changed. The campus now has a course offering in sustainability literacy that introduces first- and second-year students to the multidisciplinary aspects of systems and integrative thinking. In addition,…

A painting by famed Cuban artist Salvador Gonzalez Escalona now hangs in Wilson Library, the gift of English professor Rosanne Kanhai in honor of her late husband, Paul Goslow. Goslow, a Western alumnus, purchased the painting in 2004 when he accompanied Kanhai and a group of WWU students…

With the completion of three water bottle refilling stations -- one on the second floor of Old Main, one on the first floor of Arntzen Hall and one in the Wade King Student Recreation Center -- Western Washington University’s Green Energy Fee Grant Program has completed the first of a…

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