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Viks hoist the national championship trophy

The Western Washington University women's soccer team won its second NCAA Division II National Championship with a 2-1 victory over West Chester University in front of a sold-out crowd of 1,013 mainly WWU fans at Interbay Stadium.

Man wearing a toadstool hat

Did you dress up yesterday? Take a look at the photo gallery below and see if you find yourself or one of your friends, and great work on the costumes, Viks!

Students observe 360 views of the Cascades after hiking up Tamarack Peak.

WWU students enrolled in the Salish Sea Biodiversity, Culture, and Conservation course started class Tuesday, Aug. 9, with high spirits and a much heavier pack than most imagined as they set off on a week-long hike through the North Cascades.

A student sits on the Swing in the Clouds, looking over Quito, Ecuador.

Twenty one students, four faculty members and two staff have set off for Ecuador for a study abroad program with WWU’s Honors College this summer in Ecuador. The course focus is split between two main areas: a Humanities-focused exploration of the culture, history, and literature of Ecuador led by Professor of Modern and Classical Languages Amy Carbajal, and a Geology focus led by Honors College Director and Professor of Geology Scott Linneman.

An art student pins her work on a board

Western Washington University Visual Journalism students and Office of University Communications interns Justin Hecht and Lucas Bohanon will document the student experience and life on campus this spring in this photoblog. Check back every weekday for new images!

Western Washington University Visual Journalism student and Office of University Communications intern Sela Marino will document the student experience and life on campus this fall in this photoblog. Check back every day for new images!

Western's Board of Trustees, along with President Sabah Randhawa, the university's provost, vice presidents, and university staff, took a tour of campus facilities yesterday in preparation for the coming school year. They were given informational tours of the new Alma Clark Glass residence hall, which will be open for new students at move-in in September; the WWU Steam Plant; the Interdisciplinary Science Building on south campus, which is under construction; and new campus lab spaces.

Western Washington University Visual Journalism student and Office of University Communications intern Max Gleiberman will document the student experience and life on campus this winter in this photoblog. Check back every day for new images.

WWU Visual Journalism student and Office of University Communications intern Jordan Shepherd will document the the student experience and life on campus this winter in this photoblog. Check back every day for new images!

Images from the Great Pumpkin Hunt, social media costume contests, and more! We will add more as they come in; send us your spooky Halloween images at news@wwu.edu, and see tons more on our Flickr site, here!